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Exercise science

Exercise Science

Exercise Physiology


Exercise physiology

Exercise Physiology

Exercise Physiology – the physiological responses that occur in the body during exercise. We will also discuss how these responses can be manipulated and trained to elicit desired results and benefits


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Exercise Physiology

Exercise Principles

  • Consistency - (most important)

  • Progression

  • Overload

  • Specificity

  • Reversibility


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Exercise Physiology

Components of Health Related Fitness

  • Cardiorespiratory


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Exercise Physiology

  • Muscular Strength


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Exercise Physiology

  • Muscular Endurance (conditioning)


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Exercise Physiology

  • Flexibility


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Exercise Physiology

  • Body Composition


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Exercise Physiology

  • Balance


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Exercise Physiology

Physiology of the Cardiorespiratory System

Components of Cardiorespiratory System:

  • Heart

  • Lungs

  • Vessels (arteries, veins, capillaries)

  • Blood

    Cardiac Cycle:

  • Systole

  • Diastole


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Exercise Physiology

Physiology of the Cardiorespiratory System

  • Vocabulary

    • Heart Rate (RHR, Ex HR)

    • Stroke Volume

    • Cardiac Output (SV x HR = CO)

    • Ejection Fraction

    • Ischemia

      • Angina Pectoris (heart)

      • Myocardial Infarction (heart)

      • Cerebral Vascular Accident (Brain) …Stroke…


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Exercise Physiology

General Training Effects (CV)

  • VO2max – Intake, Delivery, UTILIZATION of O2

  • Lungs – External, Internal & Cellular respiration

  • Heart – SV, HR, CO, EF

    Metabolism

  • Anaerobic Metabolism – the productions of energy within the body in the absence of O2

  • Aerobic Metabolism – the production of energy within the body in the presence of O2


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Exercise Physiology

Fuel Sources

  • Glucose (4Kcals/g) most utilized

    • Glycogen – stored form of glucose

  • Fat (9Kcals/g) most caloricaly dense

  • Protein (4Kcals/g)


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Exercise Physiology

Anaerobic Metabolism

(-O2)

Outside Mitochondria

Lactic Acid (waste)

Anaerobic Enzymes

-O2

+O2

Energy

(2 ATP)


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Aerobic Metabolism

Anaerobic Metabolism

+O2

-O2

Inside Mitochondria

Outside Mitochondria

Lactic Acid

(waste)

Anaerobic Enzymes

-O2

+O2

(waste)

Energy

(2 ATP)

ENERGY

(36 ATP)

Beta Oxidation

(Fat Metabolism)


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Exercise Physiology

Mechanical Adaptations to the Cardiorespiratory System due to Aerobic Activity

  • Increase Lung Function

    • Increase ability of external respiration

    • Increase ability of internal respiration

    • Increase ability of cellular respiration

  • Increase Cardiac Efficiency

    • Decrease Heart Rate at any given workload

    • Increase Stroke Volume

    • Increase Ejection Fraction

    • Increase Cardiac Output

    • Increase Capillarization

  • Increase VO2 Max


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    Exercise Physiology

    Physiological Adaptations to the Cardiorespiratory System due to Aerobic Activity

    • Increase ability of cellular respiration

    • Increase quantity of Anaerobic & Aerobic enzymes

    • Increase glycogen storage

    • Increase accessibility to glucose

    • Increase fat utilization

    • Decrease the production rate of lactic acid

    • Increase the tolerance to lactic acid (anaerobic threshold)

    • Increase Mitochondria density (# & Size)

    • Increase VO2 Max


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    Exercise Physiology

    Metabolic Equivalent – 3.5ml/kg/min

    F. I. T. T. Principle

    • Frequency

    • Intensity

    • Type

    • Time


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    Exercise Physiology

    Cardiorespiratory Miscellaneous Items…

    • Benefits of Regular Aerobic Activity

    • Effects of Environment

      • Altitude

      • Heat

      • Cold


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    Exercise Physiology

    Skeletal Muscle Anatomy & Physiology


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    Exercise Physiology

    Necessary Elements of Skeletal Muscle Contraction

    • Nervous Impulse

    • Energy (ATP)

    • O2 (if sustained)


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    Exercise Physiology

    Sliding Filament Theory


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    Exercise Physiology

    Sliding Filament Theory Cont…


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    Exercise Physiology

    • Muscle Contraction – ALL or NOTHING

    • Force Generation of Muscular Contraction

      • Muscle Size

      • # of Contracting Fibers

      • Motor Unit Recruitment

      • Length Tension Relationship

  • Isometric Contraction

  • Isotonic

    • Concentric

    • Eccentric

  • Isokinetic


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    Exercise Physiology

    • Muscle Fiber Type

      • Slow Twitch (Type 1, Red Fibers, Oxidative Fibers)

      • Fast Twitch (Type II, White Fibers, Glycolitic Fibers)

      • Fiber Distribution – Genetic? Or Trainable?

      • Hypertrophy vs. Hyperplasia

        • Hypertrophy – increase in muscle fiber size

        • Hyperplasia – increase in # of muscle fibers


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    Exercise Physiology

    Mechanical Adaptations of Skeletal Muscle to Resistive Training

    • Increase Cross-sectional area

    • Increase Tensile Strength of Muscle & Connective Tissue

    • Increase Motor Unit recruitment

    • Decrease Nervous Inhibition

    • Increase Neural Control

    • Decrease Repair Time


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    Exercise Physiology

    Physiological Adaptations of Skeletal Muscle to Resistive Training

    • Increased Actin & Myosin

    • Increased # of Cross-Bridges

    • Decrease Nervous Inhibition

    • Increased Anaerobic Enzymes

    • Increased Mitochondrial Density (# & size)

    • Increased Anaerobic Threshold


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    Exercise Physiology

    • Golgi Tendon Organ

      • Sensor – Prevents too much force production


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    Exercise Physiology

    • Musculotendonis Unit


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    Exercise Physiology

    • Muscle Sorness

      • Immediate Onset

      • Delayed Muscle Soreness


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