Chapter 9-10 Review
Define Muscular Strength, Power and Endurance
muscular strength: the maximal force a muscle group can generate; measure by 1 rep
Power: the rate of performing work; Power = force x distance / time; best measure of
REVIEW FOR EXAM 4
Chapters 14,15,20 5th edition
What are symptoms of overtraining?
Unexplained decrease in performance
Increase in resting and submaximal HR, increase in VO2, increase BP
changes in mental status/ability to concentrate (similar to depre
Review for Exam 3
Define convection, conduction, radiation, evaporation.
Convection: moving heat from one place to another by the motion of gas or liquid across a heated surface
Conduction: the transfer of heat from one solid material to
Know how large is the heart and where is it located?
Size: approximately the size of their fist
Location: 2/3 lies to the left of the midline of the sternum; Attached to the diaphragm,
sternum and vertebral column
Top part of heart : 2nd inter
Chapter 1 SLIDES
Different types of muscle and their characteristics
Controls itself with help from the autonomic nervous and endocrine systems
(shares some characteristics of skeletal muscle - striated)
Located only in the heart
Chapter 20 Review Points
Who needs medical clearance?
Men over the age of 45
Women over the age of 55
Individuals with high risk and or known signs/symptoms of cardiovascular conditions
What is the purpose of a graded exercise test?
To find out if the
Chapter 15 Review Points
What are the characteristics of an ectomorph, mesomorph and endomorph body build and
which sports are most suited for each body build?
Ectomorph tend to be linear, shoulders and waist are about the same width; best for long
Chapter 4 (END Of Chapter 2 Power Point)
What hormones regulate CHO metabolism?
- Insulin and glucagon
What are the first hormones to activate Fat metabolism? What hormone increases
lipolysis 30-45 minutes after the start of an exercise bout?
Chapter 2 Review Points
What are the four factors that determine fuel utilization?
2. duration (longer more fuel utilized)
3. fitness status (more trained use more fats)
4. diet (needs to promote storage of glycogen)
What is energy used for?
Chapter 1 Muscle
What is the difference between a cross sectional and longitudinal study design?
Cross sectional: collects data from a diverse population and compares groups in that population
Longitudinal: tests the same subjects and compares results ove
The slow component of oxygen uptake is likely due to the recruitment of less efficient type II fibers.
It occurs after the lactate threshold
VO2 drift occurs
Number 27 was B
A sprinter competes in the 200 m event and 15 minutes later the 100 meters. They