Ppt on aerobics classes

Aerobic Respiration and the Mitochondrion

in oxidative metabolism are carried out in glycolysis. Glycolysis produces pyruvate, NADH, and two molecules of ATP. Aerobic organisms use O2 to extract more than 30 additional ATPs from pyruvate and NADH. Pyruvate is transported across the/membrane-bound vesicles that contain oxidative enzymes. They oxidize very-long-chain fatty acids, and synthesize plasmalogens (a class of phospholipids). They form by splitting from preexisting organelles, import preformed proteins, and engage in oxidative metabolism. /


Program cost Furman Students, Faculty, Staff, and Dependents $55 for 15 week block of unlimited classes OR $20 per monthly block Community Members $65.

8 For more information please contact the Furman Fitness Center at 294-3581 CLASS DESCRIPTIONS AQUA POWER- This joint-friendly class provides aerobic exercise and resistance training in a comfortable water environment BODY FIT- Strengthen, reshape/Exercise link. For additional information Contact the Furman Fitness Center at 294-3581. CLASS DESCRIPTIONS AQUA POWER- This joint-friendly class provides aerobic exercise and resistance training in a comfortable water environment BODY FIT- Strengthen, reshape/


Accounting For Carbon Metabolism Efficiency in Anaerobic and Aerobic Conditions in Saccharomyces cerevisiae Kevin McKay, Laura Terada Department of Biology.

Usage Rates of Glucose Model #2: Breaking Up Yeast Growth Rate and Carbon Usage in Anaerobic and Aerobic Conditions Future considerations Saccharomyces cerevisiae Prefers Different Methods of Carbon Metabolism Under Varying Glucose Concentrations During high glucose/increasing ammonia concentration above 44 mM NH 4 + in the paper, while the original model we suggested in class proposes that carbon residual changes. Biomass and nitrogen were relatively accurate to the paper. Nitrogen Residual Carbon Residual/


KEY KNOWLEDGEKEY SKILLS  The characteristics of the two anaerobic (without oxygen) and aerobic (with oxygen) energy pathways.  The energy pathways used.

the dominant muscle fibre type linked to each pathway  Identify the effects intensity and duration have on the anaerobic and aerobic energy pathways and use of predominant energy source.  Participate in, analyse and report on class data linked to the anaerobic and aerobic pathways and associated exercise responses. © Cengage Learning Australia 2011 Carbohydrates, fats and proteins are the only food fuels that produce/


Class FEES $5/session if paid in full before class begins. Drop in fee $8 per class; available at Fitness Center ALL Class FEES( 2x per week $30) ( 1.

registration date, $30 for 6 weeks if paid after date Location: multi purpose room Planned missed class dates: Class Description: By combining the best from step aerobics, and weight training, we will sculpt your muscles and create a beautiful, lean body. Join/ date, $30 for 6 weeks if paid after date Location: multi purpose room Planned missed class dates: Class Description: By combining the best from step aerobics, and weight training, we will sculpt your muscles and create a beautiful, lean body. Join/


AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC ACTIVITY. Aerobic fitness is the ability to exercise or compete for a long time without getting breathless. Aerobics became popular.

out into STEP AEROBICS and AQUA AEROBICS. There are many other ways to improve AEROBIC FITNESS: 1.Continuous training 2.Interval training 3.Fartlek training 4.Circuit training ANAEROBIC FITNESS is the ability to work at a high intensity for a short period of time. Anaerobic exercise can only last for about 40 secs, about the time it takes a world class 400m runner/


WELCOME!.  Explain why you chose to take this class. If you did not chose this class, write down how you ended up sitting here today.

Must be ready to ask many questions and provide proof with answers!  Must be able to express themselves in front of class (we’ll help you with this!!!)  Kalamazoo River Watershed Kalamazoo River Watershed  Footage of the spill Footage of the /septic systems  Results of too much nitrogen:  Similar to phosphate: Increased plant growth leading to less oxygen when plants die and aerobic bacteria break it down.  The amount of sunlight that passes through the water  Based on the total number of solids in/


By: Kim Freed and Kendra Harbaugh

Harbaugh Step Aerobic Benches By: Kim Freed and Kendra Harbaugh Definitions Aerobic classes: are a specialized form of exercise aimed at strengthening the body’s cardiovascular system with out overly stressing any particular part of the body. Step Aerobics: uses a/Sculpting: -Deltoids -Glutes -Biceps -Abs -Triceps -Quadriceps -Chest -Calves -Back -Inner & Outer thighs History of Step Aerobics Step Training in organized fitness has been in existence since the mid to late 80’s in some form of fashion. But/


Course Logistics Instructor: Joe Vallino, Starr 330, x7648, Office hours: Tuesdays after lab. TA: Maya Wei-Haas, ? Schedule Class.

