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Chapter 11 Physiological Aspects of Muscular Activity
Chapter 12 Factors Influencing the Physiological Reactions
Chapter 21 General Effects of the Physical Environment
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aerobic amount anaerobic processes average heart rate beats beats/min bicycle ergometer blood flow blood lactate body temperature Brouha cardiac cost cardiac output cardiovascular reactions cardiovascular stress cardiovascular system changes chemical cool CTFE cycle decrease determined difference duration effective temperature efficiency effort energy expenditure environmental conditions ergometer evaluate evaporative cooling exercise experiments factors fatigue greater heart rate recovery heat stress heavy higher increase individual industrial operations involved kg-m/min laboratory lactic acid load lower maintained maximum heart rate measurements mechanical metabolic minute moderate motion muscles muscular activity normal observed obtained oxygen consumption oxygen debt physical physiological cost physiological reactions physiological stress produced pulmonary ventilation pulse pressure pulse rate rate recovery curves reached recovery period recovery processes recovery pulse reduced respiratory rest periods resting level shift shows steady stroke volume subjects submaximal sweat systolic pressure thermoregulating treadmill vitamin warm-dry conditions women workers