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Nutrition and Energy Systems
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Energy Systems and their sport
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Taken from Elitefts.com Here's a chart by Seluyanov that details some information about work to rest ratios and energy systems
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Assessment statement

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3.1.1

List the macro and micronutrients.

1

3.1.2

Outline the functions of macro and micronutrients

2

3.1.3

State the chemical composition of a glucose molecule

1

3.1.4

Identify a diagram representing the basic structure of a glucose molecule

2

3.1.5.

Explain how glucose molecules can combine to form disaccharides and polysaccharides

3

3.1.6

State the composition of a molecule of triglycerol

1

3.1.7

Distinguish between a saturated and unsaturated fatty acid

3

3.1.8

State the chemical composition of a protein molecule

1

3.1.9

Distinguish between an essential and non-essential amino acid

2

3.1.10

Describe current recommendations for a healthy balanced diet

2

3.1.11

State the approximate energy per 100g of carbohydrate, lipid, and protein

1

3.1.12

Discuss how the recommended energy distribution of the dietary macronutrients differs between endurance athletes and non-athletes.

3

 

 

 

 

Assessment statement

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3.3.1

Annotate a diagram of the ultrastructure of a generalized animal cell

2

3.3.2

Annotate a diagram of the ultrastructure of a mitochondrion

2

3.3.3

Define the term Cell Respiration

1

3.3.4

Explain how adenosine can gain and lose a phosphate molecule

3

3.3.5

Explain the role of ATP in muscle contraction

3

3.3.6

Describe the re-synthesis of ATP by the ATP-CP system

2

3.3.7

Describe the production of ATP by the lactic acid system

2

3.3.8

Explain the phenomena of oxygen deficit and oxygen debt

3

3.3.9

Describe the production of ATP from glucose and fatty acids by the aerobic system

2

3.3.10

Discuss the characteristics of the three energy systems and their relative contributions during exercise

3

3.3.11

Evaluate the relative contributions of the three energy systems during different types of exercise

3

 

PDF Physical Activity Participation and Physiological Performance   --  Good PPT that references ATP, Anaerobic and Aerobic energy systems. Parallels Pg. 67-74 in the book, and also some of the images I placed on our Unit 3 page.