KIN 310 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Vo2 Max, Stroke Volume, Cardiac Output

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If Ferguson is saying that ATP-PC can last up to 30 seconds in essay question #4,
wouldn’t ATP-PC be the main energy system used, and glycolysis would only
need to produce enough energy to finish the last ~13seconds of the race?
- Im not sure why he said that it lasts 30 seconds but the book says that during a 400M
sprint 80% is anaerobic and 20% is from the aerobic energy system with most of the
anaerobic coming from glycolysis. So i would go with glycolysis being the primary
- energy system
ANYONE KNOW HOW TO CALCULATE RER?? EX: QUESTION 33 ON
EXAM 1
vco2/vo2 - 2.02/2.5 = .81 = RER = she is burning fat (value is closer to
.7 than 1)
*****Can anyone elaborate on question 4 of quiz 7?? (What is the
relationship between intensity of training and VO2 max gains?)
Higher intensity - higher vo2 - higher cardiac output - higher HR
during exercise - higher Stroke volume due to heart needing to pump
more blood into left ventricular chamber to meet demand - over time
frank starling or filling of the heart causes eccentric remodeling of
left ventricular chamber - causing an increase in stroke volume and
increase in Vo2 max gains
Can someone explain how to calculate “how many ATP were
generated if Hannah broke down 2, 14 carbon triglyceride molecules
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What are the cardiovascular adaptations to resistance
training?(essay3)- I believe there are little to none.
- define lactate threshold in no more than 2 sentences?
- Lactate threshold is the point at which your body begins to
accumulate lactate in the blood, this is thought to be due to
increased glycolysis. - should we include info on lactate shuttles
being clogged?
- Does anyone have quiz 7
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- ^ can you explain how you got this
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- I got it wrong on the exam, i just wrote down what the classmate that wrote
their work on the chalkboard had.^
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- ^^^Do we need to tell him a specific altitude though???
Also what are the 4 principles that your body uses to cool itself?
Radiation, conduction, convection, evaporation
He said we did not need to know essay #2 though in class, right? Since we went over it detailed
together I thought he said he was throwing it out? -I wasnt there thursday so im not sure - did
anyone else hear of this? ^
He definitely said it but since it’s Ferg I’m sure that’s what he wants us to think and then
boom, #2 is our essay. I’d study it anyway, you never know with him.
if anyone has the answer to this that was gone over in
class can you please add it
Here’s what I wrote down from class (Please feel free to add/ change it, it’s pretty vague):
a. PP O2 at 80,000ft about 5 mmHg, in veins 40mmHG
b. Increased altitude= increased ventilation
c. Diluter system pulls air from the cabin
d. How quickly does air need to be circulated to be above 40 mmHg?
e. Resting HR, 60 L/min match with ventilator and PP rate
i. 5X8=40 L/min x 10= 400 L/min
f. max ventilation rate= 130
g. 5.5L with residual volume=500
h. how much pressure do I have to overcome?
Also is the case study on the final
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