1. What are the training principles used for?
The training principles are key concepts to use in training programs.
Without the knowledge of these training principles (SRA, Overload,
Specificity, Variation, Fatigue Management, Phase
Glycemic Index (GI)
What is the glycemic index?
A scale that ranks
carbohydrates by how much
they raise blood glucose
levels compared to a
Glycemic Index (GI): Ranking
Factors Influencing GI Ranking
N FA L L
WHAT ARE THE MACROS
Other than alcohol (the intake of which
those with body composition goals
should be minimizing), all
calories in the diet come from only three
Ergogenic Aids - Dietary Supplements
Any substance taken to enhance athletic
These substances include dietary
supplements which may be legal or illegal.
Products intended to supplement the diet
Nutrition Exam 2 Review:
1. Nutrient Timing can be broken down into what two subdivisions?
a. Meal frequency
b. Timing in relation to activity
2. What is needed to support muscle growth and potentially decrease muscle loss?
a. Amino acids
AND WHAT THEY
Nutrition Fall 2016
5 Dieting Principles
With diet design, there are 5 main dieting
principles that we can rank from most
important to least important. They are, in
Deciphering Labels-part l
Purpose of Product Labeling
Intended Purpose Inform consumer
Manufacturers Purpose Make a sale!
Label info reliability: good! Regulated by:
Food and Drug Admin. (FDA)
US Dept. of Agriculture (USDA)
% Daily Valu
Nutrition Fall 2016
In its most general sense, nutrient timing
asks the question of WHEN to take in
nutrients on any given day. This general
definition can be broken down into two
Nutrition Exam #1 Review
-What are the 5 main dieting principles that we can rank from most important to least important.
-What is calorie balance?
-Define, Negative, Positive and Neutral balance
-Name and define the different caloric st
1. Please briefly describe a muscle contraction.
Action potential from CNS to a motor neuron
Release of ACh from axon of the motor neuron
ACh binds with receptors on the border of the muscle cell
Influx of primarily Na+ (and K+) =
Out of Class HW
390 1:40 Class
1. What did you learn from this review article that you did not previously
We use strength capabilities for most sports and strength in relation to body mass
more for running and cycling. And that we encou
390 Quiz #1
1. Please briefly describe the 3 cardinal and 3 diagonal planes of motion.
1. The 3 cardinal planes of motion are Sagittal, Front and Transverse.
Sagittal is the vertical plan that divides the body into left/right parts.
vast majority of supplements probably have no measurable
effect on body composition
Some supplements have fewer than 5 or 10 studies exploring
their effects, simply are not recommend.
The research volume (number of total