Ex Phys 1

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  • Ex Phys
    • Energy Systems
      • ATP-PC
        • Exothermic
        • Coupled Reaction
        • 0-10 secs
        • 100m Spint
        • 1ATP
        • Creatine Kinase
        • Recovery
          • Restoration of muscle phosphogen
          • Aerobic conversion of carbohydrates to CO2+H20
          • ATP used to resynthesise PC
      • Lactic Acid System
        • GPP,PFK,LDH
        • Anaerobic
        • 2ATP
        • 30-60 secs
        • Sarcoplasm
        • Recovery
          • 65% CO2+H2O
          • 20% glycogen stored in liver + muscle
          • 10% Protein
          • 5% Glucose
      • Aerobic System
        • 1. Glycolysis
          • 2.Krebs Cycle
            • 3.ETC
        • 34ATP
        • 1 hour +
        • Acteyl CoA
    • Aerobic Capacity
      • Factors
        • Genetics
        • Physiology
        • Gender
        • Age
        • Training
      • Tests
        • PWC-170
        • Queens College Step Test
        • Closed Circuit Spirometry
      • Adaptations
        • Cardiac Hypertrophey
        • SV,CO increases
        • HR decreases
        • Improved capillary system
        • Increased blood volume
        • Increased elasticity and thickness of smooth muscle
        • Increased lung volume
        • Incresed alveolar capillarisation
        • Increased utilisation of fats
        • Increase Oxidative enzymes
    • Strength
      • Factors
        • Genetics~ %Fast twitch
        • Type of muscle contraction
        • Muscle cross section area
          • Women Less!
        • Training
          • Interval Training
          • Circuit Training
          • Plyometrics
      • Adaptations
        • Thickness and strength of tendonds
        • Increased flexibility of ligaments
        • Increased elasticity of cartlidge
        • Strengthening of bone tissue
        • Sweating
        • Fast twitch hyperthrophey
        • Incresed # of mybrofibrils
        • Increased sarcoplasmic volume
        • Hyperplasia
  • Glycogen used to resynthesise PC
    • Recovery
      • Restoration of muscle phosphogen
      • Aerobic conversion of carbohydrates to CO2+H20
      • ATP used to resynthesise PC

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