Bicarbonate loading enhances exercise performance via what mechanism?
-Increases the bodys ability to buffer acid
The primary negative consequence of bicarbonate loading is
-Osmotic Diarrhea
Mary is cycling in the laboratory at a workload of 100w, and you

HPER P409 - Basic Physiology of Exercise
Spring 2013
LAB REPORT QUESTIONS 5
Exercise Ventilation and Lactate Measurements
INSTRUCTION: The lab report is due at the beginning of Lab 5 meeting time (February 25-28). You may write
mathematical calculations b

HPER P409 - Basic Physiology of Exercise
Spring 2013
LAB REPORT QUESTIONS 7
Resting & Residual Lung Volumes
Jamel Hill
1. BTPS Correction Factor (BTPS CF). [2 points total]
(a)
i.
ii.
ATPS- ambient temperature and pressure, saturated; denoting a volume of

HPER P409 - Basic Physiology of Exercise
Spring 2013
LAB REPORT QUESTIONS 6
Blood Pressure
Jamel Hill
1. Resting Blood Pressure (Resting BP). [4 points total]
(a)
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
SBP- Systolic Blood Pressure, refers to the arterial pressure during the con

Coatley, BrieJea
P409 Lab
21 Jan 2013
Lab Report Questions 1
Introduction/Muscular Strength
INSTRUCTION: The lab report is due at the beginning of Lab 2 meeting time (January 2831). You may write
mathematical calculations by hand. However, the rest of the

HPER P409 - Basic Physiology of Exercise
Spring 2013
LAB REPORT QUESTIONS 3
Anaerobic Power & Capacity
INSTRUCTION: The lab report is due at the beginning of Lab 4 meeting time (February 4-7). You may write
mathematical calculations by hand. However, the

The rate of glycogen storage/synthesis within the muscle is highest
within 30min of completing an exercise bout
What is the primary physiological mechanism behind steroids that is beneficial for exercise
performance

HPER P409 - Basic Physiology of Exercise
Spring 2013
LAB REPORT QUESTIONS 3
Predicted
Jamel Hill
Lab 3
2/17/2013
1. Forestry Step Test
(a)
Using Table 13.2 and 13.3, determine the following quantities. Make sure you describe how you
obtained your values (