Physiology and biochemistry of exercise and nutrition

LIEPR1025  2018-2019  Louvain-la-Neuve

Physiology and biochemistry of exercise and nutrition
8.0 credits
75.0 h + 7.5 h
2q

Teacher(s)
Francaux Marc (coordinator) ; Larondelle Yvan ; Brichard Sonia ;
Language
Français
Main themes

The main subjects to meet these objectives will be: - The basics of nutritional homeostasis in humans, the regulation of weight, energy food, needs analysis in macro-and micronutrients (vitamins, ions, ...), - Water balance and regulation of appetite, - Adaptation of nutrition in human physical activity, balanced nutrition and exercise to aid ergogéniques. specific performance - Metabolic pathways to energy supply during exercise, their participation on the supply and their modes of activation - Mechanisms of protein synthesis and their involvement in the phenomenon of training - The cardio-circulatory adaptation to physical exercise, physical activity and sports in particular environments such as altitude, hyperbaric conditions or heat stress.

Aims

At the end of this entity of education, the student will be able to explain the functioning of the body of a person engaged in healthy physical activities and sports of all kinds, in all types of environments. It will include specifically the mechanisms underlying the energy expenditure during exercise since the food supply of substrates to cellular metabolic pathways, as well as system restore energy, anabolism and maintenance of biological structures sought .

The contribution of this Teaching Unit to the development and command of the skills and learning outcomes of the programme(s) can be accessed at the end of this sheet, in the section entitled “Programmes/courses offering this Teaching Unit”.

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Programmes / formations proposant cette unité d'enseignement (UE)

Program title
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Credits
Prerequisites
Aims
Bachelor in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

Bachelor in Motor skills : General