BTEC level 3 national sport : performance & excellence by Jennifer Stafford-Brown

By Jennifer Stafford-Brown

Totally up to date to mirror the 2010 BTEC nationwide activity specification, functionality and Excellence pathway, this new version of the bestselling textbook offers scholars with all of the wisdom, realizing and abilities to place them at the route to good fortune with their BTEC nationwide activity qualification. Written through professional senior verifiers who've been concerned with the recent qualification's improvement. BTEC point three nationwide recreation: functionality AND EXCELLENCE moment version offers whole insurance of each point of the qualification and comprises: --clear studying targets and key studying issues --clear format with student-friendly obtainable textual content --expert evaluate guidance --even extra color photographs to supply even larger context for college kids --clear mapping of information and actions to the appropriate cross, advantage and contrast standards --practical case stories associated with evaluation

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There are three energy systems that the body uses to make ATP. They differ in the rate at which they make ATP. At the onset of exercise, we want ATP supplied very quickly. However, if we are on a long walk, we do not need such a fast production of ATP, so the body uses a different energy system to make it. Anaerobic Energy Systems Anaerobic energy systems do not require oxygen. Both the phosphocreatine and lactic acid energy systems are anaerobic. Phosphocreatine energy system At the onset of exercise, the energy system that supplies the majority of ATP is the phosphocreatine system (also known as the creatine phosphate system).

The diaphragm and intercostal muscles contract to allow you to breathe in and out. Q Quick quiz 4 1 Describe which structures air flows through on its way from the mouth to the alveoli. 2 Explain the mechanics of breathing in and out. 3 What happens to tidal volume during exercise? Explain why this occurs. Epiglottis Diffusion Trachea Flattens Inhalation Carbon dioxide Diaphragm Oxygen Gaseous exchange Alveoli 4 Choose a word from the boxes above to answer the following. (a) This gas passes out of the blood stream and into the lungs.

When glucose is broken down, it is converted into a substance called pyruvate. When there is no oxygen present, the pyruvate is converted into lactic acid. This system produces ATP very quickly, but not as quickly as the PC system. Smooth outer membrane Folds (cristae) – Electron Transport Chain takes place here Glucose No oxygen Pyruvate ATP + lactic acid The lactic acid energy system is the one that is producing the majority of the ATP during highintensity exercise lasting between 30 seconds and three minutes, such as an 800 m race.

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