Fitness & Nutrition
About Fitness & Nutrition
The faculty of Fitness and nutrition will teach about various metabolic pathways in the form of carbohydrates, fats and proteins that are activated in order to supply the necessary energy required for the mechanical work of skeletal muscles during exercise. How these pathways are regulated, the methods for assessing the extent to which specific fuels are being utilized and the overall estimation of your metabolic rate will be addressed. Additionally, At The faculty of Fitness and nutrition the aspirant will learn about the importance of chemical energy stored and its requirement for muscular work.
The faculty also covers how a number of key physiological systems (muscular, respiratory, cardiovascular, endocrine and immune systems) are regulated during exercise to help maintain homeostasis. These adjustments are critical for exercise to continue for any significant duration. The faculty will explain about, how the respiratory system adjusts during exercise to ensure proper oxygen delivery and carbon dioxide removal from active muscles, how the cardiovascular system responds to ensure adequate blood flow to various organs, including muscle, during exercise, how the endocrine system plays a major role in regulating key biochemical and physiological responses to exercise and how exercise influences the immune system and your ability to fight infections.