Although it is pretty simple to write unit tests which invoke controller methods, the problem is that those unit tests are not comprehensive enough. For example, we cannot test controller mappings, validation and exception handling just by invoking the tested controller method.
An athlete can go from rest to all-out sprinting in a matter of seconds, whereas an endurance athlete can continue exercising for many hours at a time. The skeletal and muscular systems work together to allow our bodies to perform a vast range of different movements. Our cardiovascular and respiratory systems act as a delivery service, working together to supply oxygen and nutrients to the body which in turn is used to produce energy for muscular contraction.
In order to appreciate how each of these systems function, learners will study the structure of the skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular and respiratory systems. The human anatomy of these systems is very different but in terms of operation, each system is implicitly linked.
Having an understanding of these body systems is imperative in the sport and active leisure industries in order to begin to appreciate how the body functions and how it copes with the many different stresses of exercise.
The unit starts by exploring the structure and function of the skeletal system which includes the different bones of the skeleton and the different types of joints.
The muscular system is then studied, including the major muscles of the body, muscle movement, the different types of muscle and muscle fibre types. The structure of the heart and blood vessels is covered, together with the function of the cardiovascular system.
The unit goes on to explore the structure of the respiratory system and the function, including the mechanics of breathing. The final part of the unit explores the three different energy systems and the sports in which they are predominantly used.
On completion of this unit a learner should: Know the structure and function of the skeletal system. Know the structure and function of the muscular system. Know the structure and function of the cardiovascular system. Know the structure and function of the respiratory system.
Know the different types of energy systems.Component S Assignment Sheets 1—Practice Critical Thinking: Use Directional Terms to Describe Surgical Incisions Surgical Incisions 2—Define Medical Terms 3—Construct a Model of an Organ of the Human Body Interactive Student Review Section A: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Module 1-A: Organization of the Human Body.
Learning. Transcript of Unit 2 - Anatomy and Physiology - Assignment 2.
Investigation on the initial responses of the body when we exercise Mason, M Clarke Connor Riddy Usain Bolt vs Mo Farah Aerobic v Anaerobic Exercise The main thing that happens to our cardiovascular system when we exercise is .
Biofeedback is the process of gaining greater awareness of many physiological functions primarily using instruments that provide information on the activity of those same systems, with a goal of being able to manipulate them at will. Some of the processes that can be controlled include brainwaves, muscle tone, skin conductance, heart rate and pain perception.
Chapter 1 Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology An understanding of the structure (anatomy) and function (physiology) of the human body is important in the life of every individual.
This chapter presents the following: · introduction to the sciences of anatomy and physiology. You cannot view this unit as you're not logged in yet. This assignment is ready for printing and sharing with students using the criteria for unit 14 from the BTEC Level 3 current specification.
It is scenario based and has been successfully used with students at level 3 to achieve well across the grades from Pass to Distinction.