5a_Chapter+4_Exercise_Metabolism_SV_V2

5a_Chapter+4_Exercise_Metabolism_SV_V2 - Energy Expenditure...

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8/21/11 1 1 Energy Expenditure and Fatigue Chapter 4 2 The metabolic responses at the beginning of exercise: The transition from rest to exercise.
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8/21/11 2 3 O 2 Deficit 4 O 2 Deficit • Theoretical amount of O 2 needed to meet ATP requirements aerobically… • Represents energy supplied _____________.
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8/21/11 3 5 Upon the initiation of exercise… The energy requirement for a given bout of exercise can NOT be met entirely by aerobic means because… 1. ________________________________________ __________________________________ Not enough O 2 is available to accept electrons at the end of the ETC. 2. _______________________________________ To activate aerobic enzymes, what metabolic signals are needed? An accumulation of ADP, Pi, H + 6 Who has a smaller O 2 deficit?
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4 Review • Define oxygen deficit in your own words. • Define steady-state exercise in your own words. • How long does it take someone to reach steady-state? • Who reaches steady-state sooner: an
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2012 for the course ESS 3317 taught by Professor Abel during the Spring '12 term at Texas State.

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5a_Chapter+4_Exercise_Metabolism_SV_V2 - Energy Expenditure...

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