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  • 1.  Action utilize oxygen already in the body , and the higher power output cannot last more than about time.  Anaerobic phase becauase no ingestion of oxygen is required.
  • 2. The body quickly becomes oxygen deficient during the anaerobic phase and requires oxygen from the lungs to maintain its activity.
  • 3.  Take a short walk around the block  Rake leaves  Play actively with the kids  Walk up the stairs instead of taking the elevator  Mow the lawn  Take an activity break--get up and stretch or walk around  Park your car a little farther away from your destination
  • 4.  Brisk walking  Jogging  Bicycling  Swimming  Aerobic dancing  Racket sports  Rowing  Ice or roller-skating  Cross-country or downhill skiing  Using aerobic equipment (i.e., treadmill, stationary bike)
  • 5.  Actions that initiate the anaerobic phase are e accommpanied by other actions that make possible the long- term production of energy in the aerobic phase.
  • 6.  Sweat production to dissipate thermal energy.  Rapid breathing.  Dilation of air passageways.
  • 7.  Compare the amount of oxygen consumed in 1 hour by a cyclist traveling at 21 km/hr with that used by a person sleeping .What would you expect the ratio of the respiratory rates to be in these two activites?
  • 8. Rate of oxygen (O2) consumption when cycling Lo2 =( 2.0 liters O2/min)(60 min) = 120 liters O2 cycling And for sleeping Lo2 = (0.24 liter O2/ min)(60min) = 14 .4 liters O2 sleeping The ratio is 120 liters O2 =8.33 14.4 liters O2
  • 9. Raquel Jane M. Sayson BEED-Generalist