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Transcript: BY; KIMBERLY GARCIA. (: I chose boxing. I chose boxing because it is one of my favorite sports. Boxing is a compact sport. It happens between two people and you only use your fist, unless it's kick boxing. You go rounds and the winner is declared once the referee decides that one of the two can no longer fight. -Newton's First Law of Motion is used in boxing when the boxer is standing in position and stays still until he makes a move. Newton's third law of motion goes into affect when a boxer punches his opponent.. When the boxer punches the other boxer his hand comes right back to position to go in again, why? Because the face blocked it. Resources; Google. (; His fighting style was to "float like a butterfly, & sting like a bee. Muhammad Ali referred to himself as "The Greatest'" As an amateur, he won 100 fights and lost 5. Newton's Third Law of Motion: GIRL BOXER Hitting an opponents head or neck is not allowed. You must have padded gloves on during fight. If you knockdown your opponent, you have to go to the corner while the referrer checks his health out. Holding on to the rope or even your opponent while punching him, it's illegal. There is many rules. Newton's second law is used as a boxer punches. When a boxer punches he wants to gain acceleration in his fist so he can hit hard. Force is equal to mass times acceleration. He was the best heavy weight boxer of all time. BOXING Born in 1942. He got inducted to the International Boxing Hall of fame in 1990. Rules of Boxing: First Law of Motion: Began professional fights in 1960. Muhammad Ali Newton's Second Law.


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Transcript: Alexis Smith LACTIC ACID Glycogen, the stored form of the carbohydrate-derivative glucose, is an essential aspect of the ability of the body to generate fuel for both athletic and sedentary activities. The main storage centers for glycogen are within the liver and the skeletal muscles; approximately twice as much glycogen is stored in the muscles as is retained in the liver. For an athlete who is placing significant demands upon those energy reserves, the consumption of between 8 and 10 grams of carbohydrate per 2.2 lb of body weight optimum per day will be required to keep the glycogen levels normal An Anaerobic Sport The aim of this type of training is to develop the athlete’s tolerance to muscular fatigue due to increases in metabolic buffers Training the lactic acid system involves a special form of interval training that maximally stresses the metabolic pathway at intensities of 85-100% V02 max. It is performed with intervals of 15-40 seconds as well as intervals of 40-90 seconds. Recovery periods are long, as the lactic acid formed leads to fatigue. This training is physically hard and can drastically reduce glycogen Cellular respiration in the presence of oxygen (aerobic respiration) is the process by which energy-rich organic substrates are broken down into carbon dioxide and water, with the release of a considerable amount of energy in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). Anaerobic respiration breaks down glucose in the absence of oxygen, and produces pyruvate, which is then reduced to lactate or to ethanol and CO2 cellular respiration Given that high levels of lactate/hydrogen ions will be detrimental to performance, one of the key reasons for endurance training is to enable the body to perform at a greater pace with a minimal amount of lactate. This can be done by long steady runs, which will develop the aerobic capacity by means of capillarisation (formation of more small blood vessels, thus enhancing oxygen transport to the muscles) and by creating greater efficiency in the heart and lungs. If the aerobic capacity is greater, it means there will be more oxygen available to the working muscles and this should delay the onset of lactic acid at a given work intensity aerobic or anaerobic? Boxing The End Boxing is anaerobic in nature. The sport has been estimated as approximately 70-80% anaerobic and 20-30% aerobic. Anaerobic means to conduct an activity without oxygen. Anaerobic exercise, like boxing, stresses the muscles at a high intensity for short periods of time. ATP glucose

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