are 2 main type of exercise, they are aerobic-type and anaerobic-type.
Aerobic exercise is defined as:
sustained, rhythmic large-muscle activity that does not require more than a low or
moderate intensity (energy) level and can be performed continuously without undue
respiratory discomfort. During aerobic exercise, your heart rate rises slowly to a point
and stays at a certain level for a prolonged period.
Anaerobic exercise is defined as
"exercising without the presence of oxygen". This is because during anaerobic
exercise your heart rate zooms upward, preventing your body from taking in oxygen as
readily. Examples include:
weight lifting; sit-ups, pull-ups, push-ups, stomach crunches, and curls; running a
100-yard dash; and all racquet sports. They are all stop-and-go in nature and
require short bursts of energy to perform. Also, you need to exercise with breaks.
In fact, you're burning more calories and fat during anaerobic exercise. However, it is
difficult to sustain that type of exercise for a long period of time. So, we suggest that
aerobic-type exercise take away mass while anaerobic-type exercise are best for allowing
your body to become toned and firmed. Choose which type of exercise you need most.
After you've been doing vigorous exercise, you should do some cool-down before you
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EXERCISES ==> WARM UP | STRETCHING | WORKLOAD | COOL DOWN | DOING EXERCISES | BODY TYPE
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