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How does circulatory (blood) adaptations differ between aerobic and anerobic training?
Aerobic (Ae): Becomes thinner, increase blood volume, increase in RBC

Anaerobic (An): doesn't adapt
What differences in adaptation are there when looking at blood vessels?
Ae: Increase of # of blood veseels
An: none
How do the two systems differ metabolically?
Ae: burns calories in 30 minutes, rhythimic/continuous
An: increase of muscle tissue
Which type of activity is likely to expend the ost energy over a 30 minute block of time? Why?
Aerobic b/c it's continuous and rhythmic
Does anaerobic training have an impact on resting metabolism? if yes how?
Yes; b/c there is a direct relationship; increase muscle mass = increase in resting metabolism rate
How does the hear difer in its adaptation to the two training methods?
Ae: decrease resting heart rate, increase in blood volume, increase in left ventricle
An: increase in muscle size but maintains density, increase in capactiy growth