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Group 2

Cardenas, Alessandro Exercise Physiology

Inacay, Joseph
Mendoza, Marc
Montemar, Louis
Paatan, Jeremy
Roxas, Diego

Subject: Jeremy Paatan

Age: 20
Height: 172.7cm
Weight: 75.45kg
Before: 4-6 Times gym per week
Now: Sedentary Lifestyle
Subject: Alessandro Cardenas
Age: 19
Height: 172cm
Weight: 68kg
Before: Gym 3 times a week
Now: Home exercises once a week
Smoker for 2 years; Smoked before activity.
Horizontal Loading (Upper)
2 Successive sets
2 DB Chest Press
2 DB Incline Chest Press
Floor Pushups
30 mins on the Keiser bike at 80-100 watts

Results: Jeremy Paatan (Resistance)

Jeremy Paatan
200 100
150 80
100 60
50 40
0 0

BPM Systole Diastole

Results: Alessandro Cardenas (Cardio)

Alessandro Cardenas
150 100
100 50
0 0

BPM Systole Diastole

Effect of Resistance Training

1. Improved muscle strength and tone
2. Weight management and body composition
3. Prevention of diseases
4. Lowers blood pressure, lowers heart rate, improves metabolism and
lipoprotein adaptation
5. Bone tissue adaptation

Effect of Aerobic Training

1. Blood pressure drops, improves metabolism and V02 max
2. Faster recovery
3. Uses aerobic system and fueled by fats (left ventricle)
4. Do it more times than HIIT
5. Beginner friendly
6. Enhances the ability to relax, focus and recover from stress
7. prevention of diseases

Findings from Research

A study was done that assessed post-exercise changes in 12 young
normotensive subjects performing 45 minutes of exercise at 30, 50, and 80%
VO2peak and rested for 45 minutes.
Findings: Intensities of the exercise did not influence the magnitude of
post-exercise hypotension, (PEH) however, the exercise done at 30%
VO2peak decreased the rate pressure product, (RP = HR x systolic BP)
50% had no effect, and 80% had a significant increase.
The mechanism behind PEH is primarily a reduction in sympathetic nerve
activity to the cardiovascular system during the recovery period.