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Quiz 12 - during a 20 minute workout in the heat? Cardiac...

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Individual sweating rates are depedent on: Environmental conditions Trainingstate Hydration status Age Body compostion Novice king crab fisherman in the gulf of Alaska during January experience more rapid fatugye in their hands and arms than their more experiences co-workers because cold accomadation causes Increased central BV Increased glycogen use Increased non-shivering thermogenesis Heat loss is 25 times faster in water than air The effects of acclimization to heat on the body include More rapid onset of sweating Higher sweating rate Decreased heart rate What is the primary/major reason for the above normal heart rate which is seen
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Unformatted text preview: during a 20 minute workout in the heat? Cardiac output need to increase so that the cardiovascular system could maintain the needed VO2 as well as pump blood to the periphery to help cool the body The priniciple means of heat loss during swimming exercise is via convection A fairly easy way to determine if someone someone has completely rehydrated after work in the heat is to check urine color Body thermostat is located in the hypothalymus A major chane seen in the body following heat acclimization is increased sweating The major chane seen in the body following cold acclimization is increased non-shivering thermogensis...
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This note was uploaded on 05/12/2011 for the course KIN 3515 taught by Professor Nelson during the Spring '09 term at LSU.

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