10% each) 20% Participation and laboratory technique (Lab Notebook) Final contingent on individuality of problem sets and class participation. Course Objectives My Background and Research:  Chemical and Biochemical Engineering (cell metabolism).  Modeling microbial /. Microbial communities develop as a function of resource availability. Deep Lake Photic zone (aerobic) Aphotic zone (aerobic) Anaerobic sediments Gradients in Particles Light O2O2 Depth Amount Radius O2O2 These gradient dominated environments/


Bioremediation Technologies: Background Three main classes - Engineered in situ - Intrinsic in situ - Engineered ex situ Different purposes - Engineered.

experiment). Anaerobic Core Aerobic Margin Source Anaerobic Core Aerobic Margin GW flow Intrinsic bioremediation Application Diverse microbial populations indigenous to subsurface environments can degrade important classes of organic contaminants. / metals. Bio-degradabilities under different respiration conditions Type of bacteria benzenetoluenenaphthaleneDichloro- benzene TCEMethyl- phenols Penta- chloro- phenol Aerobic De- nitrifying Iron- reducing Sulfate- reducing Methano- genic ++ + - + ++ + - ++ - /


Heart Rate 101 Exercise and Learning. Warrior Wake Up Class I Understanding your: Resting Heart Rate, Max Heart Rate and Recovery Rate (David) 3 Heart.

Zones (Slide)Marc Understanding your personal heart rate what the numbers are saying (Marc) Scnarios Individualize the numbers (David) Class II Sign Out the Ipad Carts Have the students wear the monitors (Use Breathe 2 Relax App) for resting heart rate/ups, which builds muscle and physical strength through short bursts of strenuous activity. An ideal exercise program should include both aerobic and anaerobic exercise. Types of Heart Rates Resting Heart Rate : The age related number of times your heart beats/


ANOVA: PART I. Quick check for clarity  Variable 1  Sex: Male vs Female  Variable 2  Class: Freshman vs Sophomore vs Junior vs Senior  How many levels.

LSD  Sidak  Scheffe  Duncan  They are pretty much all the same (for us)  The only one I want you to use in this class is Tukey  Perhaps the most commonly used post-hoc  Ignore every other post hoc test, unless told otherwise  Dunnett  SNK  Bonferroni  And more/remind you of the p-value and decision  P = 0.006, reject the null:  H A : There is a difference in aerobic fitness between the three groups of academic success  Now, the post-hoc tests will tell us what groups Post-Hoc: Tukey’s test, /


AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC ACTIVITY. Aerobic fitness is the ability to exercise or compete for a long time without getting breathless. Aerobics became popular.

are many other ways to improve AEROBIC FITNESS: 1.Continuous training 2.Interval training 3.Fartlek training 4.Circuit training ANAEROBIC FITNESS is the ability to work at a high intensity for a short period of time. Anaerobic exercise can only last for about 40 secs, about the time it takes a world class 400m runner to complete the race. The repayment/


AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC ACTIVITY. Aerobic fitness is the ability to exercise or compete for a long time without getting breathless. Aerobics became popular.

are many other ways to improve AEROBIC FITNESS: 1.Continuous training 2.Interval training 3.Fartlek training 4.Circuit training ANAEROBIC FITNESS is the ability to work at a high intensity for a short period of time. Anaerobic exercise can only last for about 40 secs, about the time it takes a world class 400m runner to complete the race. The repayment/


Catalyst #9 or 10: November 6th (5 minutes)  COMPLETE SENTENCES

aerobic respiration in terms of its location and products SWBAT analyze a real world cellular respiration case study. Cellular Respiration Review Biology Unit 3 Lesson 8 WORD WHACK: Cellular Respiration Review Review of rules Expectations for participants at the board Expectations for whole class/ during fermentation? Lactic acid Cellular Respiration Concept Map What stage comes after glycolysis and begins aerobic respiration? Krebs cycle In what part of the cell does the Krebs cycle occur? Mitochondria/


High School Outdoor Physical Education Class Andrea, Derek, Alex, and Jena PE200 Johnny Johnson.

