It depends on what type of exercise the person is doing. There are low and High intensity aerobics, non-aerobic weight lifting. Think of your body as a car. To go faster you burn more fuel (glucose), you need higher air intake through the carburator(lungs), you need coolant to maintain safe operating temperature (blood stream), you need a faster working fluid pump (heart). The diffenence between weight lifting and low intense aerobics is that they are slower and thus can burn more slow processed fats. Glucose(sugar) is a faster processed fuel for high intense activity, and that is why you need to carb load for them.
You will be fat.
kenesiology (human kinetics)
Heart rate increases.
body temperature increases after exercise
The human body depends on perspiration to cool itself down. Perspiration occurs during vigorous exercise or during high intensity activities.
Walking is the best exercise!
as you exercise, your body releases sweats and these cool your body
Exercise has the potential of impacting all of our body systems including the digestive system. Exercising can increase the efficiency of the digestive system.
Exercise physiology is the study of the function of the human body during various acute and chronic exercise conditions. These effects are significant during both short, high intensity exercise as well as with prolonged strenuous exercise such as done in endurance sports like marathons, ultamarathons, and road bicycle racing.
1 The human body produces sweat 2. The human bodies heart beats faster 3. deeper breathes are taken to prevent lightheadedness
well, during exercise, the heart begins to pump rapidly.so the blood would obviously course through your vains faster?during excersize your veins enlargen and more blood is pumped throughout your body.
During exercise the heart beats faster so it can carry blood around the body quicker and after exercise the heart starts pumping slower and eventually returns back to your resting pulse rate.
When you fail to exercise your body has to make do with what it has already. When this happens, your body has to take from other parts of your body to ensure homeostasis.
Your body adjusts to breathing during exercise by increasing breathing in order to provide oxygen to fuel muscles. The more you exercise, the faster you breathe in most cases.
oxygen debt. more oxygen is needed than what is being supplied. the body then begins anaerobic respiration (the cells "breathe" for you). a result of anaerobic respiration is lactic acid. lactic acid is that soreness feeling you get after a hard workout
When you don't exercise your body loses muscle tone. When muscles are not used for long periods of time, they are lost.
It is important to exercise in order to remain healthy. When a person does exercise their body produces the chemicals called endorphins.
If we got an electric shock inside our human body our body will be
Hemorrhage is essentially the loss of blood, very quickly. This can happen inside or outside of the human body and most of the time it happens quick.
During exercise, you breathe in a little amount of oxygen, and give out lots of carbon dioxide. This is why afterwards, you are left breathless. Also during exercise, your dominant muscle/s in that exercise do not have the power to keep going. Your heart tries its best to pump as quick as it can (pulse rate increases) to get all the blood round your body to do its job (circulation rate).
During exercise, your muscles require more oxygen and they need to get rid of the built up lactic acid. Your heart rate, measured by your pulse, increases to push more blood volume through your body.