ACSM's Certification Review, 3rd Edition by Khalid W. Bibi, American College of Sports Medicine, Michael

By Khalid W. Bibi, American College of Sports Medicine, Michael G. Niederpruem

ACSM's Certification evaluate is a assessment handbook for applicants short of an ACSM credential together with ACSM qualified healthiness health expert (HFS), the ACSM medical workout professional (CES), and the ACSM qualified own coach (CPT) certifications. content material relies at the wisdom, abilities, and talents (KSAs) present in ACSM's directions for workout checking out and Prescription.

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The principal expiratory muscles, shown on the right, include the internal intercostal muscles and the abdominal muscles (rectus, transverse, and internal and external oblique muscles). (From ACSM’s Resource Manual for Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, 5th ed. ) abdominal and internal intercostals muscles contract to more forcefully collapse the size of the thoracic cavity and drive air out of the lungs (Figure 2-3). C. RESPONSES TO EXERCISE AND TRAINING ˙E) 1. Minute ventilation (V a.

The metabolic by-products that result from oxidative phosphorylation are water and carbon dioxide, which have no fatiguing effects on working muscle. In activities lasting more than 3 minutes, and where intensity is limited, muscles primarily rely on oxidative metabolism to produce ATP. Although a prolific producer of ATP, this system is disadvantaged because it is relatively slow in synthesizing the ATP demanded by exercising muscle. Moreover, should inadequate oxygen be delivered to the working muscle, it will also depend on the nonoxidative system to produce energy resulting in lactate accumulation.

CHAPTER > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 2 Exercise Physiology 3. Endurance training has been shown to increase the capacity of the oxidative system to produce ATP. This is directly attributed to the increased mitochondrial density noted in muscle that has undergone prolonged endurance training. Indeed, it appears that as much as a doubling of mitochondrial content can occur in trained muscle, leading to a similar increase in the enzymes and other proteins involved in the oxidative synthesis of ATP.

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