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What does anaerobic mean

Respiration without oxygen. Anaerobic Exercise There are three energy-producing systems in the human body, one of which is aerobic (using oxygen), and two of which are anaerobic (not using oxygen): ATP-CP and Glycolysis.

ATP-CP

For the first few seconds you exercise you're using the ATP-CP system. This relies on stored ATP (adenosine triphosphate, the molecule that produces the energy in all living things, from bacteria on up).

Another stored molecule, CP (creatinine phosphate) helps restore your ATP. CP is restored aerobically (with oxygen).

Glycolysis

When you exercise beyond the limit of your ATP-CP stores (anything more than a few seconds) the second anaerobic system kicks in: anaerobic glycolysis.

This makes ATP from glucose (sugar) stored in your liver and muscles. You get the glucose from eating carbohydrates. (Eating a reasonable amount of carbs after exercising helps increase the glucose stores.)

When you exercise beyond the limits of your ATP-CP and glucose systems, your body needs to start producing energy "on the fly" [without O2] using lactic acid instead. That is anaerobic Respiration - without O2.

What happens during prophase

The mitotic spindle forms. Apex

What is the resting heart rate

The resting heart rate is approximately 60 to 100 beats per minute in human adults. Hypertension or heart disease tend to speed up the heart rate. Also rigorous exercise, drugs and emotions can speed up the heart rate. Drugs can also slowdown the heart rate. This drugs are often used during surgical procedures to properly anesthetize patients.

What kind of cell division is used for asexual reproduction by unicellular organisms

Binary Fission

Binary Fission

What is the difference between fast-twitch and slow-twitch muscle fibers

Fast-twitch fibers can deliver a quick burst of power. Slow-twitch fibers can maintain a contraction for a longer time.

Because of the higher energy demands of slow-twitch fibres (due to their more frequent and prolonged usage) they have a higher density of mitochondria for energy and myoglobin to provide oxygen. Meanwhile, fast-twitch fibres tend to have larger stores of glycogen so that vast quantities of energy can be provided at short notice.

What does interval training usually involve

Sets of rapid exercises that get progressively longer.

What is the basic action of any muscle

Contraction

What do aerobic and anaerobic exercises have in common

They both promote physical endurance.

When is the best time to take a resting heart rate

Just after waking in the morning is the best time to take a resting heart rate.

Why was bowling one of the first racially integrated sports

Bowling was one of the first racially integrated sport, because bowling alleys were primarily located in urban areas.

In what way is swimming different from other competitive sports

A swimmer may compete well after the age of 30.

Name three rules of safety when it comes to strength training

Always warm up and cool down during strength training, and focus on form rather than weight. The most important rule of strength training is to always give forty-eight hours recovery between each session.

What will most likely happen if the population of poison dart frogs drops due to a virus

There will be more beetles available for other organisms.

The real answer is Coatis will eat more frogs

Which action has the most harmful impact on the environment

Buying a new plastic water bottle and throwing it away

What is the most likely the cause of the burning a boxer feels in his muscles after jumping rope for an hour

The build up of lactic acid in the muscles is the most likely cause of the burning a boxer feels in his muscles after jumping rope for an hour. Lactic acid is a product of anaerobic respiration.

Which argument could be used to dispute this idea

It can only be used in very specific areas with rivers.

What type of organism can produce energy from the sunlight

Photosynthetic organisms can produce energy from sunlight.

What of the following is a benefit of strength training

all of the above

What happens in meiosis during telophase ll

A total of four daughter cells form

What is the name of the process that does that does not require oxygen

anaerobic , apex

why Match the exercise with the muscle or muscle group it exercises

Bench Press - Pectorals

Leg Raises - Abdominals

Pushdowns - Triceps

Machine Back Press - Shoulders

which of the following is not a symptom of overtraining

Increased Competitiveness

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