Used  Cross country skiing burns more calories per hour than any other sport  It offers a low-risk, low-impact aerobic form of exercise.  Is an ideal cross-training sport for running or biking.  Is advocated by medical professionals as / Hat/Beanie Scarf Pants Socks Thermal Underwear Gloves/Mittens $84.99 All-Terrain Aluminum Snowshoe ~$1,700 for a 20 student Class Locations…  Schmeeckle Reserve… Green Circle… Iverson Park Benefits of Snowshoeing  Weight Management Depending on how much you weigh, you/


Personal Fitness Aerobic Training Capacity Smart Exercise “Health Math” #1 - #5 Place Answers In Green Box.

OF THE INDIVIDUAL (Low Fitness 50%-70% or High Fitness 70%-85%) #3. TARGET TRAINING ZONE (RANGE). ***Be in the ZONE to be SMART*** Aerobic Training Capacity Please answer the following based on the notes/discussions in class. 1.‘Phat’ Freddy wants to get in top shape for the ladies! He weights 350 lbs. is 6’0” tall, and he is 25/


Name the 7 levels of classification Kingdom Kingdom Phylum Phylum Class Class Order Order Family Family Genus Genus Species Species.

: Familiaris Subspecies: Familiaris 7 Levels of Classification for Humans: Kingdom: Animalia Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Class: Mammalia Order: Primates Order: Primates Family: Hominidae Family: Hominidae Genus: Homo Genus: Homo Species: sapian Species: / 2  CO 2 +H 2 O+Energy Glucose+O 2  CO 2 +H 2 O+Energy It’s aerobic! It’s aerobic! Anaerobic Respiration The basic form of the anaerobic respiration equation is: Glucose  Ethanol + Carbon Dioxide + Energy. Or/


Improving Physical Fitness Objectives: Discuss the Benefits of a Healthy Lifestyle and Aerobic Activity.

Aerobic/Aerobic Exercise Helps Your Health #1 Keep Excess Pounds Off Combined with a healthy diet, aerobic exercise helps you lose weight – and keep it off. #2 Increased Endurance: Aerobic/Off Viral Illnesses: Aerobic exercise activates your/#5 Manage Chronic Conditions Aerobic exercise helps lower high /#7 Keep Your Arteries Clear Aerobic exercise boosts your high-density / Stay Active & Independent Aerobic exercise keeps your muscles strong/participate in regular aerobic exercise appear to live longer/


Power Lifting Class Notes Sets A set is the amount of reps you do before resting. If you were to follow a routine that called for 3 sets of ten reps.

Power Lifting Class Notes Sets A set is the amount of reps you do before resting. If you were to follow a routine that called/ adapting.setsroutines Conditioning Cardiovascular Endurance - the hearts ability to deliver blood to working muscles and their ability to use it (e.g. running long distances) Aerobic Longer duration exercise aimed primarily at increasing fitness levels and burning calories Anaerobic Shorter duration exercise aimed primarily at increasing strength levels. Power and Agility Power - /


Antibiotics. Learning Objectives Identify the major types of antibiotics by drug class. Identify the major types of antibiotics by drug class. Know which.

of susceptible bacteria, rather than killing them immediately; will eventually lead to bacterial death Types of Bacteria Aerobic bacteria Aerobic bacteria needs oxygen to survive Anaerobic bacteria Anaerobic bacteria survives in the absence of oxygen Bacteria Shapes (a/ sun Avoid the sun Maintain adequate fluid intake Maintain adequate fluid intake Classes of Antibiotics Sulfonamides Sulfonamides Sulfonamides Penicillins Penicillins Penicillins Cephalosporins Cephalosporins Cephalosporins Tetracyclines /


Cellular Respiration. By the end of this class you should understand: The major processes that living things use to make energy The relationship between.

Cellular Respiration By the end of this class you should understand: The major processes that living things use to make energy The relationship between photosynthesis and cellular respiration The key differences between aerobic and anaerobic processes The three steps of /enters bloodstream and creates the “burning” feeling in your muscles Krebs Cycle The Krebs Cycle is an enzymatic process Aerobic: requires oxygen to keep running – If no oxygen, no electron carriers available Reactant: 1 Acetyl CoA – /


Biochemical Reactions Photosynthesis Respiration Work in pairs You will have to present your results to the class Choose one of these reactions Briefly.

