SPH K409 - Basic Physiology of Exercise
LAB REPORT QUESTIONS 6
Blood Pressure (16 points)
Kennedy King
INSTRUCTION: The lab report is due ONLINE at the beginning of our next lab (Lab 7) meeting
time. Upload both this completed lab report (including calcul
SPH K409 - Basic Physiology of Exercise
LAB REPORT QUESTIONS 2
Anaerobic Power & Capacity
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report (including calculations and figures) and the
SPH K409 - Basic Physiology of Exercise
LAB REPORT QUESTIONS 7
Resting & Residual Lung Volumes
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Word to show mathematical calculations. You may u
SPH K409 - Basic Physiology of Exercise
LAB REPORT QUESTIONS 4
Exercise Ventilation and Lactate Measurements
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report (including calculations an
SPH K409 - Basic Physiology of Exercise
LAB REPORT QUESTIONS 6
Blood Pressure
INSTRUCTION: The lab report is due at the beginning of our next lab meeting time. You may use any computer
software to create graphs. We encourage you to work together with your
SPH K409 - Basic Physiology of Exercise
LAB REPORT QUESTIONS 5
Resting Metabolic Rate and Maximal Oxygen Consumption
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SPH K409 - Basic Physiology of Exercise
LAB REPORT QUESTIONS 3
Predicted
O 2 max
V
INSTRUCTION: The lab report is due at the beginning of our next lab meeting time. You may write mathematical
calculations by hand (although hand-written calculations will
SPH K409 Basic Physiology of Exercise
LAB REPORT QUESTIONS 1
Introduction / Muscular Strength
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completed lab report (including calculations and figur
K409 R. Chapman Energy Expenditure and Measurement
Energy Expenditure and Measurement
Often, it is important or desirable to measure how much energy (i.e. how many calories)
an individual expends during an exercise bout. (Are the calories burned on exerci
K409 R. Chapman Energy Systems
Energy Systems
Energy forms
-Carbohydrate (CHO) The primary fuel used by the body during exercise
Stored in the body in 3 places (as glucose or glycogen):
1. Liver
2. Skeletal (&cardiac) Muscle
3. Blood
1g of CHO = approx 4
K409 R. Chapman Skeletal muscle
K409 Lecture outline - Skeletal Muscle
Muscle Fiber Type
Not all muscle fibers are alike either in action or gross structure
Skeletal muscle contains two major fiber types slow twitch (ST), and fast twitch (FT)
These design
K409 - Homework #2
Use the questions located in the Homework folder in the Files section on Canvas to determine your answers in advance.
Answers must be submitted via Canvas Quizzes by 11:15am on W 2/1. 10 questions total.
Question 1 1 pts
Mary has an abs
SPH K409 - Basic Physiology of Exercise
Prep questions for Lab 3 Predicted VO2max
(5 points)
INSTRUCTION: This assignment is designed to prepare you for lab 3. It is due ONLINE at the beginning
of our next lab (Lab 3) meeting time. Upload this completed a
Darby Foresman
Fieldnotes
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Sunsets
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Mason Deterding I Astronomy A-107
Project Overview
Initial Thoughts/Questions
I was inspired through this project to be able to see what the different sunsets are like from the same spot every
evening and be able to see if there wou