Exercise Physiology: Theory and Application to Fitness and Performance - 10th Edition - by Scott K Powers, Edward T Howley - ISBN 9781259870453
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Exercise Physiology: Theory and Applica...
10th Edition
Scott K Powers, Edward T Howley
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9781259870453

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Overview of the circulatory system: The main function of the circulatory system is to circulate the...The primary function of the pulmonary system is to ensure the normal levels of oxygen (O2) and...Acid: An acid is a molecule that releases the hydrogen ions and thus increases the concentration of...The organisms including the humans and other animals maintain a constant body core temperature is...Overload: The term “overload” indicates either an organ system or tissue (cardiovascular or skeletal...CriteriaInfectious diseaseDegenerative diseaseCauseInfectious disease often occurs due to invasion...The sequences of steps in the procedures for evaluating cardiorespiratory fitness are as follows:...The major difference between the physical activity and exercise is given as follows:...The differences between type 1 and type 2 diabetes are as follows: CriteriaType 1 diabetesType 2...RDA: Recommended dietary allowance denotes the average daily dietary nutrient intake level that is...The factors that affect maximal performance are as follows: Balanced diet. Water intake. Energy...The factors that determine the effectiveness of a physiological test of athletic performance are...Sport-specific training is required to be followed to achieve maximum output by an athlete. The main...The performance of female athletes is associated with a wide spectrum of menstrual dysfunction. The...Carbohydrate is a class of biomolecules that are made of sugars and saccharides. Carbohydrate plays...Atmospheric pressure is defined as the pressure exerted by the atmosphere of the Earth at any given...Ergogenic aids are also referred to as performance-enhancing substances (PES) because ergogenic aids...

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