BPK 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Cellular Respiration, Anaerobic Respiration, Anaerobic Exercise

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150m of moderate to vigorous physical activity per week (accumulated in 10m bouts) 2 days of strength training activity per week recommended. Csep (canadian society of exercise physiology) sets these guidelines by age group. Only ~15% of cads get enough physical activity per week. Exercise = activity that is planned, structured, and whose goal is to promote fitness. Sport = activity that is planning, structured, and has an element of competition. Occupational activity = activity done as part of work. Leisure activity = active done as part of leisure activities. Active living = lifestyle that includes multiple chances for physical activity. Which fuel (energy source) is preferentially used depends on: Every move we make is from atp. Small amt of atp stored in muscles. Aerobic vs. anaerobic activities and fuel use. Aerobic activities = rhythmic, repetitive, sustained, activities where oxygen delivery matches oxygen need. Can use glucose, fatty acids, amino acids to produce energy (atp)

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