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An amateur athlete is training to complete a Marathon, the energy system they will use is?
CHO + O2 = Energy + H20 + CO2 is this equation correct for the Anaerobic system
When an athlete breaths in, the diaphragm has relaxed and flattened?
Gaseous exchange occurs in which respiratory structure
The blood returning to the heart from the body is deoxygenated.
The left ventricle is slightly larger and stronger than the right ventricle.
As we exercise so our respiratory and circulatory system speed up.
The air that is left in the lungs after we have forcefully exhaled is called.
When sprinting the 400m the fit athlete experiences a faster build up of lactic acid in their muscles.
The nasal cavity has a function of drying out the inhaled air to make it easier to breath.
The function of this component of the blood is to stop the body bleeding by forming a clot at the injured area.
White Blood Cells
The big vessel that carries blood from the heart to the body is called the
Which vessel carries oxygenated blood
The volume of blood that is pumped by the heart in one minute represents the?
Bradycardia is defined as?
The increased size and strength of the heart
The lowering of the resting heart rate
Heart rate increases, ventilation rate goes up, skin temperature increases and blood shunting are all effects of
Short term exercise
Long term exercise
EPOC - stands for Excess, Post - exercise, Oxygen, Consumption?
Intercoastal muscles are found in the circulatory system helping distribute oxygenated blood to the body?
The left and right Atria of the heart, pump blood to the lungs and body.
An 'oxygen debt' occurs after prolonged exercise like a marathon and requires time to pay back the large amount of oxygen used?