Chapter 1: Structure and Function of the Muscular, Neuromuscular, Cardiovascular, and Respiratory
Describe the macrostructure and micro-structure of muscle.
Describe the sliding-filament theory.
Describe the characteristics of d
Chapter 3: Endocrine Responses to Resistance Exercise
Understand basic concepts of endocrinology.
Explain the physiological roles of anabolic hormones.
Describe hormonal responses to resistance exercise.
Develop training programs that d
Chapter 2: Bioenergetics of Exercise and Training
Understand the terminology of bioenergetics and metabolism related to exercise and training.
Discuss the central role of ATP in muscular activity.
Explain the basic energy systems presen
EXSC 350 Study Guide Exam 3
Technology in Biomechanics
Direct visual observation: looking for qualitative kinetics and kinematics
Indirect visual observation : looking at changes in the environment caused by the performance
Aural sense: acoustic/a
Age- and Sex-Related Differences and Their Implications for Resistance Exercise
Evaluate evidence regarding the safety and effectiveness of resistance exercise for children.
Discuss sex-related differences in muscular functio
Chapter 5: Adaptations to Anaerobic Training Programs
Discuss ways in which force output of a muscle can be increased.
Discuss basic neural adaptations to anaerobic training.
Explain responses of bone, muscle, and connective tissue to a
Chapter 4: Biomechanics of Resistance Exercise
Identify the major bones and muscles of the
Differentiate among the types of levers of the musculoskeletal system.
Calculate linear and rotational work and power.
Describe the f
Exam 3 Study Guide
1) Does most voluntary human movement involve the rotation of a body part around an
imaginary axis of rotation that passes through the center of a joint?
2) What are the three imaginary cardinal planes of reference for bi
EXSC 101 Journal Article Write-up Instructions
When preparing a formal journal article write-up for research, it is important to use professional
grammar, terminology, and appropriate writing style to properly convey meaning to your reader (th
Running head: [SHORTENED TITLE UP TO 50 CHARACTERS]
[SHORTENED TITLE UP TO 50 CHAR
Exam 1 Study Guide
1) Why was the ACSM established?
Increased interest in health and exercise
Interest by U.S. military in physical fitness, training, and rehabilitation of soldiers post
Growth of sports medicine in the international aren
EXSC 101 Exam 2 Study Guide
1) What are the major responsibilities of an athletic trainer?
Illness/Injury prevention and wellness protection
Clinical evaluation and diagnosis
Immediate and emergency care
Treatment and rehabilitation
Final Journal Article Write-up- Group 5- EXSC 101-002
Abigail Marshall: Practical Application
HYPOHYDRATION: THE SEVERITY AND EFFECTS OF GOOD HYDRATION
Samuel Esposito-Title and Purpose and Abstract Formatted, Alexis Jones-Results, Abby
Career Assessment EXSC 101-002
Abigail C. Marshall
The work interest assessment accurately depicted my work interests, with social
out performing all the rest. This is accurate because occupationa
Five Ps of finding a career
Cast all of your cares on him, because he cares for you 1 Peter
o Pre disposition (Spiritual gifts
Now about spiritual gifts brothers, I don not want you to be
ignorant 1 Cor. 12:1
Neural Control of Voluntary Movement
CNS Central Nervous System 5 levels of control of voluntary movement
o Cerebral cortex
o Basal ganglia
o Brain stem
o Spinal cord Cerebral Cortex The initiation of voluntary movemen
The hip Joint and Pelvic Girdle
Hip joint (Femorallacetavular)
o Relatively stable due to
Joint design, ligaments, and muscles
o Functions in weight bearing and locomotion
Enhanced significantly by its wide range of motion
Ability to run
Goal omission: Improve or maintain quality of life physically and spiritually.
Number one factor determining heart disease = genetics/heredity
Coronary arteries 2-3 arteries
Physical FitnessThe ability to carry out daily activities withou
General Principles of Exercise Prescription
An introductions to the principles of Exercise Prescription
o Designed to meet individual health and physical fitness goals
o The principles of exercise prescription (ExRx) presented in this
Running head: EFFECTS OF PROLONGED SUBMAX TRAINING VS. S.I.T
Sprint Interval Training versus Sub-Maximal Endurance Training
and its Effect on Performance and Cardiorespiratory Fitness
EFFECTS OF PROLONGED SUBMAX TRAINING VS. S.I.T
Focusing on Customer Service
Top 3 reasons why customers stop doing business
o Poor Customer Service (68%)
o Dissatisfied with product (14%)
o Competitive Reasons (9%)
Identify your Customers
Internal Customers: All the people working in the s
Study Guide for EXSC 461- Exam #3
1. Know the benefits of being physically active.
2. Know ACSM recommendations for weekly physical activi
EXSC 340 Final Exam Study Guide
FMS: scoring criteria, deficiencies, correctives, injury prediction recommendations
Types of training: goals, muscle fibers/energy systems involved
EXSC 461 Notes
HFM: chapter 1
Recognizing the importance of leaders and managers
Human relations approach
o Want people to feel important (valued) satisfied with their job
Process (or administrative) approa
Extra credit decide what stage and how to get them to progress through the
The stages to keeping people motivated Chapter 2
The stages of motivational Readiness for change
Aka: Trastheoretical Model
Developed by Drs James Prochanska and carlo DiC
Functional Movement Screen
o FMS = 7 functional movement patterns
Exposes pain and/or dysfunction
o Asses mobility and stability
o NOT a training protocol or a competition
o Holistic, not isola
Which is not true of low-back pain?
Disk compression is one of a few common
The recurrence rate can be quite high if not
Affects just less than half of all adults
Most recover in 4 to 6 weeks
The Importance of Theories:
Theories provide a framework for understanding the process through which a complex behavior
changes and is sustained over time
How do exercise physiologists use theories?
To build a supportive social and