Functional Anatomy Lab

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Introduction to Functional Anatomy and Exercise Physiology lab Report Name Institution Introduction The human body is made up of interconnected systems that work together to produce different body functions. The systems are interdependent of each other hence playing a significant role in every single body function achieved. The human body systems are categorized into three primary divisions; physiology, anatomy, and neurology, based on their functions. Sports and exercises play a significant role in body functioning as they involve a coordination of various body systems. The anatomy is used to understand and predict how the body responds to stimuli and how it is able to maintain conditions in a presence of changing environment. Physiology,…show more content…
Lactate threshold is one of the critical determinants of better performance in endure-related activities especially sports and exercises. Therefore, the main objective of endurance training programs is to improve this parameter (Ziogas et al., 2011). The lactate level measurement is also used in the prescription of exercises and assessing effects of physical training and therapy (Ammann et al., 2014). Therefore, the practical applications of the lactate blood level concentration are in clinical physiology and sporting activities. References Ammann, B. C., Knols, R. H., Baschung, P., de Bie, R. A., & de Bruin, E. D. (2014). Application of principles of exercise training in sub-acute and chronic stroke survivors: a systematic review. BMC neurology, 14(1), 167. Borg, G. (1998). Borg's perceived exertion and pain scales. Human kinetics. Graham, T. E. (1984). Mechanisms of blood lactate increase during exercise. Physiologist, 27(4), 299-303. Goodwin, M. L., Harris, J. E., Hernández, A., & Gladden, L. B. (2007). Blood lactate measurements and analysis during exercise: a guide for clinicians. Journal of diabetes science and technology, 1(4),…show more content…
A., & Borstad, J. (2017). Therapeutic exercise: foundations and techniques. Fa Davis. Krivoshchekov, S. G., & Divert, G. M. (2001). Principles of physiological regulation of the body functions in incomplete adaptation. Human Physiology, 27(1), 115-121. Kravitz, L., & Dalleck, L. (2005). Lactate threshold training. Network, The Official Magazine of Australian Fitness Network, Autumn, 27-30. Lagally, K. M., Robertson, R. J., Gallagher, K. I., Goss, F. L., Jakicic, J. M., Lephart, S. M., ... & Goodpaster, B. (2002). Perceived exertion, electromyography, and blood lactate during acute bouts of resistance exercise. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 34(3),

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