Transcript: Muscular system Your respiratory system is all about exchanging gases with the environment. Your respiratory system is made of your nose and mouth, a tube called the pharynx, another tube called the trachea, and your lungs. You have two lungs and the exchange of gases between the circulatory and respiratory systems happens in the lungs. Animals need oxygen (O) to survive. In fact, all organisms need oxygen to complete the process to burning glucose for fuel. Even protists and plants need oxygen, but as you become more active, you need a lot of oxygen. That's where your respiratory system comes in. It's purpose is to bring oxygen into your body. One of the products of cellular respiration is carbon dioxide. Your respiratory system also helps your body get rid of that carbon dioxide. While you have lungs, fish have gills that serve as the location for that transfer of gases. Whatever animal you study, oxygen is taken in and carbon dioxide let out. Main functions include: • Transporting nutrients around the body • Maintaining correct body tempter • Removing wast product, such as carbon dioxide • Veins carry blood to the heart • Arteries carry blood away from the heart Capillaries connect the Veins and the Arteries together. The muscular system makes up nearly half the weight of the human body. •the muscles provide the force that enables the body to move •Muscle stretch across joints to link one bone with another and work in gropes to respond to nerve impulses. •There are 650 skeletal muscles in the body! •Skeletal muscles are attached to the skeletal. •They work in pairs: one muscle moves the bone in one direction and the other moves it back again. •Skeletal muscles are voluntary muscles- in other words we think about what movements we want to make (at least, usually!)and send messages via our nervous system to tell the appropriate+ •Smooth muscle is found in our internal organs. • Smooth muscle can stretch and maintain tension over extended period. •Smooth muscles are involuntary muscles. •As the name should tell you, cardiac muscle is found only in the heart •It can stretch just like just like smooth muscle and contract like Skeletal muscle. •It is a twitch muscle •Like smooth muscle, cardiac muscle is involuntary Skeletal System The Heart RESPIRATORY SYSTEM Exercise helps improve the hearts health and can reverse some heart disease risk factors. The heart, when exercised, becomes stronger, so will pump more blood through the body. It can work at maximum level with less strain. When a person exercises daily the left ventricle of the heart increases in volume to help the demand of overload. A person who exercises often have slower resting pulse.When worked the heart pumps blood quicker as the body is in demand for oxygenated blood. The heart rate should average 60 to 80 beats per minute in an healthy adult. The heart rate increases in direct proportion to the exercise intensity until the maximum heart rate is reached. After exercising the B.P.M (beats per minute) will return to normal resting rate. The more you exercise the quicker it will recover. Body system The muscle cells in the body will use up more oxygen and produce more Carbon dioxide. The lungs will have to work harder to provide Oxygen and also remove Carbon dioxide. There will be an increase in breathing rate at the body will be trying hard to get as much oxygen as possible and to minimize the amount of oxygen debt. This will also happen after exercise as well as the body will have to repay the body's oxygen debt Circulatory system • exercise on the skeletal system are the synovial fluid gets warmer and becomes thinner which enables more movement to take place and you will become less likely to injure yourself which would also improve performance. Exercise also improves your bones and helps your body to produce more mineral salts and more collagenous fibres. When you exercise your muscle tone increases. This is due to the muscles tearing during exercise, the muscles then heal and this leads to a build in your muscle tone. This however happens whilst you are resting not when you are exercising. This happens due to the muscles taking knocks during exercise due to the amount of pressure and tension put on the muscles when. This makes the muscle pick up slight knocks. Once healed, they come back bigger and stronger so that the muscle can cope with that amount of pressure and tension put on it before for another time. The tendons will also get stronger as they are being active. The voluntary muscles will begin to function more efficiently and function at greater ease with regular exercise. This is because the brains reaction time will increase if it is regularly used. The skeletal system works to support your body. Without your skeletal frame, you would be unable to move. Humans are vertebrates, meaning we have bony, articulated (jointed) endoskeletons. An endoskeleton is a frame within the body that offers support as it grows and develops. The
Transcript: Shot put These images show how bio mechanic is used in shot put Meaning What doe bio mechanic means? Bio mechanics in shot put by Baz Moradi Bio mechanics is the sport science field that applies the laws of mechanics and physics to human performance. In the other words, bio mechanics helps to improve techniques in a particular sporting event.
