Motor Control Technical Model

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  • Created by: Thalia
  • Created on: 13-03-13 14:53
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  • Vertical Jump
    • Task
      • Complexity of the task
    • Environment
      • Field of play
      • Audience
        • Confidence
          • Ability to achieve distance
        • Stress/anxiet/ arousal
          • State of play
          • Individual Zone of optimal function
          • Hormones
            • Plasma Glucose Regulation (Wilmore &Costill, 2004)
              • Glucagon
                • Increases Blood Glucose
              • Epinephrine
                • Breakdown of Glycogen
                  • Glycolysis
                    • ATP Production
                      • Energy to working muscles
                • Cardiac Output
                • ATP Production
                  • Energy to working muscles
              • Norephinephrine
                • Controls Glucose Receptors
              • Cortisol
                • Controls metabolism of carbohydrates
            • Glucose uptake by the working Muscles
              • Insuline
            • Regulation of Tissue Metabolism
              • Thyroxine
          • Epinephrine
            • Breakdown of Glycogen
              • Glycolysis
              • Cardiac Output
        • State of play
      • Individual
        • Biomechanics
          • Task
            • Complexity of the task
          • Muscular System
            • action potential
              • Force
                • Direction of travel
                  • Lever
                    • Kinetics/ Kinematics
                      • Biomechanics
                        • Muscular System
                          • action potential
                            • Force
                              • Direction of travel
                                • Lever
                                  • Kinetics/ Kinematics
                                  • Joint Angles
                                    • Distance
                                      • Displacement
                                • Muscle recruitment
                              • Skeletal System
                                • Limb Length
                          • Joint Angles
                            • Distance
                              • Displacement
                        • Muscle recruitment
                      • Skeletal System
                        • Limb Length
                      • Psychology
                        • Motivation
                          • Audience
                            • Confidence
                              • Ability to achieve distance
                            • Stress/anxiet/ arousal
                              • Individual Zone of optimal function
                              • Hormones
                                • Plasma Glucose Regulation (Wilmore &Costill, 2004)
                                  • Glucagon
                                    • Increases Blood Glucose
                                  • Norephinephrine
                                    • Controls Glucose Receptors
                                  • Cortisol
                                    • Controls metabolism of carbohydrates
                                • Glucose uptake by the working Muscles
                                  • Insuline
                                • Regulation of Tissue Metabolism
                                  • Thyroxine
                      • Physiology
                        • Injury
                        • Diet
                        • CV/ Reaspiritory System
                          • Internal &External Respiration Efficiency
                            • Breathing Efficiency
                            • Pulmonary Diffusion
                            • Transport  of Oxygen  and CO2
                            • Capillary gas Exchange
                        • Nervous System
                          • Sensory receptors
                          • Motor Units
                          • Feedback
                        • Energy Systems
                          • Aerobic

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