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What is recognized in physiology?

the integrate processes between biological systems and how they regulate body functions

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Applied exercise phys is concerned with function during

mvmt. or increased energy demand because of muscle contraction

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What are the 2 types of applied physiology?

sport and clinical

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Applies exercise knowledge to develop fitness conditioning routines

sport applied physiology

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uses exercise as a form of Tx and prevention of chronic disease, as well as for therapeutic purposes

clinical applied physiology

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study of Fx responses and adaptations that occur during and following physical activity and exercise

exercise physiology

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physical fitness is the measurable outcome of a person's

physical activity and exercise habits

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What are examples of SSPF?

Agility
Balance
Coordination
Power
Speed
Reaction time

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What are the components of Health related physical fitness

Cardiorespiratory fitness
body compostition
Muscle strength
Muscle endurance
Flexibility

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any bodily movement produced by contraction of skeletal muscle that result in substantial increase over resting energy expenditure.

Physical Activity

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A type of physical Activity consisting of planned, structured, and repetitive bodily movement don't to improve or maintain one or more components of physical fitness

Exercise

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Therapeutic and prescriptive application of low intensity mvmt in management of acute CP dysfunction- usually in acutely ill pts.

mobilization

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How is PA classified?

V light
Light (<3 mets)
Mod (3-6mets)
Vigorous (>6 Mets)
V hard
Max

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equation for cardiac output?

CO=HRxSV

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Equation for minute ventilation

VE=RRxTV

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Normal HR at rest?

during Aerobic exercise?

60-100

10-12 b/min/MET

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Normal SBP at rest?

during Aerobic exercise?

<120

7 mmHG/MET

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Normal DBP at rest?

during Aerobic exercise?

<80

10 mmHg entire session

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normal SpO2 at rest?

during Aerobic exercise?

97-98

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VO2 at rest?

3.5 ml.kg.min

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Q at rest?
during Aerobic exercise?

5L/min

20-22 L/min

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SV at rest

during Aerobic exercise?

71 ml/b

100ml/b

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What is RPE?

rate of perceived exertion

subjective assessment of how far some1 is working

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A psychophysiological scale used for the assessment of
the psychological perception of the intensity of exercise.

RPE

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Blue Green Red in Borg RPE scale?

Blue : 6-11
Green: 12-16
Red: 17-20

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Capacity to do work

energy

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Test completed in field vs sophisticated test completed in lab

Field test vs. Laboratory test

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ForcexDistance

Work

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What is the Par-Q

Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire used to establish a persons fitness for activity

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High energy phosphate molecule with energy harnessed in phosphate bonds used to perform mechanical or metabolic work

ATP

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A molecule that combines with inorganic phosphate to form ATP

ADP

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Production of ATP in presence of O2 utilized oxidative phosphorylation

Aerobic Metabolism

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A metabolic reaction that does not require presence or use of oxygen

Anaerobic Metabolism

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Metabolic processes that result in stored energy being converted to useable form of energy ATP?

Bioenergetics

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Enzyme that facilitates the breakdown of PC to Pi and creatine, resulting in the donation of Pi to APT to form ATP

Creatine Kinase

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Breakdown of glycogen into glucose

Glycogenolysis

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Synthesis of glycogen from glucose molecules

Glycogenesis

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Sum of physical and chemical processes in organism by which material substance is produced, maintained, or destroyed, to make energy available. (What is another name for these 3 also?

Metabolism


anabolic (produce)
homeostasis (maintain)
Catabolic (destroy

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Performance of no PA after exercise bout.

what about light activity?

Passive recovery

active recovery

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Synthesis of glucose from noncarb precursor

Gluconeogenic

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A workload during which aerobic metabolism supplies all needed energy.

steady state

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In a steady state, The supple of ATP is

equal to the demand

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A measure of O2 consumption realtive to rest

MET

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1 MET equals

3.5ml-kg-min

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Measurement of how much total work or training is performed

volume of training

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Quantitative measured max capacity for resynthesizing ATP with aerobic means

VO2 Max

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Exercise intensity under 85% of max effort

Submaximal

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Ability to exert submit force repetitively

Muscular endurance

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Highest Amt of force generated by muscles during contraction

muscular strength

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Study of physical measurements and characteristics

Examples?

Anthropomerty

Body fat, type, ht,wt,BMI

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Maintainence of Stable internal physiological conditions

Homeostasis

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Changes in systems of body that occur to single bout of PA or exercise

acute response

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changed in systems of body that occur in response to repeated regular PA or exercise

Chronic adaptation

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Diseases caused by insufficient PA, sometime with bade diet practice?

Hypokinetic Disease