What Happens When You Exercise So imagine that you start running. Here's what happens: The muscle cells burn off the ATP they have floating around in about 3 seconds. The phosphagen system kicks in and supplies energy for 8 to 10 seconds. Finally, if exercise continues, then aerobic respiration takes over.

How Exercise Works

What Happens When You Exercise So imagine that you start running. Here's what happens: The muscle cells burn off the ATP they have floating around in about 3 seconds. The phosphagen system kicks in and supplies energy for 8 to 10 seconds. Finally, if exercise continues, then aerobic respiration takes over.

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A general explanation of the energy systems, the fuels they use, and how they interact.

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What Happens When You Exercise - How Exercise Works | HowStuffWorks

How Exercise Works

What Happens When You Exercise - How Exercise Works | HowStuffWorks


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