As the level of intensity of exercise increases, the body reaches a point where the level of oxygen within the cell’s mitochondria is not sufficient. Since there is not enough available oxygen, the pyruvate produced by glycolysis cannot be oxidized. Furthermore, since energy production must continue, ATP production from glycolysis must increase.
Do individuals choose a sport to participate in based on their personality? Most psychology research studies and sports psychology textbooks talk about the fact that the majority of athletes or exercisers will choose the type of sport of their preference based on their personality. That is, if someone is introverted, patient, or calm, they will […]
Hello Team NESTA! As you know, you are well on your way to becoming the next top trainer or fitness coach in your area! In addition to a credential and certification, there are a handful of characteristics that will make a huge difference in your training and coaching business, and the continued loyalty of your […]
You can likely think of 3 to 4 experts in your training or coaching niche that are true standouts. Why do they stand out? Why do you know their name? How did they gain this recognition and the opportunities that come with it? There are some simple (often free) and easy tricks you can do […]
Energy in Relation to Biomechanics Energy is a form of force (capacity to do work). Total energy expenditure and rate of energy expenditure (power output) are important considerations for exercise programs and training programs. Work done and the time taken to complete this work is the essence of power output i.e. power flow that is […]