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Ex. Phys. History

Who kicked off Physiology and Exercise Physiology? AV Hill
Who described how energy metabolism works? AV Hill
Who looked at environmental stresses? Dill
Who looked into what heat and altitude does to body during exercise? Dill
Who opened up the body to get samples from athletes? Hohwu, Christnesen, Astrand and Saltin
Out of the 4 who are the mentors of who? Hohwu-Christensen, Astrand and Saltin? Hohwu-Christensen were mentors of Astrand and Saltin
Who created Exercise Physiology lab in University of Illinois? Cureton
Who reported that American kids were in worse shape than European kids? Kraus, Hershlen?
What was formed to be an Organization of physicians, researchers, and educators? ACSM
ACSM stands for? American college of Sports Medicine
Who introduced needle biopsy for taking samples of athletes? Bergstrom
Who used needle biopsy to look at all the different chemicals in muscle tissues? Gollnick
Who published his 1st book on aerobics which influenced being healthy cardiovascularly? Kenneth Cooper
What increased the number of labs and research done in both USA and Scandinavia? Era of Rapids Expansions (1970s)
Who took a turn and started looking into more athletics and what rehabilitation does in the preventions of injuries? 1980s Athletes and Rehabilitation
When government thought everyone was getting unhealthy so they came out with the book "Healthy People 2000" 1990s Application to Health
When Us Surgeon general came out with report emphasizing physically active lifestyles? !996 US Surgeon General
NCPPA stands for? National Coalition for Promoting Physical Activity
a one time injury with short term recovery? acute injury
(longitudinal injury) happens over a long period of time? Chronic Injury
States that everyone is different , and you cant expect the same results out of everyone? The Principle of Individuality
states that specific exercises cause specific results? The Principle of Specificity
States You better use it or you will lose it? The Principle of Disuse
(going beyond what normally used to) states that you should progressively get used to a certain distance? The Principle of Progressive Disuse
states that you should have hard days mixed in with easy days or you should switch off body parts? The Principle of Hard/Easy
states that you should get ready for a time to peak? The Principle of Periodization: macrocycle and mesocycles
Research done over a long duration of time with the same people? Longitudinal Studies
Research that uses a sample of a large population (1test- 1 time) to find out what kind of shape they are in? Cross-Sectional Studies
Research done in a controlled environment where everything if the same is usually done where? Laboratory
Research done by going out and bringing smaller equipment with you is usually done where? field
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