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3 metabolic pathways figure that shows the track performance, relationship bw time and intensity. All out performance. Less than 30 sec, immediate source of energy majority – anaerobic, glycolysis metabolism, atp use (ADP also) storage calories 3 metabolic pathways ATP, anaerobic, aerobic Chapter 2, 5-8. 2 pencil, simple calculator glycolysis flucose formula c6h12o6 4htp, 2 net nad co enzyme, lactic dehydrogynous ndh. End product pyruvate Fuel – glucose ATP – 2 gross, 2 net Enzymes – NAD – hydrogen transport, from glycolytic to aerobic LDH – 2 directions, lots of oxygen, krebs cycle, aerobic Not oxygen, LAD pyruvate, nad2h lactic acid, enzyme ndh Function of ndh, role of pyruvate Aerobic- krebs cycle + cytochrome system Mitochondria Fuels – pyruvate, AA, FFA Amino acid, free fat acid End products – pyr + FFA -> Co2, H2o, E Completely metabolized, carbon dioxide, water, energy AA -> same + urea ATPs – CHO = 36 FFA = 130 ATP Fat 3.5 more ATP, but requires more oxygen from fat than carbohydrate RQ – VCO2/VO2 Carbon dioxide consumed. .70 – fat. 1.00 – carbs. .85 – 50/50
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2011 for the course EXSC 205Lxg taught by Professor Girandola during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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