Chapter 07 Exercise Phys.ed

Chapter 07 Exercise Phys.ed - Measuring and Evaluating Human

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    Measuring and Evaluating  Human Energy-Generating  Capacities During Exercise  Chapter 7
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    Objectives Compare and contrast the concepts of  measurement, evaluation, and prediction Explain specificity and generality as they  apply to exercise performance and  physiologic function  Describe procedures to administer two  practical “field tests” to evaluate power output  capacity of the intramuscular high-energy  phosphates (immediate energy system)
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    Objectives (cont’d) Describe a commonly used test to evaluate  the power output capacity of glycolysis (short- term energy system) Understand differences between direct and  indirect calorimetry  Understand differences between open- and  closed-circuit spirometry 
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    Objectives (cont’d) Describe different systems used in open- circuit spirometry  Define the term respiratory quotient (RQ),  including its use and importance  Explain factors that influence the RQ and  respiratory exchange ratio 
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    Objectives (cont’d) Define maximal oxygen uptake (       ), including  its physiologic significance  Define graded exercise stress test  List criteria that indicate when a person reaches  “true” maximal oxygen uptake   and   peak oxygen  uptake during a graded exercise test  2max O V
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    Objectives (cont’d) Outline three commonly used treadmill  protocols to assess  Explain how each of the following affect          :                          (1) mode of exercise, (2) heredity,  (3) state of training, (4) gender, (5) body  composition, and (6) age Describe procedures to administer a  submaximal walking “field test” to predict  2max O V 2max O V 2max O V
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    Objectives (cont’d) Outline the procedure for administering a step  test to predict  List three assumptions when predicting        from  submaximal exercise heart rate  2max O V 2max O V
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    Generality = overlap Specificity = non-overlap
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    Generality of Training
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Chapter 07 Exercise Phys.ed - Measuring and Evaluating Human

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