Fueled by fats and proteins.
Produces H+ ions, electrons, CO2, and 2ATP
Electron Transport System
Uses potential energy from H+ ions and electrons to produce up to 32 ATP.
Uses Oxygen to produce water.
Increased injury risk
Loss of appetite.
Loss of motivation.
Irritability and restlessness.
Depletion of energy stores in muscle.
Reduction of muscular performance.
Inability to maintain expected power output.
Depletion of energy stores
Depletion of PC and muscle and liver glycogen stored are one of the main contributors of muscular fatigue.
Accumulation of lactic acid and CO2 in muscle cells causes extreme fatigue and complete loss of muscle function.
During intense exercise lasting 7-45 seconds.
Body fluid balance
fluid loss reduces plasma volume, which result in a decreased blood pressure. This in turn reduces blood flow to the muscles, and means the heart has to work harder. Body temperature then rises and fatigue occurs.