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Fast vs Slow How good are you?
SLOW Fibers = Endurance FAST Fibers = Expolsive
Meat 1. Light meat versus dark meat?
Contractions 2. Powerful contractions versus steady contractions.
Respiration 3. Anaerobic versus Aerobic
Mitochondria 4. Lots versus little.
Fluid 5. Less blood supply versus highly vascular.
Energy 6. Use Glycogen versus use fat.
Review SLOW –Dark meat –Endurance –Steady –Aerobic –Lots of mito. –More vascular –Use Fat FAST –White meat –Explosive –Powerful Burts –Anaerobic –Little Mito. –Less Blood –Use Glycogen
ANAEROBIC Bursts of intense contractions (Hypertrophy) Fatigue easily *Train by increasing intensity, decreasing reps.
Aerobic Anaerobic threshold: If muscle demands stay below supply needs, will stay aerobic. If increased need, shift to anaerobic. *Train increase reps, decrease intensity.
Chapter 7 Lesson 3 & 4. Lesson 3 Influences on Cardiorespiratory Endurance How is cardiorespiratory endurance measured? Maximal oxygen consumption or.
CHRONIC ADAPTATIONS TO TRAINING Week 8. What you need to know… Cardiovascular adaptations to aerobic training Respiratory adaptations to aerobic training.
An Energy Systems Primer Midwest Performance Enhancement Seminar 2011.
P3/4 M2- Know the Long term effects of exercise on the body systems.
Energy systems Energy for muscular contraction during exercise comes from the splitting of a high energy compound (ATP). 3 systems – adenosine triphospate.
Different types of exercise can help you evaluate and improve the various elements of fitness.
Year 12 Physical Education PHYSIOLOGICAL REQUIREMENTS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY Foods Fuel and Energy Systems AREA OF STUDY 2.
Standard Grade P.E ENDURANCE. Q.What is endurance? A. Having endurance enables you to repeatedly perform a skill, or take part in an activity for a long.
Energy Systems Adaptations to Training Energy systems: increased aerobic and anaerobic enzymes; increased use of fats as an energy source.
Muscular Strength Muscular Endurance & Training Principles.
Muscle Fitness Basics Muscular endurance –Muscles can work for long periods before becoming fatigued. –This happens because the energy systems of your.
What is speed and how could you improve it by training?
Cellular Respiration Process whereby cells breakdown glucose and other food molecules to release energy.
Concepts of Physical Fitness & Concepts of Fitness and Wellness Need for Muscular Fitness n Avoiding back problems n Reducing risks of injury n Reducing.
Who am I? Graduate of Miami University, B.S. Exercise Science Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Interned with the Strength and Conditioning.
Performance Training: The essentials of conditioning.
AS Level - Week 5 Theory Module 1 The Principles of Training.
Chronic Adaptations to Training. Assumed knowledge Detailed understanding of the respiratory and circulatory systems. A thorough understanding of energy.
Energy Transfer During Exercise McArdle, Katch, & Katch Chapter 6.
Training Effect – the bodys ability to respond and adapt to exercise by becoming stronger, bigger, more flexible.
By: Matt Fleekop. Perform a needs analysis Acute program variables SAID Principal.
Athletes are like race cars. They dont run their best on cheap gas or an empty tank.
Nutrition and Fitness. Nutrition 100 Vocabulary True or FalseDietingExercise
W. McConnell 2004 Kinross High School The Body In Action (D) CHANGING LEVELS OF PERFORMANCE.
Exercise: A way of life (ch 15) M. Overman Fall 2005.
Muscular Tissue Part 2: Support & Movement. Common Traits Proteins Needed: Actin Myosin Four Essential Ions Needed: Calcium Sodium Chloride Potassium.
Cardiorespiratory Adaptations to Training. Cardiovascular Adaptations From Aerobic Training u Increased cardiorespiratory endurance u Increased muscular.
Long term responses of exercise on the cardiovascular system Cardiovascular system: cardiac hypertrophy; increase in stroke volume; increase in cardiac.
Multi Joint vs Single Joint Exercises that are considered multi joint should be done before single joint small muscle exercises. If you work triceps before.
Diet, Work, Rest Learning Objectives Explain the importance of timing when you eat in competition Understand specific diets for specific sports Develop.
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