Nueromuscular - ATP! Type II A /...

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KNH 337 Neuromuscular System and  Performance Enhancement
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Muscular Anatomy Fibers (cells)- A muscle cell, produces force/strength.  Myofibrils Actin and Myosin-  Where force is generated.       Sarcomere-  Smallest functional level of muscle. Hyperplasia – adding new muscle cells.  Concentric-  Pulling muscles together. 
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Sliding Filament Theory Step 1- Nervous signal Step 2- Release of calcium from the sarcoplasm reticulum Step 3- Myosin combines to actin Step 4- Myosin throws actin  Step 5-  Video
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Nerve Anatomy Motor Unit Parts All or None Principle
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Fiber Types / Contraction  Speeds / Force Production Type I / Slow twitch / Slow-Oxidative (SO) – how quick it can  contract. Don’t hypertrophy as well or quick.  Limited in strength  and power. High density of mitochondria and myoglobin.  The most 
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Unformatted text preview: ATP! Type II A / Fast-Oxidative-Glycolitic(FOG) B / Fast-Glycolitic (FG) Bigger, increase in strength and power, faster contraction speed. Low resistance in fatigue. Hypertrophy quicker. Adaptations to Training Initial improvement in strength Skill development Strength and Power Greasing the Groove Get stronger during the off season. Try to maintain strength during the season. Will not get stronger during the season. Training Ranges for Desired Effect Endurance, Strength, Strength / Power Sets Reps Intensity Rest Periods Periodization Importance for Performance Enhancement How do we use this to maximize athletes potential?...
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