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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Women aged between 18 and 43 were asked to take part in a supervised aerobic training regime three times a week for four weeks, beginning the day after the end of their menstrual period, followed by an unsupervised home exercise for six months.
The research suggested that resistance training has proved to be more effective in reducing the amount of fat stored around the heart than aerobic training. According to it, a certain type of fat that is stored around the heart called pericardial adipose tissue is linked to several cardiovascular diseases, such as heart attack, stroke, Arrhythmia and heart valve problems.
Among the models of training, are resistance training that generates muscular adaptations and increased energy expenditure, in addition to preventing obesity, and aerobic training which increases blood flow and strengthens the cardiorespiratory system (Crozeta & de Oliveira, 2009; Magalhaes et al., 2016).
Effect of aerobic training on nerve conduction in men with type 2 diabetes and peripheral neuropathy: A randomized controlled trial.
Three years ago the Wirral club appointed a group of eight coaches to work with endurance athletes, each with their own specialism in aerobic training, strength work and speed.
Most of the studies used multicomponent exercise regimens, such as strength and aerobic training, that lasted for approximately 50 minutes at moderate intensity three times per week.
Strength training improves skeletal muscle contractile capacity (Costill et al., 1979), whereas aerobic training improves oxygen delivery to muscle and oxygen extraction from the blood (Holloszy and Coyle, 1984).
And, according to Sharp, there is research showing that aerobic training can increase both ligament and tendon strength, which could help prevent injury, especially during marathon training.
But according to recent research, published in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, people in an aerobic training group and those in a program in which they learned mindfulness-based stress reduction all got about the same amount of physical activity.
Compared to long and steady aerobic training, like running or jogging, sprinting enables you to super-charge your metabolism which increases fat loss.
DB: There will be a centralized general programmer during the first few weeks focused on core competencies such as aerobic training and running techniques plus upper body and lower body strengthening.
This is an important question, given that the results of different studies that indicate the effects of aerobic training (AT) versus resistance training (RT) on body composition and biochemical parameters are controversial (1,5,21,39,40).