The function of the physiological systems and their responses to acute and chronic exercise.

Course Details

Human Physiology or Advanced Physiology (CELL 305 or CELL 362 at BYU)
Course Outline
Module 01: Physical Activity and Overview of the Nervous System Module 02: Neural Control of Effector Organs Module 03: Organization and Contraction of Skeletal Muscle Module 04: Skeletal Muscle Fiber Types, Contraction and Adaptations Module 05: The Heart Module 06: Cardiac Dynamics and Blood Flow Module 07: Blood Pressure Dynamics and Oxygen Consumption Module 08: Cardiovascular Responses and Adaptations to Aerobic Exercise Module 09: Introduction to Metabolism Module 10: Metabolism of Carbohydrates Module 11: The Metabolism of Fats and Control of Metabolism Module 12: The Predominant Energy System and Exercise-Induced Fatigue Module 13: Energy Expenditure During and After Exercise Module 14: Fluid and Carbohydrate Consumption Before, During, and After Exercise
Vital Source (eBook) Library
Physiology of Exercise: An Incremental Approach 4E 4th Edition (Required)
by: Pat Vehrs
ISBN: 9011614210283
BYU Academic Publishing
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