I chose the 400 meter run to be the exercise that specifically utilizes the glaciology pathway. The glaciology pathway Is also anaerobic. In this sprint you will be running 400 meters as fast as you can for about a minute. Due to the nature of the exercise the TAP/CUP pathway Is also utilized but Is not the goal pathway we are trying to utilize. The glaciology pathway lasts for about one to two minutes of maximum exertion. If the maximum effort Is exerted for more than two minutes the oxidative pathway will start to be utilized.
The last exercise In our outing Is the 3000 meter Rower. Leers remember that all three pathways will be utilized in the rower, due to the nature of the exercise. The rower was chosen due to it utilizing the oxidative pathway directly though. The oxidative pathway is aerobic. After about two minutes of rowing, the body starts utilizing the oxidative pathway. This utilization will continue until the work out completes.
Week 3 Assignment I started with conducting the posture test on myself. I am a Bibb, 29 year old male. I started by placing the back of my heels against a wall.
My body naturally aligned properly, except for my head. From my heels, calves, buttocks, and upper back rested comfortable against the wall. I seem to have a slight anterior tilt from the base of my neck. I feel tightness in my neck most of the time. It seems my cervical extensors and upper trapeziums are the tight muscles I have. It makes sense due to the workouts I normally do. I very rarely work my neck floor muscles. I plan on doing isometric neck exercises to strengthen. My subject is a 43 year old male. I first noticed a significant anterior tilt in his Elvis.
I thought it looked like Loris’s. Before the postural check started, or before he knew what was going on I asked if he had tightness in his lower back. He said, “Yes, but only when I stand for a few minutes. ” I asked him to place his heels against the wall and then stand normally. His natural curvature allowed his heels, buttocks, upper body and head to touch the wall without any guidance. No matter how much he tried he could not touch with his calves. I directed him to roll his pelvis forward. This corrected the issue.
He had mentioned to me that the tightness he was feeling In his back was gone. I recommended he do cross leg crunches and reminded him to continue stretching his hip fellers. On a separate note, I also noticed he was bow legged. He was asking me the correlation with being bow legged and knee pain. After some research on my own I have found some exercises that would help strengthen the knee. (Single Leg Squat, Hamstring curls, and Wall Sit). Any other Ideas? TAP/CUP Pathway By backhanding utilizes the glaciology pathway. The glaciology pathway is also anaerobic.
In this the nature of the exercise the TAP/CUP pathway is also utilized but is not the goal minutes of maximum exertion. If the maximum effort is exerted for more than two minutes the oxidative pathway will start to be utilized. The last exercise in our routine is the 3000 meter Rower. Let’s remember that all three pathways will be miss, but only when I stand for a few minutes. ” I asked him to place his heels against in his back was gone. I recommended he do cross leg crunches and reminded him to Hamstring curls, and Wall Sit). Any other ideas?
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