Biochemical Reactions Photosynthesis Respiration Work in pairs You will have to present your results to the class Choose one of these reactions Briefly summarise what happens Why is it important? Where does it happen? / mole of glucose? How many kJ’s of energy does one mole of glucose produce? Aerobic Respiration RESPIRATION STEPS 1.Glycolysis 2.Link Reaction 3.Krebs Cycle 4.Electron Transport Chain GLYCOLYSIS Aerobic cellular respiration is the utilisation of oxygen by cells for the production of ATP It is /


Antibiotics. Learning Objectives Identify the major types of antibiotics by drug class. Identify the major types of antibiotics by drug class. Know which.

of susceptible bacteria, rather than killing them immediately; will eventually lead to bacterial death Types of Bacteria Aerobic bacteria Aerobic bacteria needs oxygen to survive Anaerobic bacteria Anaerobic bacteria survives in the absence of oxygen Bacteria Shapes (a/ sun Avoid the sun Maintain adequate fluid intake Maintain adequate fluid intake Classes of Antibiotics Sulfonamides Sulfonamides Sulfonamides Penicillins Penicillins Penicillins Cephalosporins Cephalosporins Cephalosporins Tetracyclines /


Part 1.  Most important component of fitness  Also called general endurance, stamina, and heart-lung fitness, cardiovascular endurance, aerobic fitness,

of muscle fibres – slow and fast twitch – that affect the application of strength.  Slow twitch fibres are suited to aerobic endurance work as they contract slowly and slow to fatigue  Fast twitch fibres are speed/strength fibres suited to anaerobic work/ exhaustion is the limiting factor.  In practice, actions that can be repeated 30 or more times without rest are classed as requiring local or muscular endurance.  Examples include paddling a canoe (endurance in the arms), distance swimming (endurance in/


1 ICPSR General Structural Equation Models Week 4 #4 (last class) Interactions in latent variable models An introduction to MPLUS software An introduction.

Process” J. Of Consumer Research, 28, 2002, 659-660. Measurement model fit to data: “fit the aerobics data well, … residuals normally distributed” Common method variance… to test, allowed covariances among residuals of identically worded /.000000.000000.000000.000000.600000.400000 1.000000.000000.000000.000000.600000.400000 1.000000.000000.000000 28 A latent class model Software: MLLSA ***** ITERATION STEPS ***** DEVIATION =.00306576 ITERATION = 10 DEVIATION =.00078193 ITERATION = 20 DEVIATION =.00041910/


 Johnny Dunn 12 th grade health class  Typical American Diet  High in sodium, fat, calories  low in essential nutrients  1/3 of adults are obese.

 Johnny Dunn 12 th grade health class  Typical American Diet  High in sodium, fat, calories  low in essential nutrients  1/3 of adults are obese.  Obesity can lead to heart attack, stroke, & Type / health  three servings of vitamin D low-fat or fat-free milk or yogurt daily.  To improve health Two types of physical activity each week: Aerobic -At least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity Muscle-strengthening- two or more days a week that work all major muscle groups What counts as moderate-intensity/


Game plan Lecture Binary fission Growth curves Physical requirements for growth Chemical requirements for growth Bring books and APO-3 next class Lab Review.

Growth curves Physical requirements for growth Chemical requirements for growth Bring books and APO-3 next class Lab Review growth curve and determine direct and indirect generation times Temp, pH, and O /O 2 - ) Oxygen Hydrogen peroxide contains peroxide anion (O 2 -2 ) Oxygen requirements of bacteria Obligate aerobes Facultative anaerobes Obligate anaerobes Aerotolerant anaerobes Microaerophiles What type of metabolism? What oxygen-detoxification enzymes are present? Independent Study 1.Determine /


Nocardia, Actinomyces, Propionibacterium Aerobic Gram-Positive Bacilli Form filaments (Aerobe, Anaerobe)

(eukaryote) –Prokaryote cell wall, internal structures –Antibiotic susceptibility All slow growing Considered higher prokaryotes Aerobic –Nocardia - cutaneous, pulmonary, CNS, opportunistic infection Anaerobic –Actinomyces - actinomycosis –Propionibacterium -/ acne because of side effects Effectively treated by erythromycin, clindamycin Class Assignment Textbook Reading –Chapter 16 Aerobic Gram-Positive Bacilli Aerobic Actinomycetes - Nocardia –Chapter 22 Anaerobes of Clinical Significance Actinomyces /


