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Unformatted text preview: Part 10: Aerobic and Anaerobic Training • What are the 6 cardiovascular adaptations to training discussed in chapter 10? • What is the underlying change(s) responsible for each adaptation? How would you chart and recognize the differences in cardiovascular adaptations between trained and untrained individuals? • What are the respiratory adaptations to aerobic training? • What are the adaptations in muscle to aerobic training? • What are the metabolic adaptations to aerobic training? Part 10: Aerobic and Anaerobic Training Aerobic (endurance) training • Improved central and peripheral blood flow • Enhances the capacity of muscle fibers to generate ATP Anaerobic training • Increased short-term, high-intensity endurance capacity • Increased anaerobic metabolic function • Increased tolerance for acid–base imbalances during highly intense effort Adaptations to Endurance Training Adaptations to Aerobic Training • Cardiovascular Adaptations • Respiratory Adaptations • Adaptations in Muscle • Metabolic Adaptations Adaptations to Endurance Training Adaptations to Aerobic Training • Anaerobic power and anaerobic capacity • Adaptations in muscle • Adaptations in energy systems Endurance Muscular endurance: the ability of a single muscle or muscle group to sustain high-intensity repetitive or static exercise Cardiorespiratory endurance: the entire body’s ability to sustain prolonged, dynamic exercise using large muscle groups Evaluating Cardiorespiratory Endurance Best measurement for maximal respiratory endurance VO 2max • Highest rate of oxygen consumption attainable during maximal exercise • VO 2max can be increased by 10-15% with 20 weeks of endurance training ....
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2011 for the course BIO 117 taught by Professor Manzon during the Spring '11 term at Moraine Valley Community College.
- Spring '11