The Final Project will be a case study on Jon, a 50-year-old male who has decided to begin an exercise program consisting of aerobic and anaerobic activities. Jons goal is to lose weight and decrease his risk factors for chronic disease (i.e., high cholesterol and high blood pressure). Jon, a 50-year-old male, recently visited his physician for his yearly physical. After passing an exercise stress test, Jons doctor recommended he begin a regular exercise program to improve his health status. Jon is 20 lbs. overweight, has high cholesterol, and high blood pressure. After meeting with a clinical exercise physiologist, he has decided to incorporate 30 minutes of aerobic exercise into his day five days a week, and 30 minutes of strength training three days a week. Create a PowerPoint presentation in which you discuss the adaptations Jons cardiovascular, respiratory, and neuromuscular systems will go through as he ventures through his new exercise program. In your presentation
Briefly explain the four components of exercise training.
Analyze the importance of Jons dietary choices related to exercise performance. In your analysis, address the role and function of the following micro and macronutrients:
Then, explain the following:
How energy transfer occurs in the human body during aerobic exercise
The adaptations that occur in the cardiovascular and respiratory systems with aerobic training
The adaptations that occur within the human body with resistance training
Explain Jons acute and chronic physiological responses that will occur in his cardiovascular, pulmonary, and neuromuscular systems.
Explain how regular exercise can decrease Jons risk of morbidity and mortality.
Must use at least six scholarly sources
Must include detailed speaker notes for each slide.