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Exercise Physiology

Exercise Physiology examines how physical activity influences the body’s cardiovascular system, endochrine system, and musculoskeletal system. Exercise tests are usually performed under constant or increasing workloads. Constant workloads are designed for subjects to reach a steady state of gas exchange, ventilation and heart rate, thereby investigating cardiopulmonary function under constant metabolic demand. Increasing work loads are used to reach exhaustion in the subject and determine a maximal level of oxygen.

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