Transcript: Training Principles by PATRICK WARU aerobic energy sytem aerobic fitness Bike Steps up analysis aerobic training zone Treadmill My program jump rope SYSTEM TEST RESULT 1 RATING RESULT 2 RATING Lactic Acid System 300m sprint Time:54.1 - 59 good Time:59.1 - 65 Above average ATP-CP System 30m sprint Time:4:00 Excellent Time:4.6 - 4.5 Below average Aerobic System Multi-stage Level/shuttle: 11.7 Above average Level/shuttle: 13.1 Excellent
Transcript: Suicide Prevention Ethan Lane Suicide Statistics Suicide Statistics Over a five year period from 2012 to 2016, the average number of suicide deaths per year was 2,795. In 2016, preliminary data showed an average of 7.85 deaths by suicide in Australia each day. 2866 people died by suicide (2151 males, 715 females) at a rate of 11.7 per 100,000. The rate of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suicide remains twice as high as the general population, with 162 deaths across the country Facts Facts Dealing With Suicide Dealing With Suicide If you or anyone you know needs help call Lifeline on 13 11 14. LifeLine LifeLine Lifeline helps give support to those who are suffering from thoughts or attempts of suicide. SERVICES SERVICES Lifeline Phone: 13 11 14 www.lifeline.org.au Anyone experiencing a personal crisis or thinking about suicide Available 24/7 Online counselling available at set times - see website for details Suicide Call Back Service Phone: 1300 659 467 www.suicidecallbackservice.org.au Anyone aged 15+ years who is suicidal, caring for someone who is suicidal, bereaved by suicide, or a health professional supporting a suicidal individual Available 24/7 Access up to 6 x 1 hour telephone counselling sessions Online counselling available at set times - see website for details Kids Helpline Phone: 1800 55 1800 www.kidshelp.com.au Young people aged 5-25 years Available 24/7 Web & email counselling MensLine Australia Phone: 1300 78 99 78 www.mensline.org.au Men, all ages Available 24/7 Online & video counselling at set times - see website for details Access up to 6 x 1 hour telephone Community Support Community Support Events Events Toowoomba Out of Shadows - Picnic point walk is to raise money and to keep people aware of who can help. Toowoomba has its own suicide prevention page called ‘Out of the Shadows’ which gives help and support to anyone in the Darling Downs having thoughts about suicide https://www.lifeline.org.au/ Web-Pages to Visit Web-Pages to Visit History History 2015 2010 2016 There were 2,361 deaths from suicide registered in 2010. Rates dropped from 15.7 per 100,000 to 13.9 per 100,000, having the largest impact on the overall rate reduction since the 2015 data release. In 2016 2,866 deaths were all suicides in Australia
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Transcript: Type Two Diabetes Presented by Wilson Cochrane What is It? What is It? Type two diabetes is a condition where a persons body will become resistant to the normal effects of insulin. How is it contracted How is it contracted commonly caused by genetics and a person carrying extra weight. It has been proven that a person's genes are a contributing factor of type 2 diabetes as different parts of a person's DNA can affect how you can create insulin. People who carry extra weight also have a large chance of being able to obtain type two diabetes. The pancreas will then begin to work harder although it will not succeed in sufficiently stopping the blood sugar which means it will stop producing the insulin. be Aware be Aware As obesity is continuing to grow through teenagers and young adults. This could be through healthy eating or through completing a physical or hands on task. A long term effect of type two diabetes includes loss of vision. This can ultimately can cause cataracts in the eyes. Effects on the body long term Effects on the body long term A short term effect of type two diabetes is stated by diabetes.co.uk. “Hypoglycemia is a state of having blood glucose levels that are too low. Hypoglycemia is defined as having a blood glucose level of below 4.0 mmol/l. Symptoms include tiredness, weakness, confusion and a raised pulse rate. If you take blood glucose lowering medication such as insulin , sulfonylureas and post prandial glucose regulators, it is important to treat hypoglycemia immediately to prevent blood glucose levels from going dangerously low." effects on the body short term effects on the body short term Type 1 diabetes as stated by JDRF. "Type 