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KIN 3600

intro & history

What is Human anatomy? Structure of the body, various components & organelles
What is physiology? -Functions of the systems within the body -“How things work"
What is the relation between anatomy and physiology? Structure will determine the function but Function can alter structure (adaptations
Exercise Physiology -Scientific study of the functional responses & adaptations of organisms to acute & chronic exercises and their implication with health, disease, environment, & human performance.
What is Exercise? -Designed to achieve a goal -There is a purpose as to why you are doing such thing
What is Physical Activity? -There is no real purpose -The ability to perform everyday tasks without getting fatigued/tired
Herodicus -Teacher of sports -Father of sports medicine -Developed medicine interest -Says a good environment can help a body heal
Hippocrates -Separated medicine & religion -Father of modern medicine -Discovered message therapy -Created a system to categorize illness -Hippocratic oath by doctors
Claudius Galen -Rome physician -Prescribed exercise based on intensity, duration, and frequency -Father of rehabilitative medicine - plague of Rome -1st to discover arteries carry blood,urine comes from kidneys, textbook of human anatomy and physiology
Andreas Vesalius -1st textbook in physiology -Based on systematic observation & experimentation
Seguin & Lavoisier -Measured O2 consumption (energy transformation) of a young man
La Grarge - 1st textbook of exercise physiology
A.V. Hill -Nobel prize in medicine -Energy source of muscular contraction, glycolysis, lactate production, oxygen deficit
Created by: rmart11



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