Accesory muscle aidiing in Ventilation: Transverse abdominis, diaphragm, rectus abdominis, obliques.
Site in the body where respiration occurs: Alveoli(blood) Capillary(Muscle)
Inside human body where partial pressure of oxygen is highest: base of the lungs
Where do the cells produce CO2: In the tissues
Primary way of gas exchange takes place in human body from areas of high flow to areas of low flow: Pressure gradiant
Hemoglobin to tissues Curve associated with loading and unloading of oxygen. Changes in blood acidity, blood temp: Oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve
Why does AVO2 diff go up in exercise intensity: Muscles are consuming more oxygen so there is less oxygen being returned to heart.
Overload principle: Stressor must be greater than habitual level
Component of RBCs than transport CO2 and O2 around body: Hemoglobin
Part of brain that nonvoluntary control controlled by: Medulla
Training principle SAID refers to: Specific Adaptations Imposed Demands
Training principle of specificity: Adaptations are specific to nature of exercise(SAID)
Reversability: Adaptations to exercise are quickly lost once stimulus is removed.
Applying resistance training program of light weights, would every indiv make gains? No, everyones is different, programs must be specific.
Endurance training adaptation: inc stroke vol, inc mitochon density, inc capillaries, inc fiber type shifts