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  1. stored in muscles, is added to ADP when ATP is broken down, is used to regain energy.
    -Has a life of about 20-30 sec. but is regenerated in about 3 minutes.
  2. -aerobic production of ATP is called oxiditave phosphorylation
    - occurs inside the mitochondria
  3. 1. Glucose→ 2 pyruvate or 2 lactate
    2. ADP→ 2 ATP
  4. -krebs cycle (citris acid cycle)
    -primary purpose is to remove hydrogen ions (oxidation) from carbs, fats and proteins
    - O2 is used to produce hydrogen ions
  5. -buffering hydrogen ions increases performance and recovery in activities that increase IM acidity
    -endurance & sprint training increase buffering capabilities

4 True/False Questions

  1. Intramuscular glycogen adaptations to exercise-Increases in Intramuscular Glycogen affect glycolic and aerobic production of ATP
    -Endurance training increases IM glycogen
    -Weight & sprint activities: increases & no change in glycogen
    -Factors affecting IM glycogen in weight & sprint activities:
    o Length of training program
    o Type of training

          

  2. Interaction of subtrates-all systems work at same time to produce ATP, some take more time to generate ATP
    -more intense activity, short duration- anaerobic energy sources
    -less intense/ long duration makes use of aerobic energy sources
    -no one sourse wrkjs at one time, gradual transition from one to another

          

  3. Adenosine Triphosphatestored in muscles, is added to ADP when ATP is broken down, is used to regain energy.
    -Has a life of about 20-30 sec. but is regenerated in about 3 minutes.

          

  4. endergonicYields energy

          

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