Body Maintenance

Sophie-Rose Corker
Mind Map by , created over 6 years ago

as level dance Mind Map on Body Maintenance, created by Sophie-Rose Corker on 05/13/2013.

Sophie-Rose Corker
Created by Sophie-Rose Corker over 6 years ago
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Body Maintenance
1 Diet
1.1 what to eat
1.1.1 food types protein muscle,tissue development and repair lack of strengh, increase risk of injury Carbohydrates slow release energy 50%-60% of food intake fatigue, weakness, headaches,anxiety, poor coordination Fats feeling full high energy source fast release energy can harm cardiovascular system clog up arteries harm hearts heart disease/heart attack high cholesterol Vitimins proper body functioning lack of Vit.D softening of bones lack of Vit.C scurvy too much of Vit.A harm eyesight too much Vit.D upsets metabolism Minerals producing enzymes and hormomnes control functions lack of iron anaemia lack of iodine low metabolic rate weight loss weight agin lack of calcium brittle bones Water tea,coffee and alcohol increase fluid loss physiologocal process sweat maintain blood volume flush waste from kidneys drink lots dehydration muscle fatigue cramp injury exhaustion
1.1.2 1500 calories a day for normal body functions & minimum exercise dancers need more like 2000
1.1.3 fat can be reduced through exercise and diet reduction not cut completly
1.2 when to eat
1.2.1 not directly before exercise digestion increase blood flow to digestive system reduced blood flow to muscles
1.2.2 before a show a small meal 2 hours before carbohydrates good for slow release energy
1.2.3 avoid sugary substances for long periods of exercise glucose levels peak and then fall fatigue injury
1.3 Dieting
1.3.1 starvation diets dehydrahtion long term damage to tissue & functions
1.3.2 best way to lose weight is calorie control and regular aerobic exercise burns stored fat to provide energy
1.3.3 losing weight is a long term process depends on personal metabolic rate exercise can cause weight gain increased muscle
1.3.4 eating disorders anorexia self strvation bulimia binge eating and vomiting problems with menstrual cycle osteoporosis thinning of bones
1.4 How to eat
1.4.1 balanced diet
1.4.2 stay hydrated always
1.4.3 always eat enough food to give required energy for exercise
1.5 Main aim
1.5.1 maximum energy
1.5.2 minimum body fat
1.5.3 enough variety to ensure efficient body functions and so avoid injury
2 Stress
3 Exercise

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