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Introduction 1 Welcome to KINS 3163 Exercise Physiology: Theory and Application Dr. Ganio HPER 308-T; 575-5309 msganio@uark.edu First & Last name (what I’m cal ing you) KINS 3163 E-mail Year in school Major (include concentration) 1. Career goals: 2. What you hope to get out of this class: Please fill out on an index card: How body structures and functions are changed by acute and chronic exercise r Health r Disease understanding/discovery r Exercise is Medicine! r (http://exerciseismedicine.org/) r Performance Exercise Physiology r What happens to the body from acute exercise r Homeostasis c Achieved by negative feedback
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Unformatted text preview: regulation Response Adaptation What happens to the body from chronic exercise (training) r Individuality not everyone responds the same way r Specificity identify desired goal and focus training r Disuse If you dont use it, you lose it! Basic Training Principles Introduction 2 Basic Training Principles r Progressive overload body will adapt, so stimulus must increase r Hard/easy Alternate high- and low-intensity workouts r Periodization Cycle specificity, intensity, and volume of training...
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