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Cardiovascular and Respiratory Responses to Exercise

KIN 105- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 72 pages long!)
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[KIN 105] Comprehensive Fall guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 1 Absolute – a general measu...

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KIN 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Fick'S Laws Of Diffusion, Serca, Blood Gas Tension

energy utilization 200 times over utilization at rest 4 (1). Clearly, skeletal muscles have a great capacity Speed (mph) to produce a...

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Christopher Vigna
KIN 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Metabolite, Interval Training, Glycogen Synthase

Lecture 10 Adaption to Endurance Exercise Adaptation to Endurance/ Aerobic Training Frequency (e.g. 5 days/week) Intensity (65% of VO max, % Hr, Heavy) 2 Time (2 hours/day) Type (cycling, rollersk...

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KIN 105
Christopher Vigna
KIN 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Exhalation, Valsalva Maneuver, Skeletal Muscle

Lecture 9 Anaerobic Exercise Anaerobic Tests; Test of Anaerobic Power Force-velocity power curves Vertical jump test Staircase Test Cunningham and Faulkner Test Shuttle run tests 300/400m test The Wingate Test Requir...

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KIN 105
Christopher Vigna
KIN 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Anaerobic Glycolysis, Citric Acid Cycle, Hemoglobin

Lecture 7 Progressive Exercise Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Skeletal and Metabolic Response to Progressive Exercise Progressive exercise test / incremental exercise test graded exercise test (GXT) are protocols that po...

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KIN 105
Christopher Vigna
KIN 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Partial Pressure, Pulse Oximetry, Hematocrit

Lecture 5 Fick Equation and Determinant of VO 2 Ventilation and Gas Transport in the Blood VO = HR X SV X (C O C O ) 2 a 2 v 2 C a arterial O2 content is determined b...

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KIN 105
Christopher Vigna
KIN 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Valence Electron, Acidosis, Sarcolemma

Lecture 6 Fatigue Muscle Fatigue vs. Injury Fatigue a decrease in force, velocity and/or power - Reversible decline of muscle performance during activity - Most recovery occurs within an hour or post acti...

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KIN 105
Christopher Vigna
KIN 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Catecholamine, Tachycardia, Diastole

Lecture 5 Fick Equation and Determinants of VO 2 Heat, Energy Expenditure and Calorimetry Recall: To sustain all body functions there is a constant expenditure (usage) of ATP. The...

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KIN 105
Christopher Vigna
KIN 105 Lecture 4: Lecture 4 – Bioenergetics and Metabolism

Lecture 4 Bioenergetics and Metabolism Metabolism the total of all cellular reactions (thousands) including all those concerned with synthesis of molecules (anabolic reactions) and breakdown of molecules (catabolic reactio...

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Christopher Vigna
KIN 105 Lecture 3: Kin 105 Lecture 3

Lecture 3 Skeletal Muscle Structure and Function Primary Functions of Skeletal Muscle: 1. Force production 2. Thermoregulation 3. Force shock absorption 4. Fuel storage fats, glycogen 5. Important Concepts Regarding Skelet...

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Christopher Vigna
KIN 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Exercise Intensity, Vasodilation, Extracellular Fluid

LECTURE 2 CARDIAC AND VASCULAR STRUCTURE AND DIAGRAM Structure 2 pumps left side of the heart goes to the systemic circulation right side of the heart goes to the pulmonary circu...

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KIN 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Maximum Force, Interval Training, Strength Training

Lecture 1 Absolute a general measurement that can be applied or used to describe anyone (same for each individual). Expressed in standard unit of measurement. Example: cycling at 100 watts (W) Relative one that has be...

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KIN 105
Christopher Vigna
KIN 105 Study Guide - Final Guide: Breathing, Cellular Respiration, Lung Volumes

Lab Exam Notes Lab 1: Resting Physiological Measurements and Pulmonary Function Background Information At rest, almost all of the bodys ATP is produced via aerobic metabolism (oxidative phosphoryla...

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KIN 105 Lecture 2: KIN105 - LECTURE 2
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