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UDKAAP430Edwards David GFall

KAAP430 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Exercise Intensity, Cellular Respiration, Basal Metabolic Rate

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Barometric air pressure (pb) at or near sea level. Measure of total p that all of gases in the atmosphere exert on the body. Composes 20. 93% of air at
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UDKAAP430Edwards David GFall

KAAP430 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Basal Metabolic Rate, Aerobic Exercise, Calorimetry

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Energy used by contracting muscle fibers during exercise cannot be directly measured. 40% energy liberated from glucose metabolism atp. 60% energy libe
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UDKAAP430Edwards David GFall

KAAP430 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Thyroid, Exercise Intensity, Protein Catabolism

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Directly stimulates lipolysis fat metabolism by increasing synthesis of lipolytic enzymes. Increased gh-concentration during aerobic & resistance exerc
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UDKAAP430Edwards David GFall

KAAP430 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Axon Hillock, Neurotransmitter Receptor, Axon Terminal

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Allows electrical impulses to be transmitted throughout the body. Receives most impulses (aps) that enter neuron from sensory stimuli or from adjacent
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UDKAAP430Edwards David GFall

KAAP430 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Exercise Prescription, Exercise Intensity

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High risk people for adverse effects during exercise. Restricted to exercising only under close medical supervision. Bp, body fat content, blood lipid
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UDKAAP430Edwards David GFall

KAAP430 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Eccrine Sweat Gland, Relative Humidity, Cerebral Cortex

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Acclimation adaptations to extreme heat or cold over the short-term (days, weeks). Acclimatization natural adaptations to extreme heat or cold over the
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UDKAAP430Edwards David GFall

KAAP430 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Posterior Interventricular Artery, Left Coronary Artery, Coronary Artery Disease

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Removes co2 & other metabolic waste products. Supports thermoregulation & controls balance of body fluids. Maintains acid-base balance control body"s p
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UDKAAP430Edwards David GFall

KAAP430 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Endurance Training, One-Repetition Maximum, Bench Press

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Maximal force that a muscle or a muscle group can generate. 1-repition maximum maximal weight individual can lift with 1 single effort. People select a
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UDKAAP430Edwards David GFall

KAAP430 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Oxidative Phosphorylation, Creatine Kinase, Carbohydrate Metabolism

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Energy is released when chemical bonds are broken. Amount used during exercise is related to: Muscle, liver glycogen stores: limited: prolonged, intens
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UDKAAP430Edwards David GFall

KAAP430 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Golgi Tendon Organ, Muscle Hypertrophy, Myocyte

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Most responsive system in the body to repeated stimulation. Learning how to more effectively produce f & a maximal movement. Similar within men, women,
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UDKAAP430Edwards David GFall

KAAP430 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Endoplasmic Reticulum, Cell Membrane, Myosin Head

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Involuntary muscle: not under direct conscious control. Found attached to skeleton moves skeleton. Epimysium outer connective tissue covering the fiber
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UDKAAP430Edwards David GFall

KAAP430 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Vagal Tone, Exercise Intensity

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Primary goal: increase bf to working muscle. Changes in all components of the cv system: rest acute exercise. Endurance exercise training increase in p
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