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PHYSIOLOGY

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  1. PHYSIOLOGY Milan Mojzis Building A34/office no.207 2047 Office hours: Via email Milan.mojzis@fsps.muni.cz

  2. Conditions for completing: • Attendance (max. 3 absence) • Protocols • Written test?

  3. Content of lessons

  4. Introduction to human physiology and exercise physiology The physiology of man is concerned with the study of functions of the organ systems. The physiology of exercise deals with the study of an organism in the course of a movement activity. It studies functional changes taking place during the physical exercise.

  5. FACTORS OF ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE • TECHNIQUE • SpecialSkills • MovementSkills • PSYCHE • Motivation • Emotion • Adaptation • SOMATIC FACTORS • Somatotype • Height, weight, %fat • Musclefibers (SO, FG) • TACTIC • AnalyticAbilities • TacticalThinking • Foresight • MOTOR ABILITIES • Speed (max. speed, reaction, …) • Strength (max. strenght, isometric, …) • Endurance (speed, strenghtendurance, …) • Coordination • Flexibilty • ANT • VO2MAX • Economy

  6. FACTORS OF SPRINT • TECHNIQUE • start fromstartingblocks • sprint step (frequency, length) • PSYCHE • Motivation • Emotion • Hothead • SOMATIC FACTORS • Somatotype: mesomorph • Tall, no fat • Musclefibers (FG, FOG) • TACTIC • concentrationbeforerace • MOTOR ABILITIES • Speed (maximal speed, reaction speed) • Strength (dynamicstrength) • Coordination • Flexibiltyofjoints

  7. FACTORS OF DISTANCE and MARATHON RUNING • PSYCHE • Motivation • Emotion • Activephlegmatic • TECHNIQUE • Running step • SOMATIC FACTORS • Somatotype: ectomorph • no fat • Musclefibers (SO, FOG) • TACTIC • TacticalThinking • Distributionofpower • MOTOR ABILITIES • Endurance (specialendurance, speed endurance, strenghtendurance) • Coordination • ANT • VO2MAX • Economy

  8. What is Exercise Training? The repeated use of exercise to improve physical fitness. Adaptations to Exercise Acute adaptations The changes in human physiology that occur during exercise or physical activity. Chronic Adaptations The alterations in the structure and functions of the body that occur in response to the regular completion of physical activity and exercise.