Short term - release of synovial fluid; the synovial membrane secretes synovial fluid in order to lubricate the joint, synovial fluid becomes less viscous, allows a bigger range of movement
During exercise your body moves faster, meaning that the joints have to work harder.
This causes increased production of synovial fluid, which is secreted around the synovial joints.
This increases the range and ease of movement around the bones and the bones themselves, and also improves performance.
More warmed bones, which means more warmed up joints and ligaments to make it easier to move when doing exercise.
The condition of bone will improve with exercise because it responds to mechanical stress. These mechanical stresses take the form of skeletal muscle, where the mechanical stresses are applied more mineral salts deposit and more collagenous fibres, therefore both bone density and size increase. E.g. Weight lifters have a bigger bone size and density than light endurance athletes like joggers. Other examples include racquet players who have been shown to have greater bone density in their playing arms. It has even been shown that if a leg is placed in plaster, the bone becomes decalcified from lack of mechanical stress.
SHORT TERM: LACTIC ACID BUILD UP, THUS THE PAIN. STRAINING OF THE MUSCLE FIBERS, WHICH USUALLY ELONGATES THEM AND ALMOST RIPS THEM
LONG TERM: THE MUSCLE FILLS IN AND REGENERATES, MAKING IT GROW AND BE STRONGER. IF THE EXERCISE IS REPEATED OFTEN, THE MUSCLE WILL GROW A LOT AND ENHANCE ITS METABOLICAL RATE, BEING ABLE TO PUT UP WITH MORE WORK (WEIGHT AND REPETITIONS)
Joints and ligaments warms up to make the range of flexibility bigger to make it easier to move.
Exercise might include being sore in the areas you’ve worked out.
Joints are more at risk of having joint damage and cartilage wearing away.
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Short term effects
Bones get harder and stronger
Increased thickness of hyaline cartilage
Increased flexibility and ease of movement at joints
Increased muscle and tendon strength
Long term effects
Prevention or delay of osteoporosis (bone loss)
Prevention of arthritis
Deduces the risk of injury
Hope I helped...x
What are the long term effects of exercise in the skeletal system including:
Wear and tear on bones and health benefits?
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Increasing of stress to the muscles, increasing the blood flow to the muscles, more nutrients
, o2 goes up. And many more
I don't know the long team but the short term effect is a short term thing