Areobic is and excersise and you stretch and non aerobic might be a non streach
It is areobic when you rest and aneorobic when you work out
It means that u get ur heart rate up and a non example is u dont get your heart rate up
Your body has different systems for producing the energy you need. These systems are either anaerobic -- not using oxygen -- or aerobic -- using oxygen.
when you get your heart rate up and when you need to get your heart rate up.
Aerobic means 'requiring air'.
Anaerobic mean 'living without air'.
That means the difference is the amount of air you breathe while doing the activity.
Aerodic use a lot of air and is often cardiovascular like running. Anaerobic is strengh and does not use a lot of air likr lifting weights.
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aerobics is the requirement of air anaerobic is not using air ex. human and fish
Aerobic-it means requiring the "presence" of air or free oxygen for life.
Anaerobic-it means livig in the "absence" of air or free oxygen.
aerobic requires a lot of oxygen
anerobic doesnt require as mush so aerobic is basicly pushing yourself to the limit and anerobic is light exercise
Aerobic uses a lot of air and is often cardiovascular.For example , like running. Aerobic" and "anaerobic" are strictly terms applied to how the body fuels exercise, rather than the specific type of workout you are doing. However, the nature of certain exercises make them more likely to cause your body to operate in an aerobic or anaerobic way. Combining these forms of fitness at sensible, healthy levels will benefit many aspects of your well-being, including cardiovascular health, bone strength and body fat percentage.
Aerobic exercise is also known as cardio. Physical exercise of low intensity such as jogging is areobic exercise. Anaerobic is high intensity exercises usually for short periods of time such as weight lifting.
aerobic exercise that designed to increase oxygen consumption and improve functioning of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
exercise at high work intensity during which the needs of muscle metabolism for oxygen exceeds the capacity of the circulation to supply it and an oxygen debt is incurred.
Aerobic excersises strengthen cardiovascular activity and anaerobic excersises strengthen muscles.
acrobic is were you stretch and get you're heart rate up anaerobic stregthens your mucles were there you dont get youre heart rae as high
aerobic excersises help cardiovascular.....anaerobic excersises strengthen muscles.
Strictly speaking, the terms "aerobic" and "anaerobic" refer to the presence and absence of oxygen, respectively. Most of our cells prefer to get their energy by using oxygen to fuel metabolism. During exercise with adequate fuel and oxygen (i.e., aerobic), muscle cells can contract repeatedly without fatigue. During anaerobic or non-oxygen conditions (i.e., higher intensity exercise), muscle cells must rely on other reactions that do not require oxygen to fuel muscle contraction. This anaerobic metabolism in the cells produces waste molecules that can impair muscle contractions. We call this deterioration in performance fatigue. Found on www.my food dairy.com
Aerobic exercise requires a steady stream of oxygen, anaerobic exercise doesn't let your body have any oxygen.
the terms aerobic and anaerobic alot of cells would prefer to have or get there energy by useing oxegen to fuel metabolism when exercieing with adequate : ) ;p
Aerobics last a long time and are low intensity like walking. Anerobics are high intensity for a short ammount of time like springing.
aerobic requires a lot of oxygen
anerobic doesnt require as mush so aerobic is basicly pushing yourself and anerobic is light exercis
Aerobic exercise is physical exercise of relatively low intensity that depends primarily on the aerobic energy-generating process.Anaerobic exercise is exercise intense enough to trigger anaerobic metabolism. It is used by athletes in non-endurance sports to promote strength, speed and power and by body builders to build muscle mass.
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