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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Oxygen consumption at the anaerobic threshold obtained from the CPX is representative of oxygen consumption during usual activities of daily living.
Accordingly, some studies (2, 15) suggested that individual anaerobic threshold and maximal oxygen consumption were related to boxing performance.
1986) A new method for detecting anaerobic threshold by gas exchange.
Blood glucose responses in humans mirror lactate responses for individual anaerobic threshold and for lactate minimum in track tests.
The main criticism for the majority of the anaerobic threshold (AT) assessments is related to the lack of knowledge about the causative mechanisms associated with metabolic integration.
Monitoring and assessing the power and capacity of maximal aerobic endurance zone involve knowing the concepts of anaerobic threshold, maximal aerobic power (MAP) or the corresponding maximal aerobic velocity (MAV).
Anaerobic threshold and respiratory gas exchange during exercise.
I view stamina workouts as a way to extend the endurance realm, sustain higher efforts, and improve one's performance by raising the anaerobic threshold (AT) as we saw in Figure I of Part III of this series (1).
It seems more plausible that the low exercise capacity reflects the clinical status of a patient and that the negative effect of (moderate) exercise on the oxygen uptake and the anaerobic threshold puts the patient in a "catch-22" position, including characteristic low exercise capacity and cognitive deficits.
M in the first week and were evaluated in terms of height, weight, fat, legs power, flexibility, agility, speed, and percent of maximum oxygen consumption in anaerobic threshold, maximum aerobic power and anaerobic power.