anaerobic exercise

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Noun1.anaerobic exercise - exercise that builds muscles through tensionanaerobic exercise - exercise that builds muscles through tension
exercise, exercising, physical exercise, physical exertion, workout - the activity of exerting your muscles in various ways to keep fit; "the doctor recommended regular exercise"; "he did some exercising"; "the physical exertion required by his work kept him fit"
weightlift, weightlifting - bodybuilding by exercise that involves lifting weights
weight gaining - bodybuilding that increases muscle mass and body weight
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In the present study, Wistar rats were used, with a training frequency of 3x/week, at intensities of 50 % of body weight for strength training and 80 % of anaerobic threshold intensity, for a period of 4 weeks.
According to the questions investigated, the dependent variables of this study were the time of the test, VO2max and the anaerobic threshold and the blood glucose levels.
Published work on colorectal surgery27, major hepatobiliary surgery28,29 abdominal aortic surgery30 and with preoperative cardiopulmonary exercise testing have linked low VO2 max and anaerobic threshold with prolonged hospital stay.
Dr Eero Haapala, one of the lead researchers said, "In our study, we showed for the first time that the anaerobic threshold is also related to arterial stiffness."
The lowest serum glucose level was recently described as a good predictor of individual anaerobic threshold (IAT), LMI and MLSS for endurance runners (Simoes et al., 1999; Sotero et al., 2009).
(i) Change in the duration of time under load (TUL) until the anaerobic threshold (IANS) is reached.
The CPET variables analyzed were oxygen uptake expressed in L/min ([VO.sub.2]), in percentage of predicted, or in metabolic equivalents (METs) at peak effort, anaerobic threshold (AT), and the respiratory compensation point (RCP) when achieved, Dioxide Carbon output in L/min ([VCO.sub.2]) and minute ventilation in L/min (VE).
As an example, for reevaluating and presenting the effect, this study only compares the subjects' main parameters (BMI, waist circumference, [p.sub.4mmol-L], [p.sub.max], v4mmol.L, [v.sub.max], and heart rate at the individual anaerobic threshold) with the values established during the initial examination.
Anaerobic threshold and respiratory gas exchange during exercise.
Accordingly, some studies (2, 15) suggested that individual anaerobic threshold and maximal oxygen consumption were related to boxing performance.
Several other studies have used standard protocols for measuring dancers' V[O.sub.2]max and anaerobic threshold. (14,15,17,19,57,68,69)