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Unformatted text preview: 1 Copyright 2011 American Col ege of Sports Medicine Exercise Physiology Exercise Physiology Chapter 3 What is Exercise Physiology? What is Exercise Physiology? Study of the functional and physiologic responses and adaptations that occur during and following physical activity and exercise Copyright 2011 American Col ege of Sports Medicine Concerned with how the systems individually and collectively respond to acute and chronic bouts of physical activity and exercise Development of Exercise Physiology Development of Exercise Physiology APS founded in 1887 Copyright 2011 American Col ege of Sports Medicine 2 Exercise Physiology - Acute Responses Exercise Physiology - Acute Responses Changes in the systems of the body that occur in response to a single bout of physical activity or exercise Systems of the body control the bodys internal Copyright 2011 American Col ege of Sports Medicine environment and response to increased challenges to homeostasis Exercise Physiology - Acute Responses Exercise Physiology - Acute Responses Copyright 2011 American Col ege of Sports Medicine Exercise Physiology Chronic Adaptations Exercise Physiology Chronic Adaptations Changes in the systems of the body that occur in response to repeated regular physical activity and exercise Copyright 2011 American Col ege of Sports Medicine Chronic adaptations to exercise improve functions of the body while at rest and during exercise 3 Exercise Physiology Chronic Adaptations Exercise Physiology Chronic Adaptations Copyright 2011 American Col ege of Sports Medicine Areas of study in Exercise Physiology Areas of study in Exercise Physiology Maximal aerobic capacity Anthropometry and body composition Factors controlling substrate metabolism Copyright 2011 American Col ege of Sports Medicine Glucose uptake Skeletal muscle physiology Cardiovascular physiology Energy expenditure Energy balance and weight control Environmental physiology Areas of study in Exercise Physiology Areas of study in Exercise Physiology Training Impact on Maximal Aerobic Capacity Copyright 2011 American Col ege of Sports Medicine Concept and Measurement of VO 2 max 4 VO 2 max: Defined VO 2 max: Defined "Maximum oxygen uptake (VO 2 max ) is the highest rate at which oxygen can be taken up and utilized by the body during severe Copyright 2011 American Col ege of Sports Medicine exercise" Demonstration of VO Demonstration of VO 2 max max Demonstration of VO Demonstration of VO 2 max max 5 Application of VO 2 max Application of VO 2 max 1) Indicative of cardiorespiratory fitness 2) Used to demonstrate training effect Copyright 2011 American Col ege of Sports Medicine...
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