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What were the answers everyone put?
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What did you put for the antagonistic muscle pair?


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What did you put for the antagonistic muscle pair?


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I think I put quadriceps and hamstrings
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I think I put quadriceps and hamstrings
Yep, i've ****ed up
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Was quite an easy test, grade boundaries will probably be high
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What did you put for the PED that a long distance cyclist would use?
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What did you put for the PED that a long distance cyclist would use?
peptide horomones (epo)
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Found it extremely easy, got 75/80 on the last mock so I'm confident!
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6 markers answers ??
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peptide horomones (epo)
I put stimulants as they help to keep you awake and alert for a long time, that's what we were taught.
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I put stimulants as they help to keep you awake and alert for a long time, that's what we were taught.
Thats wrong unfortunately, Peptide hormones (specifically EPO) Increases the production of red blood cells in the body, therefore more oxygen is carried round the body to the muscles that require to allow you to work harder for longer!
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What were the answers everyone put?
Its quadriceps and hamstrings and the quads were the antagonist and the hamstrings were the agonists that contracted to cause movement.
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Thats wrong unfortunately, Peptide hormones (specifically EPO) Increases the production of red blood cells in the body, therefore more oxygen is carried round the body to the muscles that require to allow you to work harder for longer!
I'm assuming you have the revision guide for it - check stimulants mate and under the alert section it says "distance cycling". It might say in the mark scheme it could accept one or the other?
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What did everyone put as the two methods of training for the question towards the end?
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Thats wrong unfortunately, Peptide hormones (specifically EPO) Increases the production of red blood cells in the body, therefore more oxygen is carried round the body to the muscles that require to allow you to work harder for longer!
that was my thought process. I put stimulants for 100m though, it makes them more alert so they can react to the gun at the start. But anabolic steroids seemed to fit the sprinter too. But those are my 2 cents
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that was my thought process. I put stimulants for 100m though, it makes them more alert so they can react to the gun at the start. But anabolic steroids seemed to fit the sprinter too. But those are my 2 cents
I think the only answer for that would be Anabolic Steroids tbf.
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I think the only answer for that would be Anabolic Steroids tbf.
well thats a mark gone...
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Its quadriceps and hamstrings and the quads were the antagonist and the hamstrings were the agonists that contracted to cause movement.
Surely the Quadriceps contract to lift the leg up?
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Ive never heard of cyclists using stimulants but that might be correct, and I put cross training for the triathlete but can't seem to remember what I put for the basketballer
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that was my thought process. I put stimulants for 100m though, it makes them more alert so they can react to the gun at the start. But anabolic steroids seemed to fit the sprinter too. But those are my 2 cents
I put Anabolic steroids for the sprinter, but stimulants should be allowed i think...
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