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(CN) Muscles

What are the major differences between Type I and Type II muscle fibers (biologically)? Type I: Aerobic, red, tonic, slow twitch, slow-oxidative. Type II: Anaerobic, White, phsic, fast-twitch, fast-glycolytic.
Compare the Functional characteristics of Type I muscle fibers. Type I: Low fatigability, high capillary density, high myoglobin content, smaller fibers, extensive blood supply, large amountt of mitochondria. Basically, red meat. Used for long activities such as running a marathon, swimming, postural muscles.
Describe the functional characteristics of Type II muscle fibers. High fatigability, low capillary density, low myoglobin, larger fibers, less blood supply (than type I), Fewer mitochondria. Used for activities liek the high jump, and sprinting.
Describe the DeLorme exercise protocol. First Set: 10 reps @ 50% 10rep max. Second Set: 10 reps @ 75%. Third Set: 10 Reps @ 100%.
Describe the Oxford strength training protocol. Reverse of Delorme. First Set: 10 reps @ 100% 10 rep max. Second Set: 10reps @ 75%. Third Set: 10reps @ 50%.
Created by: PT Board Exam