Cardio Vas System 1-25-11

Cardio Vas System 1-25-11 - Max What does this tell us?-...

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KNH 337 Cardiovascular System
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Anatomy of the CV system Heart- It is different than skeletal muscle tissue. A 4 chamber muscle. On the top left and right atrium and on the bottom left and right ventricles. +Know the 4 chambers and the blood flow and where it’s oxygenated and not oxygenated at. Vessels- Arteries- carry’s blood away from the heart. Oxygen rich. Veins- carry’s blood to the heart. Capillaries- allows for gas exchange.
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Anatomy of the Respiratory System Lungs- Alveoli- Smallest level in the lungs. Where the gas exchange happens. Capillari’s run through the alveoli.
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Physiology How do they work together? - What is their function? VO2- Volume of oxygen uptake. When exercise increases so does VO2.
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Unformatted text preview: Max What does this tell us?- Identifies who would be good for endurance activitys. Averages for different populations? -45=male 35= female Sports where this matters the most?- Endurance Athlete. Pathway of Blood Video Cardiorespiratory System and Performance Cardiac Output = (HR) * (SV) (heart rate) x (stroke volume). Adaptations to training- Increased What type of training? Adaptations to different training methods * 220- Age= average heart rate Aerobically training: long distance low intensity Lungs- the muscles around your lungs get stronger. Increase capillary density. Increases VO2 the best!!! An aerobically training: high intensity short time period....
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