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Respiratory   effects of exercise
Respiratory   effects of exercise
Respiratory   effects of exercise
Respiratory   effects of exercise
Respiratory   effects of exercise
Respiratory   effects of exercise
Respiratory   effects of exercise
Respiratory   effects of exercise
Respiratory   effects of exercise
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Respiratory effects of exercise

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  • 1. Effects of exercise on body systems – Session 2 Respiratory System
  • 2. Learning outcomes.
    • To gain an understanding of the Effects of exercise on the respiratory system.
    • To discover short term effects and long term effects of exercise on the respiratory system for task 2 of assignment.
  • 3. Task
    • Take a few minutes and write down the effects that exercise will have on your lungs (both long term and short term)
  • 4. Short term effects of exercise.
    • Short term effects of exercise are the body's reaction to exercise immediately after starting until the end of a cool down period.
  • 5. Short term effects of exercise
    • Immediate increase in the rate and depth of breathing .
    • More oxygen to the lungs/more waste product.
    • Increases in the tidal volume.
  • 6. What is Tidal Volume?
    • The Tidal Volume in the lungs is the amount (volume) of air inhaled and exhaled with each normal breath.
    • If we were talking about the cardiovascular system the it would be similar to what?
    • An average tidal volume is around 500ml, if we
  • 7. Long term effects of exercise
    • The long term effects are improvements which occur over weeks, months and years from regular exercising or training.
  • 8. Long term effects of exercise
    • Regular exercise results in:-
    • Respiratory rate lowered at rest and during exercise.
    • Increased lung volume and efficiency
    • Increase in the capillary blood supply to the lungs.
  • 9. Summary.
    • We can now understand the mechanics of breathing and how it is done.
    • What the effects of short term and long term exercise has on the respiratory system.
  • 10. Next session
    • Practical session – Respiratory system

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