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Friday, July 03, 2015

Aerobic exercise

Aerobic exercise is any exercise done while the body uses oxygen to sustain activities for a long period of time.

The exercise promotes fitness through enjoyable exercise, and that is exactly wheat irritates its critics, who content that is more fun than fitness.

Almost any activity can be aerobic and can fall into categories such as running, water aerobics, dance aerobic, low-impact aerobic and sport aerobics.

Aerobic exercise will generally cause considerable sweating, especially on a warm day. At the same time, the body consumes a certain amount of the energy obtained from food or previously stored as fat.

A number of studies support proponents’ claims that aerobic movement builds cardiovascular fitness and develops leg muscles, and contributes to muscular endurance and flexibility.

Like all forms of cardiovascular training, aerobic movement must be performed three to five times per week to develop cardiovascular fitness.

An aerobic program or routine usually begins with aware-up session to get the body ready to engage in significant activity.

Once engaged in aerobic activity, the goal is to progressively move into a rigors level of intensity that raises the heart rate and that typically lasts from 15 to 25 minutes.

Research has also shown that it takes at least three months for training benefits for aerobic movement to become significant.
Aerobic exercise

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