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AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC ACTIVITY

AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC ACTIVITY

AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC ACTIVITY. Aerobic fitness is the ability to exercise or compete for a long time without getting breathless. Aerobics became popular over 20 years ago. It has now grown into a massive industry with many famous people being linked with books, videos and tv programmes.

By seymour
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ROSC! Now what??!!

ROSC! Now what??!!

ROSC! Now what??!!. An EMS Guide to the Management of Post Cardiac Arrest Syndrome Jay Lance Kovar, MD, FACEP Montgomery County Hospital District PHI Air Medical Texas. Objectives. Review Background and Epidemiology of Cardiac Arrest Survival Detail

By annice
(223 views)

Cellular Respiration

Cellular Respiration

Cellular Respiration. Aerobic Anaerobic Respiration Respiration. Cellular Respiration. Respiration is the slow controlled release of energy from food. The energy released is used to fuel all metabolic activities in the organism. The process takes place in many steps all of

By kamana
(175 views)

Cardio-Respiratory Endurance (CRE)

Cardio-Respiratory Endurance (CRE)

Cardio-Respiratory Endurance (CRE). Cardio-respiratory endurance. Is the ability of the heart and lungs to get oxygen to the muscles, so that the muscles can perform for a long time Give specific examples of 2 aerobic activities . Effects of Cardio-respiratory Endurance on Performance.

By reina
(284 views)

Do Now

Do Now

Do Now. What happens when you work out within your muscles? (Think back to Bio and the topic of cellular respiration!). Muscular responses. objectives. To explain what happens during muscular fatigue To identify different muscular responses

By zavad
(121 views)

Muscular System

Muscular System

Muscular System. Types of Muscle. Skeletal – striated & voluntary Smooth – involuntary Cardiac - heart. Muscles and Muscle Fibers    . Muscles are composed of many fibers that are arranged in bundles called FASCICLES

By ashley
(64 views)

CHAPTER 9 CELLULAR RESPIRATION

CHAPTER 9 CELLULAR RESPIRATION

CHAPTER 9 CELLULAR RESPIRATION. 9-1 Chemical Pathways Why We Need Food - provides us with chemical building blocks needed to grow and reproduce - a source of raw materials from which cells can make new parts - source of energy. A. Chemical Energy and Food

By yates
(124 views)

The Muscular System

The Muscular System

The Muscular System. Chapter 20D. Muscle Characteristics. Contraction Movement Irritability Elasticity Extensibility. striated vs. smooth. voluntary vs. involuntary. Types of Muscle Tissue. Skeletal: striated, voluntary Visceral: smooth, involuntary

By tiger
(68 views)

Chapter 10

Chapter 10

Chapter 10. The Muscular System and Homeostasis. Chapter 10 The Muscular System and Homeostasis. 10.1 Movement and Muscle Tissue 10.2 Muscles, Health, and Homeostasis. Chapter 10 The Muscular System and Homeostasis. In this chapter, you will learn:

By janae
(188 views)

Respirometer & Anaerobic Respiration

Respirometer & Anaerobic Respiration

Respirometer & Anaerobic Respiration. RESPIROMETER. Used to investigate the rate of oxygen uptake during respiration Involves an experimental tube (where respiring organism is found) and a control tube both linked by a manometer (measures pressure of a gas).

By gavivi
(224 views)

THE EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON THE CIRCULATORY AND RESPIRATORY SYSTEMS

THE EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON THE CIRCULATORY AND RESPIRATORY SYSTEMS

THE EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON THE CIRCULATORY AND RESPIRATORY SYSTEMS. Changes to the Circulatory System. Stronger heart muscle. Increased cardiac output. Increased stroke volume. Lower resting heart rate. Increased capilliarisation. Changes to the Respiratory System .

By arlais
(168 views)

Muscular System

Muscular System

Muscular System. Muscle tissue is made of…. Myocytes -elongated cells Also called muscle fibers Myotcytes are closely associated with neurons. Myocytes are mutlinucleated. What does striated mean?. Striped or having bands Due to proteins.

By roana
(104 views)

Analysing Training Sessions

Analysing Training Sessions

Analysing Training Sessions. GCSE PE. Explain the following key terms:. Heart rate Resting Heart Rate Working Heart Rate Maximum Heart Rate Target Heart Rate/Target zone Recovery Rate Pg 78-79. Why don’t the WR’s match the predicted times?. Aerobic vs Anaerobic. Aerobic Activity

By taber
(135 views)

Respiration and Energy

Respiration and Energy

Respiration and Energy. Complete these activities after you have watched the video clips. Print the pages off and you have all the notes you need about respiration.

By vilina
(77 views)

Energy & Oxygen for Muscle Contraction

Energy & Oxygen for Muscle Contraction

Energy & Oxygen for Muscle Contraction. Where is energy needed. Energy is needed in three(3) places At the cross-bridges for movement Sliding Filament Mechanism At the cross-bridge & Actin binding site To break connection At the Sarcoplasmic Reticulum To pump Ca+ back into the S.R.

By heller
(155 views)

AQA Triple Biology

AQA Triple Biology

AQA Triple Biology. September 2011. To explain how gas and solute exchange surfaces in humans and other organisms are adapted to maximise effectiveness. Dissolved substances move by diffusion .

By arella
(80 views)

Muscular System

Muscular System

Muscular System. Skeletal – striated & voluntary Smooth – involuntary Cardiac - heart. Types of Muscle. Muscles and Muscle Fibers    . Muscles are composed of many fibers that are arranged in bundles called FASCICLES

By hoshi
(46 views)

Muslces

Muslces

Muslces. Group 4. Classification. Agonist: prime mover Antagonist: reverses agonist Synergist: prevents rotation Fixator: stabilizes the origin of the prime mover. Naming (LADSNOR!). Direction of the muscle fibers Ex) transverse, rectus, oblique Relative size of muscles

By matty
(107 views)

More Basics in Exercise Physiology

More Basics in Exercise Physiology

More Basics in Exercise Physiology. Exercise Physiology: Terms and Concepts. Energy Systems Lactate Threshold Aerobic vs. Anaerobic Power Exercise Intensity Domains Principles of Training Maximal Aerobic Power Anaerobic Power Miscellaneous Concepts. Energy Systems for Exercise.

By jihan
(666 views)

Respiration

Respiration

Respiration. BIOLOGY 2. Energy Release. Every cell needs energy to keep it alive. This energy comes from glucose. This sugar is broken down by a series of reactions called respiration . These reactions are speeded up by enzymes acting as biological catalysts.

By oprah
(144 views)

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