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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2004) Strength vs aerobic training in children with cystic fibrosis: a randomized controlled trial.
The hotel offers a wide range of sports and recreational facilities including a health club that provides aerobic training and nautilus equipment, a sauna and massage therapy.
1997) examined the effect two separate modes of aerobic training had on TC levels in 35 girls' ages 9-10 years.
Since Aquacise is a zero-impact aerobic training accessory, all levels of training and rehabilitation regimens are complimented by the use of Aquacise.
The exercise regimen consisted of three months of supervised aerobic training on a bicycle or treadmill, followed by instruction for continued home-based training.
Exercise adaptations to strength, anaerobic and aerobic training have been extensively studied in adults, however, young people appear to respond differently to such exercise stimulus in comparison to adults.
The company's strategy is to offer affordable health club memberships in facilities that provide cardiovascular, conditioning and strength and aerobic training.
On the other hand, people who chose aerobic training such as jogging, walking on a treadmill or using an elliptical machine to ease their back pain only showed only 12 per cent improvement
Remember that training zones are found by calculating a percentage of maximum, for example, a target zone of 70% to 85% of maximum is a general fitness, or aerobic training zone.
Tracy has just finished her degree in human nutrition at Glasgow's Caledonian University and is taking a course in aerobic training.
If they sustain the climb for long enough, they are able to sustain an aerobic training effect,'' said Phillip B.
Advanced programs increase workout intensity and education even further by incorporating aerobic training intervals of 90-95 percent maximum heart rate performance.