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Bioenergetics

The flow of energy in a biological system, mainly converting food into biologically useful chemical energy

1

3 energy systems used to replenish ATP

Phosphagen system (anaerobic)
Glycolysis (fast and slow, both anaerobic)
Oxidative (aerobic)

2

Which macronutrient can be metabolized for energy without using oxygen?

Carb

3

What activities utilize the phoshagen system?

Short term, high intensity like sprint and jump

Also, at the start of any activity regardless of intensity

4

Which type of muscle utilizes the phosphagen system?

Type II (fast twitch)

5

What does glycolysis utilize and how long does it last?

Glycolysis is the breakdown of carbs, either from glycogen stored in muscles or blood glucose.

About 2 min

6

What activities might utilize glycolysis?

Tennis volley, 600 800 meter runs

7

Is glycolysis aerobic or anaerobic?

Anaerobic

8

How is fast glycolysis different from slow glycolysis?

The pyruvate is converted to lactate, providing ATP at a faster rate than slow glycolysis

9

If lactic acid doesn't cause soreness, what else could it be?

Immune response to repair microtearing, and decreased tissue pH from many sources of acid

10

What is the Cori Cycle?

Conversion of lactate into glucose in the liver

11

Post exercise, when do blood lactate levels peak?

5 min

12

What macronutrient replenishes glycolysis?

Carb .7-3.0 g per kilo body weight

13

What is EPOC?

Excess postexercise oxygen consumption

The oxygen uptake above resting values used to restore the body to the preexercise condition.