For this assignment, you will need to change your level of physical activity: increase it, decrease it, or simply change what you do. For most students, I expect you will want to increase or change your level of activity. For some students, health or training schedules may dictate that a decrease in activity is more appropriate. You will make predictions about how your body will react to the change, and report any observations you can make. Assume your current fitness level is that of an advanced weightlifter that trains daily For each section below write between one and three paragraphs. The length of each section will depend on how you plan to change your activity and how it does or does not apply. Each section is worth 5 points for a total of 50 points. Section 1: Starting Fitness and Training Rationale Describe your fitness level before starting your change. This can be qualitative (I find it difficult to run 5 miles) or better yet, quantitative (I can run 5 miles in 62 minutes, my bicep curl 1RM is 35lb, my resting heart rate is 78 BPM, etc). Please consider as many parameters as you can. Describe your change, why you chose it, your training plan, and your rationale for that training plan. Include any limitations to your training plan. For example, maybe you would be more likely to reach your goal if you could train 5 days a week but your busy schedule will not allow it, or maybe you have a pre-existing condition that prevents you from certain training regimes. Your goal should be safe and challenging but attainable. Please consider all aspects of your health and lifestyle. I would recommend checking with your physician if you are at all unsure. For some students aspiring to take the stairs rather than the elevator may be an appropriate goal, for others completing an ironman may be suitable. Ultimately your training goal should last a minimum of 4 weeks. Section 2: Muscles How will you be using your muscles during your training? Consider which fiber types will be targeted and why. In which muscles (should use correct anatomical names) will you expect to see changes? What will change and why? Be sure to give full physiological explanations of how changes occur. Section 3: Skeleton How will you be using your skeleton during your training? Consider what types of forces (tension, compression, torsion) you will be adding to your skeleton. Which bones (should use correct anatomical names) will be experiences the greatest forces? What will change and why? Be sure to give full physiological explanations of how changes occur. Section 4: Nervous System How you will use your nervous system during your training? Which regions of your nervous system will be utilized the most? What, if anything, will change in your nervous system and why? Section 5: Energetics What energy substrate will you be using during your activity? How will that energy substrate be metabolized (aerobically? Anaerobically? Combination?) Section 6: Cardiovascular How will you be using your cardiovascular system during your training? What will change and why? Be sure to give full physiological explanations of how changes occur. How will cardiovascular functioning differ during acute exercise and show long term changes as a result of chronic exercise? Section 7: Respiratory How will you be using your respiratory system during your training? What will change and why? Be sure to give full physiological explanations of how changes occur. How will respiratory functioning differ during acute exercise and show long term changes as a result of chronic exercise? Section 8: Special Considerations How does your age, sex, or typical exercise environment affect your body’s response to exercise? Discuss both in terms of acute and chronic exercise. For instance, how does being young affect your performance during a particular exercise bout and how does it affect the changes you will see in your body due to your training? Section 9: Injuries If you experienced any injuries while training describe them completely and explain your treatment plan and describe its effectiveness. If you did not experience any injuries while training explain what you did (or should have done) to prevent injuries. Also describe an injury you may have been at risk for considering the activities you were doing. Section 10: Results How do the results of your training plan compare to your predictions? You do not need to discuss each body system (i.e. muscles, skeleton, etc) in great detail. You can choose the most notable in your mind. For instance, you may have noticed the greatest difference in your ability to predict ball placement (nervous system) or in your resting heart rate (cardiovascular system). Graphs and Tables are encouraged to help you show your data. If you were unable to complete the training plan explain why and how you could ensure you are more successful next time. If there is anything else you’d like to tell me about this experience I��d love to hear about it here.
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