1 An overview of bacterial catabolism Model compound: glucose, C 6 H 12 O 6 Aerobic metabolism –With oxygen gas (O 2 ) –Fermentation and anaerobic respiration.

passed carrier to carrier, releasing energy. http://employees.csbsju.edu/hjakubowski/classes/ch331/oxphos/oxphos.gif Process can’t continue without an electron acceptor at the end. In aerobic metabolism, the acceptor is molecular oxygen. 12 Electron Transport molecules / does work (the synthesis of ATP). http://www.energyquest.ca.gov/story/images/chap04_si mple_circuit_light.gif 15 Overview of aerobic metabolism Energy is in the C-H bonds of glucose. Oxidation of glucose (stripping of H from C atoms)/


WELCOME TO : REVIEW TRIVIA. GAME RULES CLASS WILL BE DIVIDED INTO TWO GROUPS. EVERYONE MUST PARTICIPATE TO GET EXTRA CREDIT. MEMBERS OF WINNING TEAM.

WELCOME TO : REVIEW TRIVIA GAME RULES CLASS WILL BE DIVIDED INTO TWO GROUPS. EVERYONE MUST PARTICIPATE TO GET EXTRA CREDIT. MEMBERS OF WINNING TEAM GET 5 BONUS POINTS/infections Answer is: Health acquired infections Question: If an infection or disease originated WITHIN the body, it is said to be: A - endogenous B - exogenous C - aerobic D - anaerobic Answer is: endogenous Question: What is an infection that occurs when the body defenses are weak? A - flagella B - nosocomial infection C - opportunistic /


Cells Part 2: Cell Structures. By the end of this class you should understand: The major organelles common to all human cells The nature of exceptions.

Cells Part 2: Cell Structures By the end of this class you should understand: The major organelles common to all human cells The nature of exceptions to the general /Krebs Cycle (citric acid cycle) – Electron Transport Chain “Lysis” = “breaking” – Glycolysis: breaking in half of glucose – Produces some energy Krebs Cycle + ETC are aerobic – Only work when oxygen is present Glycolysis Enzyme-catalyzed Anaerobic – What your muscles use when you are exerting yourself more than you can breathe Has 10 steps – We /


Teachers: Jang Mi-hye, Simon Hoogland Welcome to Our Class!

Teachers: Jang Mi-hye, Simon Hoogland Welcome to Our Class! Yoga Cycling Jogging/ Running Swimming Jumping rope What is your favorite exercise? - My favorite exercise is – I like - Why Exercise Is / Exercise makes you flexible (D): Exercise makes you feel good Let’s Play the Game!! ABc 100 200 300 Exercise is cool because - Summary Exercise is good for your body. Aerobic ( ) makes your heart ( ). Exercise can make your ( ) strong and keep you ( ). Endorphins are ( ) when you exercise it. It can make you ( ) /


Web-based Class Project on Geoenvironmental Remediation Report prepared as part of course CEE 549: Geoenvironmental Engineering Winter 2013 Semester Instructor:

– Oligotrophs function well in low carbon environments – Eutrophs function well in high carbon environments (USEPA, 2012) Microorganisms can break down contaminants: – Under aerobic (oxygen present) conditions: – Under anaerobic (oxygen not present) conditions: E.g. fermentation, denitrification Sulfate reduction in anaerobic wetlands Conditions must be suitable / on this project can be found at: http://www.geoengineer.org/education/web-based-class- projects/geoenvironmental-remediation-technologies


What is Spinning?  Spinning is an aerobic exercise that takes place on a specially designed stationary bicycle called a spinning bike. As you pedal,

450 in 45 minutes) and offers an awesome aerobic workout that makes your heart pump fast. It also tones your quadriceps and outer thigh muscles.  Motivation is given by the instructor, makes people work harder  There is soothing and energetic music while riding How it made me feel  I really enjoyed spinning class. It provided me with the vigorous workout that I/


Course Selection 2014-2015 Class of 2016. Course Selection Process We will be sharing information about courses with you today. o Dont be afraid to ask.

co-ed course Topics: Aerobics, P90X, Tae Bo, Pilates, Fitness Journals, etc Physical Conditioning Requires successful completion of Boys/Girls PE or Performing Arts 10th - 12th grade co-ed course Class is a combination of weight/ tap, ballet, modern, hip hop and choreography Students have multiple opportunities for performance Choir Mixed Choir: Introductory class Concert Choir: Traveling performance group. Students have opportunities to compete for ratings Instrumental Marching Band/Concert Band : students/


Today is Monday, November 10 th, 2014 Pre-Class: Take a deep breath in and out. No, that’s not respiration…that’s ventilation. Still, why do we need oxygen?

