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Aerobic vs Anaerobic

NASM 4th Edition: Chapter 4 Metabolism difference of aerobic and anerobic

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what is the metabolic pathways in which cells can generate ATP ATP-PC System
what is the metabolic pathways in which cells can generate ATP Glycolysis
what is the metabolic pathways in which cells can generate ATP The Oxidative System
What is the fastest way to get ATP, occurs without oxygen (anaerobic), provides energy for high intensity, short duration bouts, used in power and strength when loads are heavy and few reps (10-15 sec) ATP-PC System
What is the anerobic means of producing ATP through chemical breakdown of glucose (anaerobic glycolysis), limited first 30-50 sec… Glycolysis
What is the most complex of the 3 energy systems, uses substrates with the aid of oxygen to generate ATP, all are aerobic processes. is long term-because everyone has ample supply of storage fat The Oxidative System
What is the oxidative/aerobic systems of the oxidation system called Aerobic glycolysis
What is the oxidative/aerobic systems of the oxidation system called The Krebs cycle
What is the oxidative/aerobic systems of the oxidation system called The electron transport chain (ETC)
What is the substrates molecules is chemically released in the cells and stored in the form of a high-energy compound called adenosine triphosphate (ADP) Carbs, fats, and proteins
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