aerobic exercise

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Noun1.aerobic exercise - exercise that increases the need for oxygenaerobic exercise - exercise that increases the need for oxygen
cardiopulmonary exercise - exercise intended to strengthen the circulatory system
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They suggest that older adults perform 150 minutes a week of moderate exercise (such as brisk walking), 75 minutes a week of vigorous aerobic training, or a combination of the two types Health news reported.
Assays of serum follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), oestrogen (E2), prolactin (PRL), adiponectin and AMH, and a transvaginal ultrasound examination for assessment of antral follicle count (AFC) were performed at baseline, 3 weeks and 12 weeks of following moderate aerobic training programme.
Positive benefits to cognition occurred with an exercise intervention that included tai chi, or resistance and aerobic training, prescribed either in isolation or combined," they said.
The benefits of aerobic training and strength training, performed separately by children and adolescents with CF have been previously investigated (1,2,12,15,19,22,23,26).
45) than did aerobic training or weight training alone (0.
When comparing dancers of different training levels, the investigators asked whether pre-professional dancers are undergoing adequate aerobic training to meet the demands of a professional career.
01) improvement in all LOTCA 7-subset variables among subjects following 12 weeks of moderate aerobic training compared to pretest and control group that showed slight improvement in LOTCA scores as shown in Table 2.
You can increase the size of your muscles by pumping iron and improve your stamina with aerobic training.
This is an aerobic training zone, a rate I haven't even come close to since being paralysed, while walking in the robot alone, without these interventions.
The aim of this study was to compare high intensity intermittent aerobic training programs for the ability to recover in amateur soccer players during competition season.