Energy Systems and Training Zones

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ATP-CP System
anaerobic energy, no oxygen, ATP and CP broken down to release energy - no longer than 10 seconds - e.g. throwing/jumping/sprinting
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Lactic Acid System
Anaerobic energy, no oxygen, carbohydrates, high intensity, 10 seconds-3 minutes - fast running up to 3 minutes
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Aerobic System
Aerobic energy, oxygen required, carbohydrates, moderate intensity exercise, 3 muniutes+ - long distance running, being able to last a full game
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Oxygen Debt
After anaerobic exercise, body needs extra O2 to get rid of lactic acid. Air is gulped in, lactic acid is turned into CO2, H2O and lactate.
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Threshold of training
Levels of intensity which exercise begins to have an effect on the body
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Training zones
There are 2 aerobic training zones and an anerobic training zone.
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Aerobic training zone
Aerobic exercise working between 60%-80% of MHR
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Anaerobic training zone
Anaerobic exercise working about 80% of MHR
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Anaerobic energy, no oxygen, carbohydrates, high intensity, 10 seconds-3 minutes - fast running up to 3 minutes

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Lactic Acid System

Card 3

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Aerobic energy, oxygen required, carbohydrates, moderate intensity exercise, 3 muniutes+ - long distance running, being able to last a full game

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Card 4

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After anaerobic exercise, body needs extra O2 to get rid of lactic acid. Air is gulped in, lactic acid is turned into CO2, H2O and lactate.

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Card 5

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Levels of intensity which exercise begins to have an effect on the body

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