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To lift a heavy weight), the muscle relies primarily on the anaerobic systems, which provide a rapidly available source of ATP. " The anaerobic production of ATP occurs inside the cell, but outside the mitochondria. Most cells, such as those in the heart, brain and other organs, have little or no anaerobic capability. Therefore, these cells must be continuously supplied with oxygen, or they will die. For example, if a coronary artery (which supplies blood and oxygen to the heart muscle) becomes clogged with a build-up of cholesterol deposits, there will be a diminished flow of blood through that artery.
While there is some ATP stored in a muscle cell, the supply is limited. Therefore, muscle cells must produce more ATP in order to continue working. Muscle cells replenish the ATP supply using three distinct biochemical pathways, or separate series of chemical reactions: the aerobic system, anaerobic glycolysis and the creatine phosphate system. " The first system for producing ATP, the aerobic energy system, is dominant when adequate oxygen is delivered into the cell to meet energy production needs, such as when the muscle is at rest.
Getting started is one thingsticking with it is another. Keeping clients motivated is a challenge most personal trainers will face, so Chapters 13 and 14 focus on Page xiv the principles of adherence and the skills you need to effectively communicate with your clients. Even when programs are designed properly, injuries can happen. However, a properly conditioned client can rehabilitate an injured area quickly and more completely. Chapter 15 addresses potential musculo-skeletal injuries your clients may experience, as well as how such injuries might be prevented.