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Prelim PDHPE Notes - Core 2

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Covers core 2 of HSC PDHPE prelim course -- very in depth with examples. Number 1 Prelim ranking

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Prelim PDHPE Notes - Core 2
Topics this document covers:
Cardiovascular physiology Aerobic exercise Exercise physiology Heart RTT Breathing Physical exercise Blood Respiratory system Arteriole Cardiorespiratory fitness
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Cardiovascular physiology Aerobic exercise Exercise physiology Heart RTT Breathing Physical exercise Blood Respiratory system Arteriole Cardiorespiratory fitness
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g. the humorous Short bones-­‐ have a short axis and are found f in small spaces such as the wrist. They serve to transfer forces e.g. carpals, metacarpals Flat bones-­‐ have a broad surface and serve as place of attachment for muscle and to protect vital organs e.g. pelvis ________________ Anatomical position-­‐ standing erect, facing front on and with palms facing forward Superior – towards the head e.g. chest is superior to the hips Inferior – towards the feet e.g. the foot is inferior to the leg Anterior – towards the front e.g. the ...
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