Basic Phis

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Basic Phis
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  1. Exercise physiology
    • Body’s structure and function are altered when
    • exposed to acute and chronic exercise.
  2. Acute
    • Immediately changes the body while
    • conducting an exercise

    • Purpose
    • Helps the body
    • tolerate the activity at hand

    • Ex.
    • Enlarge blood vessels to speed up the blood flow
  3. Chronic
    Training mark how the body responds overtime


    • Purpose:
    • Improve the body’s capacity and
    • efficiency for activity

    • Ex.
    • Large Muscles in response to resistance training
  4. Diurnal Variation
    • Physiology fluctuate that occur over 24
    • hours or longer

    How its Relative

    • Body weight may change from taken in the
    • morning to be taken in the Afternoon

    • Body temp will fluctuate from times of the
    • day
  5. Eregometer
    • Device that allows the amount & rate of
    • persons work to be controlled.

    • Ex.
    • Tredmill, Cycle eregometer, Swimming Flume

    Choosing the appropriate ergometers

    • Treadmill for someone who enjoys running
    • and may be part of their daily workout

    • Swimming Flume perform natural stroke and
    • get the highest output from participant

    • Cycle eregometer are design for people who
    • are bike riders
  6. Physical Exercise
    • Exercise must exert a stimulus that is more than one,
    • used for improvement an overload
  7. Physical Activity
    • An activity performed other than physical exercise
    • (Daily Leaving)
  8. Training Specificity
    • Exercise must be specific to the type of
    • training

    • Ex.
    • If you want to run 10 miles u must run heavy not lift heavy weights
  9. Overload Principle
    Weight: Want to increase weight bench from 150 – 250 can’t continue to lift 150
  10. Training Volume
    • Ex.
    • Amount # of push- ups or miles run
  11. Training Intensity
    • Ex.
    • How hard you can go 1 mile to 13 miles
  12. Physically Fit
    • The Ability to perform a specific amount
    • (volume) or Level (intensity) of exercise or physical
    • activity
  13. Cardio respiratory endurance
    • The Capacity of the lungs to exchange gases and heart and blood vessels to
    • circulate blood
  14. Strength
    Muscles to generate force during a contraction
  15. Power
    Muscle to generate force during fast contraction
  16. Muscular endurance
  17. Sustain repeated contractions or a single contraction (isometric)
  18. Flexibility
  19. Ability to maximize joint range of motion
  20. Body Composition
    Proportion of fat mineral, Protein, and water, or lean vs. fat
  21. Convert Milli to Kilo
    1000 = 0.001
  22. Numeric Value
    Kilo = 1000

    Milli = 1/1000

    Centi = 1/100
  23. Units of Measure
    Distance = Km, m, cm, mm

    Electric Potential = v, mv (Volts)

    Energy = Kcal, J, Kj

    Force = N

    Mass & Weight = kg, g

    Power = w (Watts)

    Pressure = mmHg

    Volume = L, ml
  24. Units of Conversation
    • lb to kg = Divide by 2.2
    • L to ml = Multiply by 1000
    • Ml to l = divide by 1000
  25. Function of Muscle
    Movement

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