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Kinesiology 2241A/B- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 182 pages long!)


Department
Kinesiology
Course Code
Kinesiology 2241A/B
Professor
Thomas Richard Jenkyn
Study Guide
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Kinesiology 2241A/B
Final EXAM
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Course Particulars
Kinesiology 2230a/b
Glen Belfry PhD
Office Hours Rm 2148
By appointment only: gbelfry@uwo.ca
Lab Coordinator: Michael Herbert
Mherber5@uwo.ca
Notes can be accessed from OWL
Evaluation
Lecture Mid-term #1, 20%
Lecture Mid-term #2, 20%
Laboratory Exam, 20%
Laboratory Quizzes, 5%
Final Comprehensive Exam, 35%
Success
A+ 12
A 48
B 64
C 25
D 4
F 2
Committing to memory
Understanding
Textbook
Physiology of Sport and Exercise, Kenney, Wilmore and Costill
Course Overview: Chapter
Metabolism
o ATP-PCr
o Anaerobic glycolysis
o Aerobic glycolysis, fat oxidation
o VO2 and VCO2
Ventilation
o Gas Exchange
o VO2 and VCO2 Buffering
Cardiovascular
o Acute Response to Exercise
o Transport Vow and VCO2 Buffering
Muscle
o Excitation
o Coupling
o Contraction
Adaption
o Chronic Response to Exercise
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Kin2230 Labs
During the term each of you will attend four laboratory sessions.
Enzyme Kinetics
Respiration (Ventilation) and Exercise
Determination of VO2 max
Muscle Contractile Characteristics
Start week of Jan 22: Check lab section and time on Class timetable website
Introductory Exercise Physiology
Sport Example
Women's Pentathlon
o 100m Hurdles
o High Jump
o Shot put
o 200m
o Long jump
o Javelin throw
o 800m (Forget about this because 6/7 are explosive high output activities)
Significant Aerobic component
o Fast twitch muscle fibers
o ATP-PCr Glycolysis (Fast temporary energy)
Metabolism During Exercise
A. Energy
o Neither created or destroyed but rather transformed
o The source…
Aurora Borealis - collisions between gaseous particles in the Earth's atmosphere
interact with charges particles released from the sun's atmosphere
Taking food and transforming that into energy
o Florence Joyner (100m)
o Marita Koch (400m)
o Paula Radcliffe
o Energy expenditure needs to be appropriate for the task
ATP-PCr : Generates energy very quickly but within about 2 seconds it begins to lose
power
Anaerobic Glycolysis: Breaking down carbohydrates, has more processes meaning it
takes longer to get the energy out (after running 70s most of the energy you need is
going to be coming from aerobic pathways, 800m)
Aerobic: Slow constant production of energy (Marathon running)
o The longer you preform the less power you will be generating
What is Energy?
o Potential to do work (exercise)
Quantifying Energy
Energy from biological reactions produce heat.
Hence energy intake and output measured in either kilocalories (kcals) or Joules
(1kcal = 4.184 (4.2) kjoules
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