HOW DO WE GET ENERGY FOR
Food Intake (Calories)
(ATP) for Movement
ATP Stores are VERY LIMITED! Thus you need to
constantly make new ATP
What is ATP?
What is the pathway of air into/out of your
Pulmonary Ventilation: act of bringing air into
and out of your lungs.
Two points of entry/exit
What is the difference between these two
passages other than their ana
Exercise with Aging
DONT GET OLD!
Aging Results in the Loss of Muscle
Even though the leg cross sectional area is
the same, the aged individual clearly has
less muscle mass than th
Consists of Heart, Vasculature, and Blood
Delivers oxygen and nutrients to working tissues
Removal of CO2 and other waste material from
Below is a guide to help you during your studies. Though this guide may help you,
remember that all of the material covered during the fatigue, ergogenic aids,
endocrine, and exercise aging & disease lectures will be fair game for the exam.
Please let me
Some more Deer Antler Spray
Today, we are going to give you
more knowledge that can be used to
counter more the broscience that
exists in the exercise world
Energy Expenditure and Weight Management:
No Change in
Endocrine System and
What is the Endocrine System?
A system that controls or modifies processes within tissues of the
Involves the release of a substance (hormones) which exert their function on
a target cell
How does a Hormone Function?
How is Muscle Force Generated?
Force enables you to do
Work = Force x Distance
(To lift the Box)
(How far the Box
ORDER OF EVENTS LEADING TO
General inability to maintain performance (i.e. running speed, force production)
despite effort to maintain or increase performance
Fatigue can be overcome with rest and recovery
Fatigue is specific to the event
40 meter sprin
Supplementation is used to sustain prolonged
high exercise intensity of exercise
Normal ATP-PCR System
ATP-PCR System after Supplementation
Normal Exhaustion of the ATP-PCr System
FSC School of Education
Standards-Based Lesson Plan 2016-2017
Name: Peter Klomp
Total Length of Lesson: 3 class periods
Course Number/Title:Edu 4454
Grade Level: 4th Grade
Subject Area/Concept of Lesson:
Lets talk about painting
Total number of students:2
APK 4110C Exam 3 Study Guide
Pulmonary Ventilation: air in & out of the lungs.
Two Entry/Exit Points for Air
1. Nose moistens, warms, and filters air
2. Mouth larger surface area for more air
Path of Air
APK 4110C Exercise Physiology Bioenergetics
Bioenergetics the study of the transformation of energy.
Flow of energy in a biological system.
Bodys ability to acquire, convert, store, and utilize energy.
o Carbohydrates + Protein + Fat = ENERGY.
APK 4110C Exercise Physiology
Three Components of the Cardiovascular System
Six Purposes of the Cardiovascular System
1. Deliver oxygen and nutrients
2. Remove CO2 and waste
3. Transport Hormones
PET3371: Strength and Conditioning Concepts
Lecture 2: Biomechanics of Resistance Exercise
Biomechanics mechanisms through which components interact to create movement.
Agonist/ Prime Mover muscle most directly involved with bringing movement.
Exercise Physiology Exam #2
1. What is the relationship between energy intake and energy expenditure in relationship
to weight management?
If your intake of energy is larger than energy expenditure, you gain weight.
If your intake of energy is equal to yo
APK 4410C Exercise Physiology
Energy Expenditure and Weight Management
Energy In vs. Energy Out
Measuring Energy Expenditure
40% of energy is given off during glucose brea
PET3371: Strength and Conditioning Concepts
Lecture 3: Bioenergetics of Exercise and Training
Bioenergetics flow of energy in a biological system. Macronutrients -> ATP
Catabolism breakdown of large molecules into smaller ones, releasing energy.
PET 3771 Strength and Conditioning Concepts
Chapter 1: Structure and Function of Body Systems
Function: leverage, support, protection.
Pulls on muscles to push and pull external objects.
Exam 3 and Final Exam are online and wont have class.
KNOW THIS FOR EXAM: Latissimus Dorsi
Three Origins of the Latissimus Dorsi
1. T-7 to L-5
2. Iliac Crest
3. T-9 to T- 12 Ribs
Insertion of Latissimus Dorsi Humerus
KNOW THIS FOR EXAM:
SA node mainly controls heart rate, SA node goes faster and faster and voltage is raised
to exit. Threshold, depol.= the period after a pump, the slower means the slower the
heart rate the faster means heart rate is faster.
Heart Fx: LV measures shcroke
What is Exercise Physiology?
Exercise Physiology is the identification of physiological mechanisms underlying
physical activity, the comprehensive delivery of treatment services concerned with the
analysis, improvement, and maintenance of health and fitne
Week 9 Ex. Physio Notes
Water is a major byproduct of heat
Why do we breathe when we do static exercises?
To make sure we do not have a high blood pressure such as 480/350
Baroreceptors measure blood pressure
Golgi tendons and muscle spindles
Proteins are the only nitrogen-containing macronutrient
~50,000 different protein-containing compounds exist in the body
65% of them are in skeletal muscle
Average-sized adult body contains 10-12kg of prote
Fluids and Hydration
Elimination (urine/ feces)
Average adult consumes 1200 mL (40 oz) of liquids each day
On any given day, we lose about 250-350 mL as water continuously
seeps through t
Fuel for Exercising
The capacity of a physical system to
How does the body gain its ability to do
The special carrier for free energy
Energy-Transforming Activities of
Summary of Previous Dietary Habits
Lipids (fats) are the bodys default food source. Contrary to popular belief, eating
fat may actually help us manage fat! My previous dietary habits include meeting fat goal
and most times
Create a written description of whats happening to this patient?
What would you recommend next for this patient?
Create an Exercise Prescription for each case
A: A 24 year old recent college graduate comes to you to improve her
APK Assignment 2
The most interesting thing about the neurological system is the central
nervous system and how everything works so cohesively together, each in their
respective regions. The four major regions of the brain consist of the cere
Resistance Training and Gains
in Muscular Fitness
Muscle is very plastic,
increasing in size and
strength with training
and decreasing with