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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandFall

BPK 143 Chapter Notes -Shoulder Joint, Exercise Intensity, Myocyte

OC7932514 Page
9 Oct 2013
113
Chapt er 1: introduction to fitness and developing a basic fitness plan: what are the basic differences between health, complete the following relation
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandFall

BPK 143 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: Shoulder Joint, Hip, Gluteus Maximus Muscle

OC130807016 Page
10 Nov 2016
43
Chronic means it"s within a body and not communicable: describe the components of physical fitness. I argued that separation of components into health-
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandFall

BPK 143 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Body Fat Percentage, Fad Diet, Blood Sugar

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2 Mar 2013
74
Weight loss as the holy grail of the fitness industry. The ideal physique is different for each individual. Losing weight is non-specific and is not a
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandFall

BPK 143 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Corn Syrup, Ancel Keys, Glycemic Load

OC8442812 Page
2 Mar 2013
46
Main reasons for increased life expectancy are: improved sanitation, improved food safety, antibiotics. Life expectancy for the average american could
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandFall

BPK 143 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis, Lean Body Mass, Body Fat Percentage

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2 Mar 2013
62
Chemical composition of the human body by mass. Body composition of a typical man and woman ( 20-24 years old) Getting reliable body composition data i
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandFall

BPK 143 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Abdomen, Hip, Vastus Intermedius Muscle

OC7165559 Page
7 Jan 2016
29
Table 3. 1 required muscle names and muscle actions. Sternocleidomastoid: both sides working together produce flexion at the neck (cervical flexion). T
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandFall

BPK 143 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Intramuscular Fat, Carbohydrate Metabolism, Myocyte

OC8442822 Page
2 Mar 2013
58
Factors governing the selection of fuels for muscular work. Carbohydrates and fats are the major fuels used during exercise. Percentage utilization of
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandFall

BPK 143 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Coronary Artery Disease, Autonomic Nervous System, Overtraining

OC844286 Page
2 Mar 2013
64
Any challenge to our body"s resting state is a stressor. ^ these are sympathetic autonomic nervous system, and they are part of a processs that evolved
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandFall

BPK 143 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: Stroke Volume, Skeletal Muscle, Gastrocnemius Muscle

OC7165555 Page
7 Jan 2016
112
Name and briefly describe the four principles of physiologic conditioning. [one-half mark for listing the principle and one-half mark for a short descr
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandFall

BPK 143 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Cardiac Output, Overtraining, Skeletal Muscle

OC13672511 Page
6 Dec 2016
8
Chapter #2: distinguish between physical activity and exercise. Physical activity: any activity above resting levels, such as going for a walk or garde
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandWinter

BPK 143 Chapter Notes -Vo2 Max, Blood Sugar, Glycogen

OC172423 Page
13 Oct 2011
37
It will induce a great insulin release that will continue to invoke glucose storage as glycogen even when the race starts, lowering blood glucose level
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandFall

BPK 143 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Natural Killer Cell, Osteoporosis, One-Repetition Maximum

OC15851972 Page
1 Mar 2017
4
Complete the following relationship: genotype + <? phenotype. Genotype + environment = phenotype: provide as complete a definition of fitness as possib
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