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Physiology of Exercise 2

8392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Muscle Fatigue, Pyruvic Acid, Soleus Muscle

LECTURE 15 Fatigue: Body to mind complexity Why do they fatigue? Bens definition o Reductionin the ability to Generate force of power with a muscle andor Control movement in a skilled manner andor Make informed judgement ...

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8392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Bone Density, Masters Athletics, Amenorrhoea

LECTURE 12 Traning the female, elite, children and masters Factors important to women involved in vigorous training Similar to males o Thermoregulations impaired during luteal phase of menstrual cycle: higher core temp th...

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8392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Scientific Literature, Cellular Respiration, Glycogenolysis

LECTURE 13: Physiology and metabolic responses of repeated sprint activities Repeated sprint ability The ability to perform repeated sprints with minimal recovery between sprint bouts o Scientific literature is growing o ...

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8392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Muscle Hypertrophy, Glycogen, Carbohydrate

Lecture 18 RECOVERY Nutrition and recovery after exercise Nutritional recovery is essential post all forms of exercise o Replenish glycogen stores o Muscle repairs and protein synthesis o Muscle hypertrophy o Replace flui...

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8392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Thermoregulation, Skeletal Muscle, Heart Rate

Lecture 17 THERMOREGULATION AD COOLING STRATEGIES IN ATHLETES WITH A SPINAL CORD INJURY Athletes with a spinal cord injury SCI Inability to thermoregulate effectively o Impaired sweating and blood flow responses o Loss of...

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8392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Overtraining, Maladaptation, Catecholamine

LECTURE 14: Overreaching and Overtraining Terminology Overtraining: intensified training over possible outcomes of short term overreaching Functional overreaching FOR positive adaptation Non functional overreaching NFO ...

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8392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Performance-Enhancing Substance, Blood Doping, Blind Experiment

Lecture 16 ERGOGENIC AIDS Part 1 Substances or phenomena that are workproducing and are believed to increase performance o Nutrients o Drugs o Warm up exercises o Hypnosis o Stress management o Blood doping o Oxygen breat...

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8392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Valvular Heart Disease, Aortic Stenosis, Cardiac Arrhythmia

Lecture 1 Pre Screening Absolute and contraindications for Exercise testing o Resting ECG suggesting ischemia, recent myocardial infarction (within 2 days), or other acute cardiac events o Unstable angina; not controlled ...

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8392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Multi-Stage Fitness Test, Heat Illness, White Blood Cell

Lecture 10 Occupational Physiology 2 Working environment Shift rosters o 247 response in emergency services and military o Rosters 1014, 12hours, triple 8s Deployments interstateoverseas (24hour cycles) o 14 days 14 hour...

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8392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Hemoglobin, Palpitations, Atmospheric Pressure

Lecture 7: Altitude 1: Basic Physiology and adaptations o Haemoglobin conc goes up with higher altitude; because of dehydration o Oxygen availability not as good o Dec air resistance; favors speed and power events o Long d...

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8392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Innate Immune System, Microorganism, Antigen

Lecture 11 Exercise and the immune system Immunity All mechanisms used to protect the body against foreign agents pathogens o Bacteria o Viruses o Fungi Antigen stimulates an immune response Immune system o Cellular and...

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8392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Respiratory Alkalosis, Altitude Training, Hematocrit

LECTURE 8: Altitude 8: acclimatization to altitude and training applications At altitude o Dec in barometric pressure o Dec in pressure of 02 in air o Detection by chemoreceptors arterial carotid and aortic bodies Inc VE...

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8392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Vo2 Max, Body Armor, Deep Sea

Lecture 9: OCCUPATOINAL PHYSIOLOGY thermal physiology What is occupational physiology? Asking people to work in hostile environments Work risks can be defined as o Physical environment Heat Firefighters, iron workers, mi...

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8392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Indirect Calorimetry, Vo2 Max, Spirometry

Lecture 2 Calculating Aerobic Capacity: Open circuit spirometry Why? o Enables us to capture expired air while someone is at rest or exercising o We can then analyse for O2 and Co2 o Can find Resting VO2 VO2 max Calculate...

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8392 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Anaerobic Glycolysis, Vertical Jump, Hypertrophy

Lecture 3 Strength, power and speed Tests of ultra shortterm anaerobic power Any all out exercise of 68 seconds probably reflects a person capacity for immediate power o Specific to muscle utilized 50m run Stair sprinting...

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