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Yr 12 PDHPE - Factors Affecting Performance CQ1

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Exercise physiology Physical exercise Aerobic exercise Muscular system Neurological disorders Anaerobic exercise Strength training Lactate threshold Endurance training Muscle hypertrophy Skeletal muscle Anaerobic glycolysis
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Exercise physiology Physical exercise Aerobic exercise Muscular system Neurological disorders Anaerobic exercise Strength training Lactate threshold Endurance training Muscle hypertrophy Skeletal muscle Anaerobic glycolysis
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- Transformation of food (chemical energy) to energy that the muscles can use (mechanical energy). - Energy provided by food is measured in kilojoules (kJ), the higher the kilojoules the more energy it has. - Food breaks down into sugars, amino acids, and fatty acids to be used as energy. Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is then produced, which is the most important substance in energy production. - The three systems that make ATP are: • The alactacid system (ATP/PC system) • The lactic acid system (glycolytic system) • The aerobic system (oxygen system) - The alactacid and lactic systems are anaerobic pathways, as they do not require oxygen for the resynthesis of ATP. ________________ ________________ Alactacid system (ATP/PC) - Only enough ATP for one explosive muscular contracti...
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