1 diabetes can occur at any age, but is most commonly diagnosed from infancy to the late 30s. With this type of diabetes, a person’s pancreas produces no insulin. It occurs when the body’s own defence system (the immune system) attacks and destroys the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas." NIDDK states. "Type 2 diabetes—the most common form of diabetes—is caused by several factors, including lifestyle factors and genes." the difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes the difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes Diabetes Australia have stated "Evidence, including large-scale randomised control trials, shows type 2 diabetes can be prevented or delayed in up to 58 per cent of cases by maintaining a healthy weight, being physically active and following a healthy eating plan." To promote healthy eating TV advertisments. To also prevent Type Two Diabetes is free memberships to gyms for an extended peroid of time. What Is Being done to prevent type 2 diabetes? What Is Being done to prevent type 2 diabetes? How can tgs and t.r.c better protect? How can tgs and t.r.c better protect? To better protect from type two diabetes GPS schools have sport fixtures. The GPS schools could however add other sports for those who don't enjoy the main sports. The Toowoomba Regional Center can build park gyms and other exercise equipment around various locations. TGS can also adopt a diet and ban unhealthy food throughout the tuckshop. Every day health states that “Eating a proper diet, getting regular cardiovascular exercise, and losing or maintaining a healthy weight can help your heart. Plus, following these healthy habits can help control blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol, all of which can lower your risk of heart disease.” Conclusion Conclusion Type two diabetes is growing throughout Australia and A major cause is through an unhealthy lifestyle and diet. The Toowoomba Grammar School must adopt a compulsory program where each boy attending the school must complete at least two GPS sports. For those who are not able to complete a sport they must attend the school gymnasium once a week for one hour for two terms. Type 2 diabetes is an enormous problem that we as childeren going into adulthood are continually facing.
Transcript: Tests included: Beep Test Sit-Ups (1min) Push-Ups (1min) Sit and Reach Standing Long Jump http://www.topendsports.com/testing/beep-train.htm http://www.livestrong.com/article/193006-ideal-weight-for-triathletes/ http://www.fitday.com/fitness-articles/fitness/cardio/4-steps-to-reaching-max-aerobic-fitness.html#b http://www.wisegeek.org/what-is-continuous-training.htm http://www.runnersworld.com/race-training/whats-difference-between-fartlek-tempo-and-interval-runs Strengths: Bike Leg Run Leg Test 2 Result Rating Beep Test 7.4 Satisfactory Push ups (1Min) 20 Satisfactory Sit Ups (1Min) 45 Satisfactory Standing Long Jump (cm) 230 High Sit and Reach (mm) 10.0 High Training Methods Fitness Components Improvement Body Composition Height 187cm, Weight 77.0kg BMI 22.3 15.2 kg Fat Mass (19.7%), 58.7kg Muscle Mass Thank you for watching :D Weaknesses: Swim Leg, Poor Cardiovascular Endurance Triathlon Time: 1hr, 2min and 28 sec Swim: 15min,25.04sec Transition 1: 2min,06.80sec Bike: 27min,28.59sec Transition 2: 33.56sec Run: 16min,54.00sec Plyometric Training Continuous Training Weight Training Interval Training Brick Training Pre-Data Muscular Endurance Body Composition Height 187cm, Weight 73.6kg BMI 22.0 15.1 kg Fat Mass (20.5%), 55.6kg Muscle Mass Those Which are Relevant to Triathlon: Body Composition Collection of Endurance Data Continuous Training Weight Training Fartlek Training References Mitchell Bruinewoud Strengths and Weaknesses The fitness components are assets that people must improve to physically prepare for sport and competition. They are the core elements of exercise and physical activity. Two types including Health and Sport. Body Scans were completed at Snap Fitness Post Data How I aimed to fix these weaknesses: Training based more directly towards Swimming Secondly Training based towards the improvement of Cardiovascular Endurance HPE Endurance Cardiovascular Endurance Test 1 Result Rating Beep Test 6 Poor Push ups (1Min) 20 Satisfactory Sit Ups (1Min) 31 Poor Standing Long Jump(cm) 215 Satisfactory Sit and Reach (mm) 5.0 Satisfactory Training I did in preparation for the Triathlon
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