Dealing with Injury

Dealing with Injury - of chemical reactions immediate...

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Dealing with Injury Prevention Warm-up by beginning activity slowly Flexibility work Recovery Active rest   movement maintains metabolism and encourages blood flow to the  injury Reduce offending stress, correct problems w/ equipment, reduce activity that  caused injury, try diff type of exercise that uses diff muscles, good nutrition Lifelong Exercise Commitment Any exercise program requires some degree of commitment in order to maintain  consistency  Find what works for you Purpose Find an activity that has another purpose besides fitness itself Recreation Exercise for fun Because they love it, they make time for it ENERGY FOR EXERCISE Fuel provided by nutrients 3 Macronutrients: Carbs, Fat, Protein   supply energy for exercise 3 Systems for converting these macronutrients into useful energy through series 
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Unformatted text preview: of chemical reactions immediate energy system- releases energy stored in creatine phosphate for rapid maximal muscle contraction of very short duration anaerobic glycoloysis- process that splits glucose into pyruvate and releases energy to ATP and NADH aerobic metabolism- series of processes that begins w/ conversion of pyruvate to acetyl CoA, proceeds to citric acid cycle, ends w/ electron transport chain; produces NADH, H+, FADH2, ATP, CO2, and water, it requires oxygen as final electron acceptor Energy balance is important positive means body is accumulating energy (weight gain), negative means bodys energy stores are being depleted (weight loss)...
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2012 for the course NUTR SCI 132 taught by Professor Anderson during the Fall '09 term at Wisconsin.

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