Anaerobic Systems (continued)
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Anaerobic Systems (continued)

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    Zachary B.
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    Zachary B.

    What are some chronic training responses to anaerobic systems?

    Rk S.
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    Rk S.

    Anaerobic Systems (continued) Glycolytic capacity training the lactic acid system results in quicker and longer breakdown of glycogen to lactic acid Ventricular thickness anaerobic training results in an increase in the thickness of the heart muscle wall; there is no increase in ventricular size or stroke volume Cardiovascular endurance a small increase in cardiovascular fitness is seen as the aerobic system is used to break down LA and replenish ATP-PC stores Some other changes that occur as a result of anaerobic training are shown below: an increase in force at a given speed no mitochondrial changes (no oxygen involved) capillary density decreases (again, no oxygen required) an increase in contractile proteins (which are your thick and thin filaments) an increase in transmission speed of nerve impulses is seen an increase in motor unit recruitment is seen; the muscle improves its ability to synchronise all motor units within a muscle an increase in the firing rates of motor neurons is seen

    Muhammad S.
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    Muhammad S.

    What is the role of anaerobic system in chronic training response.

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