FADH 2 are the “charged” batteries: I’ll be using these symbols throughout the lesson. A Closer Look at NAD + and NADH http://www.uic.edu/classes/bios/bios100/lectures/NADH01.jpg Cellular Respiration Overview Aerobic Respiration 1.Glycolysis 2.Pyruvate Oxidation 3.Krebs/Citric Acid Cycle 4.Oxidative Phosphorylation Note: If oxygen is not around, many cells carry out fermentation following/


Zumba Party Yourself Into Shape. Zumba is a fitness program which is a combination of aerobic elements, dance moves used in different Latin dances like.

all kinds of people of different shapes and sizes. Take a look and find the most appropriate class for yourself.  Zumba Toning  Aqua Zumba  Zumba in the Circuit  Zumbatomic  Zumba Gold  Zumba Gold-Toning Zumba toning comprises of aerobics and dance moves that combine body- sculpting exercises and exhilarating music to create a high-calorie burning and strength-training workout. The benefits/


1 Applications of Palladium-Catalyzed Aerobic Oxidative Kinetic Resolution of Alcohols in the Preparation of Pharmaceutical Compounds Roch Lavigne March.

less expensive to access but 50% of the material is lost Preparation of Enantioenriched Compounds 8 About Resolution Three classes of resolution A. Classical resolution : especially useful in salt formation with carboxylic acids and amines B. Chiral /et al. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2005, 127, 1090. Vanadium-Catalyzed Asymmetric Oxidation of  –Hydroxy Esters Other Aerobic Oxidative Kinetic Resolution Systems 33 Application of Oxidative Kinetic Resolution 34 Formation of the Benzyl Alcohol Ali, I. S.; Sudalai A./


An overview of bacterial catabolism

H. Process can’t continue without an electron acceptor at the end. In aerobic metabolism, the acceptor is molecular oxygen. http://employees.csbsju.edu/hjakubowski/classes/ch331/oxphos/oxphos.gif Electron Transport molecules Protein? Cofactor Carry H? Flavoproteins Yes/of electrons) does work (the synthesis of ATP). http://www.energyquest.ca.gov/story/images/chap04_simple_circuit_light.gif Overview of aerobic metabolism Energy is in the C-H bonds of glucose. Oxidation of glucose (stripping of H from C atoms)/


Physical and Mental Demands of Performance

position • Bone sticking out • Snapping sound when it happens • Immobility Which of the following would not be classed as an externally caused injury? (1 mark) Compound fracture Greenstick fracture Open fracture Stress fracture Describe what is meant/Compression; to reduce swelling and support injured area. Elevation; raise injured area above heart to decrease circulation. Define aerobic respiration. (1 mark) Respiration / energy production which occurs in the presence of oxygen. What is gaseous exchange/


Cellular respiration is an aerobic process Cellular respiration is an aerobic process 1 C6H12O6 + 6O2 6CO2 + 6H2O + 38 ATP glucose total energy oxygen-dependent.

6H2O + 38 ATP glucose total energy oxygen-dependent (mice) carbon dioxide production (seeds Cellular Respiration Aerobic respiration Mice exercise Seed exercise Mitochondrion model Fermentation (anaerobic)Yeast exercise Measuring oxygen consumption of mice exercise /measured Mass specific VO2 is determined Each group 1 setup apparatus, run 3 trials, clean up 2 determine average 3 calculate class average CO2 production by germinating seeds exercise C6H12O6 + 6 O2 gives 6 CO2 + 6 H2O + 38 ATP glucose total /


* Set up for “Memory” * Create flashcards for: * Perimysium * Synergist * Aerobic * Leukocytes * Plasma * Eccentric contraction * Leukemia * Motor Unit.

in ATP bonds * 2 ATP per 1 glucose * If enough oxygen is present, pyruvic acid enters mitochondria and follows aerobic pathway * When exercise becomes intense, pyruvic acid turns to lactic acid and process is referred to as anaerobic glycolysis * /the worksheet to sequence the steps of a muscle contraction * Bring to class on Monday * Set up for “Memory” * Create flashcards for: * Perimysium * Synergist * Aerobic * Leukocytes * Plasma * Eccentric contraction * Leukemia * Motor Unit * Smooth Muscle * Tendon


