PHED3

Explain the use of Phosphocreatine
Resynthesizes ATP after 10 seconds of intense exercise and is stored in the muscles, to allow it to be broken down quickly
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Explan the use of carbohydrates
Stored as glycogen in the muscles and liver and is converted into glucose during exercise to allow aerobic respiration to begin. In high intensity exercise, oxygen is not required and anaerobic respiration takes place
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Explain the use of fats
Stored as triglycerides and converted into fatty acids through beta oxidation.
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Explain the use of protiens
Used when glycogen stores are low and form amino acids.
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What are the 3 energy systems?
Aerobic system, ATP-PC system and Lactic Acid system
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Explan the use of carbohydrates

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Stored as glycogen in the muscles and liver and is converted into glucose during exercise to allow aerobic respiration to begin. In high intensity exercise, oxygen is not required and anaerobic respiration takes place

Card 3

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Explain the use of fats

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Card 4

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Explain the use of protiens

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Card 5

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What are the 3 energy systems?

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