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Exercise Programs & Behaviour

HESC1511 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Circulatory System, Cardiac Output, Respiratory System

Lecture 16 - 11/09/18 - Adaptations to training - Cardiovascular and Respiratory Nmn Aerobic fitness 1. Oxygen transportation a. Amount O2 arriving at working muscle 2. Cardiac output . Respirato...

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HESC1511 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Exercise Intensity, Vo2 Max, Cardiac Output

Lecture 15 CardiovascularAerobic Training 1 and 2 Adaptations to training Aerobic fitness Definition = capacity to use oxygen for energy production Assessed tthrough maximal oxygen consumption measurement (VO2 max) VO2: ...

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HESC1511 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Bench Press, Vo2 Max, Hypertrophy

Lecture 13 and 14 - 5/09/18 - Resistance Training Strength theory Intro to resistance training via body weight and movement training o Body weight training in basic exercises and basic movement patter...

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HESC1511 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Orthostatic Hypotension, Skin Allergy Test, Injury Prevention

Lecture 12 Risk Assessment Factors to assess: Prior historyknowledge of strength training Posture analysis Muscle imblaances Dominant vs nondominant. Front vs back, agonist vs antagonist Gait analysis E.g glute medius cont...

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HESC1511 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Arterial Stiffness, Glycolysis, Weight Training

Lecture 11 - 29/08/18 - Resistance Training 1 What is progressive Resistance training? PRT - a form of exercise training where participants work against an external force to increase muscle strength, endurance and power Re...

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HESC1511 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Metacarpal Bones, Lumbar Vertebrae, Fosbury Flop

Lecture 10 200818 Exercise and Movement Analysis What is it? Why perform it? To help determine normal movement patterns; To assess which muscles are being activated (or if they are being activated correctly) in any given...

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HESC1511 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Exercise Prescription, Pallor, Work Rate

Lecture 9 190818 Contraindications to Exercise and Conducting a Fitness Assessment Da When is it too risky to exercise? During an acute febrile illness Complicated pregnancy Recovering from heat illness Too soon post sur...

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HESC1511 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Therapeutic Relationship, Motivation, Motivational Interviewing

Lecture 8 - 15/08/18 - Motivational Interviewing Vhjv Background The behaviour change process requires a gradual change in thinking in the patient to progress through the stages of change Every perso...

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HESC1511 Lecture 7: HESC1511 - Lecture 7

Lecture 7 150818 Models of Behaviour Change and Counselling Strategies Exercise Habits The Status Quo 60 of Australians are inactive 20 of Australians exercise at a sufficient time and intensity to protect their health ...

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HESC1511 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Diabetes Mellitus Type 1, Restrictive Lung Disease, Exercise Intensity

Lecture 6 - 08/08/18 - Exercise prescription for special populations Asthma Chronic inflammatory disease resulting in narrowing of the airways Affects approx 1 in 9 aussies o Leading cause of burde...

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HESC1511 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Proprioception, Body Composition, One-Repetition Maximum

Lecture 5 - 8/08/18 - Principles of Exercise Programming Components of an exercise programme Warm up o Purpose: to prepare the body for exercise o Involves: 5-10 min of...

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HESC1511 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Kyphosis, Skin Allergy Test, Vertical Jump

Lecture 4 - 1/08/18 What you might assess? Points to remember: Choose tests that best characterise the patients functional, exercise and mental capacity Individualise tests to suit each person Be ...

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HESC1511 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Palpitations, Myocarditis, Angina Pectoris

Lecture 3 10818 SOAP and Subjective Screening Contraindications to exercise Absolute RISKS OUTWEIGH THE POSITIVES Conditions that are mostly cardiopulmonary in nature e.g heart disease o Unstable o Angina o Uncontrolled...

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HESC1511 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Red Meat, Actin, Fluorine

Lecture 2 - Introduction to Nutrition - 25/07/18 Nutrition processes involved in the intake and utilisation of food substances A substance consumed that provides a source of energy, material for growth and/or ...

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Laboratory Basics - Reference Guides

Lab safety is the cornerstone principle in this compelling Guide. All international safety symbols are clearly defined, with all basic lab glassware and equipment depicted by text description and diagrams. The Guide also p...

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