3. A tissue composed of fibers capable of contracting to effect bodily movement.
5. utilization is generally paragraph defining the use of substances and methods prohibited in sport
7. The chemical processes occurring within a living cell or organism that are necessary for the maintenance of life
10. category of physical activity that is quantified by volume, intensity and frequency, and where movements are structured in repetitive way to improve or maintain one or more components of the State
11. It is an alteration in the succession of heartbeat. It may be due to changes in heart rate, both because it accelerates, decrease, which are not necessarily irregular but faster or slowe
12. focuses on the process of breathing, both external, oxygen uptake and elimination of carbon dioxide, as internal, use and exchange of gases at the tissue level
13. This process takes place in the glomeruli, where water and crystalloids are filtered through the glomerular membrane
15. It is that part of Biophysics who is in charge of the study of anatomical and functional heart and especially the dynamics of blood on the interior of the blood such as arteries, veins, venules, arterioles and capillaries structures
16. any movement of the body that makes the muscles work and requires more energy that be at rest
19. referred as well to the volume of blood ejected by a ventricle in a minute
1. they are the ones that move large body muscles for a period of 20 minutes at least, at an intensity of between 50% and 80% of the maximum capacity of the exercise
2. Pulmonary capacities relate to the different air volumes characteristic in human breath
4. They are one of the basic food groups. This food category includes sugars, starches, and fiber.
6. keep the levels of oxygen and dioxide of in blood within narrow margins that allow cellular functionality representatives
8. processes that make cells with a purpose
9. Is the study of chronic, static adaptation and a wide range of conditions that optimize physical exercise
12. It is the first wave of the cardiac cycle and represents the depolarization of the Atria
14. there are three types of muscles, muscle heart, smooth muscle and skeletal muscle
17. Is a discipline that focuses on the study of the functions of the human organism.
18. It is the sequence of electrical, mechanical, sound events and pressure, the flow of blood through the heart cavities, contraction and relaxation of each one of them, closing and opening of the valves and the production of noise related to them associated.