Compared to moderate intensity exercise, the EPOCis greater during high-intensity exercise because (51)Heat production and body temperature arehigherPC is depleted to a greater extent and moreO, is required for its resynthesisHigher blood lactate levels mean more O,is required for lactate conversion to glucosein gluconeogenesis, even if only 20% of thelactate is involvedEpinephrine and norepinephrine levels aremuch higher.

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Why would heat production and body temperature and epinephrine and norepinephrine levels have an effect on the amount of Oxygen a person takes in?

Compared to moderate intensity exercise, the EPOC
is greater during high-intensity exercise because (51)
Heat production and body temperature are
higher
PC is depleted to a greater extent and more
O, is required for its resynthesis
Higher blood lactate levels mean more O,
is required for lactate conversion to glucose
in gluconeogenesis, even if only 20% of the
lactate is involved
Epinephrine and norepinephrine levels are
much higher.
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Compared to moderate intensity exercise, the EPOC is greater during high-intensity exercise because (51) Heat production and body temperature are higher PC is depleted to a greater extent and more O, is required for its resynthesis Higher blood lactate levels mean more O, is required for lactate conversion to glucose in gluconeogenesis, even if only 20% of the lactate is involved Epinephrine and norepinephrine levels are much higher.

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