UMass Amherst KIN 470 - Kin 470 Lecture 1 (2 pages)

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Kin 470 - Exercise Physiology

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Kin 470 Lecture 1 9 4 18 Exercise physiology study of acute and chronic effects of exercise on the body Power output walking 50 Watts sprinting 2000 Watts Cardiac Output Rest 5L min Max exercise 35L min Exercise Physiology 3 Simple questions What enables our bodies to dramatically increase its power output What enables our bodies to sustain exercise for long periods of time What physiological adaptations occur in response to regular exercise Specific Questions How do we get energy from food How are the physiological systems able to meet the demands of exercise o heart o muscles o lungs What signals drive these changes How does the body adapt to chronic exercise Why do we fatigue when we exercise Exercise Physiology and Health Reduces risk of heart disease stroke diabetes cancer Manage weight and maintain muscle mass as you age o Anti aging medication o take for 2 5 hours week May even make you smarter How does exercise do all this



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