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Exercise Physiology with Lt

Use Lt to present introductory through to advanced concepts for undergraduate exercise and sports physiology students. Topics include metabolism, cardio-respiratory effects of exercise and energy expenditure during exercise.

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The Otago Polytechnic School of Nursing uses Lt to increase student engagement and improve pass rates.

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+Aerobic Fitness Testing

Students determine the aerobic power of two volunteers by measuring the maximal rate of oxygen consumption (VO2 max). They also calculate Aerobic power by analyzing gas exchange during exercise with open circuit spirometry.

This lesson requires one of the PowerLabs below

+Anaerobic Fitness Testing

Students measure anaerobic capacity through a Maximum Accumulated Oxygen Deficit (MAOD) test. They also calculate Anaerobic capacity by analyzing oxygen consumption at a work rate 110% above VO2 max and comparing it to previously obtained VO2 max values.

This lesson requires one of the PowerLabs below

+Energy Metabolism

In this lab students will become familiar with the concept of energy expenditure; they will also gain an understanding of indirect calorimetry methods used to analyze substrate metabolism. Students measure the FEO2 and FECO2 during steady state exercise, as well as ventilatory changes and changes in heart rate. Note: This lab requires access to a Gas Analyzer. Douglas bags are used to collect expired gases during exercise.

This lesson requires one of the PowerLabs below

+Introduction to Fitness Testing

In this lab students will become familiar with some of the basic and fundamental measurements taken in fitness testing. They will examine body composition and compare the different methods used for assessment. Students will analyze cardiorespiratory fitness through heart rate and blood pressure, and will assess an individual’s musculoskeletal fitness using a variety of methods.

This lesson requires one of the PowerLabs below

+Cardiorespiratory Effects of Exercise

Record an ECG, blood pressure, and respiratory movements from a healthy volunteer, and compare the recordings made when the volunteer is at rest, during exercise, and immediately after exercise. Students will examine which factors that control heart rate, blood flow and ventilation before, during and after exercise.

This lesson requires one of the PowerLabs below

+Cardiovascular Effects of Exercise

Record an ECG and the finger pulse from a healthy volunteer, and compare the recordings made when the volunteer is at rest and immediately after exercise. Students will examine the factors that control heart rate and blood flow to tissues before, during and after exercise.

This lesson requires one of the PowerLabs below

+Energy Expenditure and Exercise

Students are introduced to the concept of energy expenditure and the methods used to analyze substrate metabolism. Students will measure FEO2 and FECO2 during three different levels of exercise, and will calculated the rate of metabolic energy consumption as a function of mechanical energy expenditure.

This lesson requires one of the PowerLabs below

+Getting Started with Lt

In this module students learn how to record and analyze data in Lt. A "Pre-Lab" lesson shows students what to expect in Lt labs and lets them explore the types of signals they might record. They also practice their data analysis skills prior to the lab, where they record and analyze their own pulse.

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Students can record and analyze physiological signals in Lt using PowerLab, to reinforce theory through experimentation.

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