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    Hester Baumann
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    No, humans are not capable of sweating milk. Sweat is produced by sweat glands in the skin and consists mostly of water, salts, and small amounts of other compo
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    What makes a trampoline bouncy?

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    A trampoline is bouncy due to its strong, flexible material, typically a nylon or polypropylene woven fabric, stretched tightly over a frame of springs. When yo
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    This principle states that your bodies will physiologically adapt according to whether you are training aerobically or anaerobically?

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    The principle you are referring to is the principle of specific adaptation to imposed demands (SAID). This principle states that the body will adapt specificall
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    Sweat on one side of body?

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    Sweating on one side of the body could be due to a condition called unilateral hyperhidrosis, where excessive sweating occurs on one specific side. This could b
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    When you get the wind knocked out of you?

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    Getting the wind knocked out of you usually happens due to a sudden impact to the abdomen or chest, causing a temporary loss of breath. It’s a common but alarmi
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    Why is it necessary to frequently update a workout program?

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    If you continually repeat the same workout, you muscles will build a muscle memory. Meaning they will become so adapted to the workout that it would be almost u
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    What are the organs involved in running?

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    The main organs involved in running are the heart, lungs, muscles, and bones. The heart pumps oxygen-rich blood to the muscles, the lungs provide oxygen to the
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    Muscle cells in oxygen deprivation convert pyruvate to?

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    Muscle cells in oxygen deprivation convert pyruvate to lactate through a process called anaerobic glycolysis. This allows for the generation of ATP in the absen
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    How does age affect body temperature?

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    Generally, body temperature tends to decrease with age due to a slowing metabolism. However, in older adults, the body’s ability to regulate temperature may be
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    Two products formed during the electron transport chain?

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    The two main products formed during the electron transport chain are ATP (adenosine triphosphate) and water. ATP is the primary energy molecule produced during
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    If you wanted to increase your clothespin-squeezing rate would you exercise or resting before?

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    Exercising before would be more beneficial for increasing your clothespin-squeezing rate. Exercise helps increase blood flow and muscle activation, which can en
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    Can steroids make you fat?

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    Steroids can lead to weight gain by increasing appetite, water retention, and promoting muscle mass growth. However, not all weight gain from steroid use is fat
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    Do you produce more co2 before or after exercise?

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    During exercise, your body produces more CO2 as a result of increased metabolism and the need for ketogen tropfen Erfahrungen more oxygen to fuel your muscles. This increased metabolism re
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    Explain the probable homeostatic responses to changes in the internal environment during exercise?

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    During exercise, the body temperature may rise due to increased metabolic activity. To regulate this, the body increases sweat production to cool down. Addition
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    What is Vo2 peak?

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    VO2 peak, also known as peak oxygen uptake, refers to the maximum rate at which an individual can consume oxygen during intense exercise. It is commonly used as
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    Can you die from a resting pulse rate of 163?

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    Yes you can. Normal heart rate is 60-100. When the heart is beating faster than that it is just like if you were to take off running as fast as you can down the
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    What is pay fixation?

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    Pay fixation is the process of determining an employee’s salary in a new position or grade within an organization. It involves calculating the new pay based on
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    How many floors are equal to a mile?

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    It would take about 160 floors to equal one mile. This is based on an average height of 10 feet per floor.

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