Sports Medicine: Physical Fitness. 1. Differentiate between aerobic and anaerobic exercise 2. Explain the benefits of cardiovascular fitness 3. Learn.

can think of that require some level of cardiovascular endurance. Be prepared to share your responses with the rest of the class. Aerobic – exercise that uses oxygen to produce energy and can be performed for an extended period of time Anaerobic – exercise/ that does not use oxygen to produce energy and can only be performed for short periods Aerobic Exercise Aerobic Exercise Give one example of an aerobic exercise PROPERTY OF PIMA COUNTY JTED, 2010 5 Anaerobic exercise Anaerobic exercise Give one example of/


Course Selection 2014-2015 Class of 2017. Course Selection Process We will be sharing information about courses with you today. o Dont be afraid to ask.

12th grade co-ed course Aerobics, P90X, Tae Bo, Pilates, Fitness Journals, etc Physical Conditioning Requires successful completion of Boys/Girls PE or Performing Arts 10th - 12th grade co-ed course Class is a combination of /, tap, ballet, modern, hip hop and choreography Students have multiple opportunities for performance Choir Mixed Choir: Introductory class Concert Choir: Traveling performance group. Students have opportunities to compete for ratings Instrumental Marching Band/Concert Band : students/


Digestion Nutrition and Fitness. Nutrition and Fitness 3/9/15 Early Work: Define Aerobic and list the difference between anaerobic and Aerobic. Schedule.

Digestion Nutrition and Fitness Nutrition and Fitness 3/9/15 Early Work: Define Aerobic and list the difference between anaerobic and Aerobic. Schedule Digestive System Notes Target: Understand the digestive system and how it impacts overall health and wellness. Digestion Videos http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLJWpDEIH/ Add the chocolate chips Pour into parchment paper pan and bake Target: Demonstrate lab skills while creating a healthy snack. Leadership Points No Tardies this class: 15 No Absences this/


Strength and Conditioning Class Notes Personal Motivation What drives you to get better? You need to set a goal everyday. Make sure you do things correctly.

? You need to set a goal everyday. Make sure you do things correctly. Come to class with a purpose. You will personally get out of class what you put into it. Character Who you are when nobody is looking. I need to/- the hearts ability to deliver blood to working muscles and their ability to use it (e.g. running long distances) Aerobic Longer duration exercise aimed primarily at increasing fitness levels and burning calories Anaerobic Shorter duration exercise aimed primarily at increasing strength levels/


Physical Education. Physical Education Is More Than Just GYM Class It is a time for: Helping students value sportsmanship, honesty, and fair play. Respecting.

Physical Education Physical Education Is More Than Just GYM Class It is a time for: Helping students value sportsmanship, honesty, and fair play. Respecting /Space Flexibility Sportsmanship Respect Health Nutrition Fitness Exercise Heart Rate Physical Education BAV (Building Academic Vocabulary) 3 rd -5 th Grade  Competition vs. Recreation  Aerobic Exercise  Muscle Strength  Muscle Endurance  Pace  Lifetime  Sport  Team Sport  Hygiene Learning Goals: Kindergarten-2 nd Grade Unit 1: Foundations/


BIOLOGY EOC (END OF COURSE EXAM). Biology EOC Test Info Tests will be May 5 th – 8 th 2014 2 class periods to finish exam. Consists of computerized Multiple.

EOC (END OF COURSE EXAM) Biology EOC Test Info Tests will be May 5 th – 8 th 2014 2 class periods to finish exam. Consists of computerized Multiple Choice questions and short written response EOC will be graded instantly. /. b. If plants cannot produce enough ATP in the process of photosynthesis to meet their energy needs, they can produce it in aerobic respiration. c. Sugars are produced in chloroplasts during photosynthesis. These sugars can be stored in the plant for later use, converted to other chemicals,/


Energy Transformations Mr. Carter’s Science Class.

Energy Transformations Mr. Carter’s Science Class The 1 st Law of thermodynamics Write down the 1 st Law of Thermodynamics from memory Matter and energy cannot be created or / O + 36ATP C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 → 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O + 36ATP Balance the equation now. Balance the equation now. 3. Aerobic Cellular Respiration Cellular respiration happens in the cells of an organisms Cellular respiration happens in the cells of an organisms Cellular respiration (breathing) is why most organisms need oxygen (including/


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