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Functional Anatomy

“ In this module the learner will understand the human anatomy - Skeletal system, muscular system, respiratory system and circulatory system. This is a product...”
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What Happens to Your Lungs when you Exercise - The Human Body - A User's Guide - YouTube

“ Legendary rugby coach Mark Bishop explains what happens to your lungs when you exercise. Diagrams show how your lungs turn air into fuel for your muscles. Wa...”
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Everyone should keep these in mind!!!! #fit #workout #exercise #fitness #quote #motivation #inspiration #fitspiration #sweat #work #hard #healthy #food #abs #flatstomach #love #life #live #want #dream #goal #hot #sexy #body #skinny #fat #photooftheday #tagsforlikes #likeback #followback
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Long-term Effects of Exercise

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“ The Beneficial effetcs that long-term regular exercise has on the body”
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A2 Energy Pathways

“ A revision guide for the AQA A2 PE spec for energy systems. Including the ATP - PC System, Alactic anaerobic energy system and the Aerobic energy system ( Kr...”
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A2 PE Ex Phys - ATP-PC System

“ A2 PE Exercise Physiology ATP-PC system - week 2. Make notes and bring to class - you will need this for your exam-based assessment!”
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A2 Exercise Physiology Sliding Filament

sliding filament theory of muscle contraction
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A2 PE - Sliding Filament Theory

“ An introduction to sarcomeres, Z lines, A bands and I bands. An introduction to Actin and myosin proteins within myofibrils.”
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Top 25 Fitness Motivational Quotes

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Top 25 Fitness Motivational Quotes. OolaMoola (“@OolaSeeker: Top 25 Fitness Motivational Quotes. http://t.co/AmOy9g9110. #Oola” my #Oola for today!
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This really helped me keep going this morning :)

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Bolt vs Farah over 600m. The extremes meet, who wins?

Bolt vs Farah over 600m. The extremes meet, who wins? | Fitness | Scoop.it
“ Usain Bolt vs Mo Farah is a match race between the two great athletes at opposite ends of the extreme. Who wins, and the physiology behind it?”
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10 Super Fat Burning Foods Infographic

10 Super Fat Burning Foods Infographic | Fitness | Scoop.it
“ Capsaicin within cayenne as well as other hot peppers stops the formation of fatty tissue by activating an enzyme called AMPK , which plays an important part in energy expenditure and eating behavior.”
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5 Exercises People Hate, but Why You Should Do Them Anyway: Burpees, Planks, Push Ups

5 Exercises People Hate, but Why You Should Do Them Anyway: Burpees, Planks, Push Ups | Fitness | Scoop.it
“ We really hate to do burpees, planks, push ups and other exercises that really push our limits, but personal trainer Pamela Hernandez tells us why we should love the results these activities deliver.” There are three benefits to hiring a personal trainer. The first is accountability. Having someone waiting on you helps insure you get to the gym. The second is structure. We have enough to think about, letting someone else put together the workout is a huge time saver. The third is having someone who pushes you out of your comfort zone and makes you do the exercises you hate. Even the most devoted exerciser has at least one exercise they love to hate. We hate it when we’re doing it, but we love the way we feel or look afterwards. I did an informal poll of my clients and came up with the five exercises they love to hate (and why we should all do them anyway). Read more at http://www.dietsinreview.com/diet_column/11/5-exercises-you-love-to-hate-but-should-do-anyway/#Oi0kD0BDv4gCdGht.99
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Mo v. Bolt: The Physiology - HUMAN PERFORMANCE/PHYSIOLOGY/ENERGY SYSTEMS

Mo v. Bolt: The Physiology - HUMAN PERFORMANCE/PHYSIOLOGY/ENERGY SYSTEMS | Fitness | Scoop.it
Bolt and Farah represent two extremes of physiology with very different characteristics, and it's very difficult to know exactly where the crossover would occur. That said, I think this graph is interesting to consider:

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, August 8, 2013 10:15 PM

What if Bolt and Mo had a race?  Who would win? Where is the 'physiology' crossover? Interesting concept. Doubt it will happen.....

 

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7 Sports Psychology Tips: Building Confidence

7 Sports Psychology Tips: Building Confidence | Fitness | Scoop.it
“1. Emulate positive role models. Modeling fosters desirable emotional states and improves performance. Athletes should identify with a highly skilled competitor who possesses characteristics they want to emulate.”
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Energy Systems in Sport & Exercise - ENERGY SYSTEMS

Energy Systems in Sport & Exercise - ENERGY SYSTEMS | Fitness | Scoop.it
“ Essential guide to energy systems and how they effect the human body during various types of activity... ” YEAR 11&12 HPE
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Introduction to Running Biomechanics

Introduction to Running Biomechanics | Fitness | Scoop.it
“ bi·o·me·chan·ics /ˌbīōməˈkaniks/ Noun The study of the mechanical laws relating to the movement or structure of living organisms. If the above ha”
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Todd Davies's comment, June 5, 2014 7:02 PM
this is a good article. It helps to give us an understing of the running technique
Tanvir Nidzhar's comment, June 5, 2014 7:03 PM
Arash, josh and myself found his useful because it taught us,the correct running motions
Tanvir Nidzhar's comment, June 5, 2014 7:03 PM
Arash, josh and myself found his useful because it taught us,the correct running motions
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Golf, Baseball & Biomechanics: The Underlying Science of Sports

Golf, Baseball & Biomechanics: The Underlying Science of Sports | Fitness | Scoop.it
“ It's Game Six of the 2013 World Series. St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Michael Wacha steps up to the mound and winds up.”
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A2 PE - Pin Diagrams (Biomechanics)

“ A2 PE AQA Applied Physiology (Biomechanics)”
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Gym Tips - Inspirational Health, Fitness and Nutrition

Gym Tips - Inspirational Health, Fitness and Nutrition | Fitness | Scoop.it
Going to the gym can be quite overwhelming for new comers. Take these gym tips into consideration when choosing and going to a gym.
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GetBodySmart: Interactive Tutorials and Quizzes On Human Anatomy and Physiology

“ A study guide to human anatomy, human physiology, anatomy and physiology, and human body systems. Included are many anatomy and physiology quizzes, tutorials, animations, and diagrams.”
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Healthy Numbers For A Healthy Heart Infographic

Healthy Numbers For A Healthy Heart Infographic | Fitness | Scoop.it
“ Blood pressure ranges are normally shown using the systolic number before or over the diastolic pressure in millimeters of mercury. Then the systolic pressure is when the heart is pumping blood out of the ventricle… Read more...”
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Coach, I Can't Do Pull Ups: 7 Tips to Get You There

Coach, I Can't Do Pull Ups: 7 Tips to Get You There | Fitness | Scoop.it
There are tons of pull up strategies out there, but not all of them are getting you stronger. Here are seven tips for achieving that beautiful, dead-hang pull up.
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If You've Got 20 Minutes, You've Got Time to Tabata

If You've Got 20 Minutes, You've Got Time to Tabata | Fitness | Scoop.it
“ If you think you don't have time for a butt-kicking workout this holiday season, think again.” Tabata, a form of high-intensity interval training, can burn up to 13 1/2 calories per minute, meaning just a short workout will leave you sweaty, full of energy, and ready to take on your packed day. Try this under-20-minute Tabata workout from Sports Club/LA trainer Judy Truong; she guarantees it'll leave you feeling "like you've been at the gym all day." After a few minutes of warmup, start with Tabata One, and do each exercise for 20 seconds, resting for 10 seconds before you move on to the next move. Rest up to 30 seconds between each eight-move Tabata series, but make sure you keep rest breaks short to keep your heart rate up.
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