Effects of Exercise - Responce and Adaptations

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Define Response
It is a short term temporary change such as an increase in heart rate as a response to increase production of CO2.
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Define Adaptation
It is a long term semi permanent change as a result of continued exposure to an environment. For example heavy weight training will encourage muscular hypertrophy.
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Define Structural Adaptation
It is a long term change to the anatomy / physical make up.
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Define Functional Adaptation
It is a long term change to the physiology / how a system works.
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The relationship between functional and structural adaptations
A structural adaptation leads to a functional adaptation. For example cardic hypertrophy leads to bradycardiac.
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Muscular Skeletal Adaptations
Fibre hypertrophy, increased force production, increased metabolic energy supply.
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Muscular Skeletal Responses
Fibre recruitement, force production and metabolism.
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Cardiovascular Adaptations
Cardiac hypertrophy, stroke volume, cardiac output, capillary recruitment, capillary number.
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Cardiovascular Responses
Increased stoke volume, heart rate, cardiac output, vascular shunt, blood flow redistribution.
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Respiratory Adaptations
Respiratory muscle performance.
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Respiratory Responses
Rate and depth of breathing, gaseous exchange.
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Neuro-muscular Adaptations
Co-ordination, size and rate of force production, speed.
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Neuro-muscular Responses
Muscle fibre recruitment, rate of fibre recruitment.
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Define Adaptation

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It is a long term semi permanent change as a result of continued exposure to an environment. For example heavy weight training will encourage muscular hypertrophy.

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Define Structural Adaptation

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The relationship between functional and structural adaptations

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