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created Apr 24th, 13:16 by kane C



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Three part of Neuron: cell body, axon, dendrites.  
Skeletal system functions: shape, protection, movement, blood production, store minerals.
Muscle layer: Epimysium, perimysium, endomysium(deepest)
Golgi tendon: attach to tendons, Change in muscle tension, cause relaxation, prevent injury.
Muscle spindle: changes in length, stretch reflex, cause contraction.
Blood flow: RA, RV, LA, LV
Blood vessels: arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules veins.
Blood function: transport O, waste, hormones, carries heat, regulates temp, clotting protects leaving, fight disease in sickness.
ATP-PC: 10-15 sec. fastest, no O, short, high intensity.
Glycolysis: 30-50 sec, use carb, mid duration.
Oxidated: Aerobic glycolysis, krebs cycle, electron transport chain ETC
Respiratory quotient: RQ of.7 = 100% RQ of .8 = 100% protein fat RQ of 1 = 100% carb.  
Sagittal: flexion/extention, Coronal Axis.
Frontal: abduction/adduction, lateral flexion, eversion/inversion in anterior/posterior Axis.
Transverse: internal/external and left/right rotation, horizontal abduction/adduction in longitudinal axis.
Estimated HR: 220 - age. training zone. 65-75, 76-85, 86-95
OHS what to view: Anteriorly, feet, ankles, knee. Laterally, LPHC, shoulder, cervical complex.
Cumulative injury cycle: tissue trauma, inflammation, muscle spasms, adhesions, altered neuromuscular control, muscle imbalance, Repeat.
150 min of mod. intensity or 75 min of vigorous aerobic exercise per week.
FITTE: Frequency, Intensity, Time, Type, Enjoyment.
Local stabilization system muscles.T1. transverse of dominis, internal oblique, lumvar multi fidus, pelvic floor muscles, diaphragm.  
Best core exercise for beginner: Prone iso ab
Core musculature: local stabilization, global stabilization, movement system.
Proprioceptively challenging equipment: floor, balance beam, half foam roll, foam pad, balance disk, wobble board, bosu ball.
Three phases of plyometric training: Eccentric, amoritization, concentric/loading
Three phases general adaptation sysdrome: 1.ararm reaction. 2.resistance development, exhaustion.
Stabilization, muscular strength, muscle hypertrophy, strength, power.
ATP recovery: 20-30 sec =50% 40 sec =75% 60sec = 85% 3mim= 100%
Muscle endurance/stabilization: reps 12 to 20 sets 1-3 50-70% 4,2,1 rest 0-90 sec
Hypertrophy: reps 6-12 sets 3-5 70%-85% 2,0,2 rest 0-60 sec
max strength: reps 1-5 sets 4-6 85% to 100% fast tempo 3 to 5 min rest
power: reps 1-10 sets 3-6 35% to 45% fast tempo 3to 5 min rest

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