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    Table of Contents INTRODUCTION 1 TYPES OF EXERCISES 1 AEROBIC EXERCISES 1 BENEFITS 1 DISADVANTAGES 2 ANAEROBIC EXERCISES 3 BENEFITS 3 DISADVANTAGES 3 REFERENCES 4 Introduction Physical fitness relates to the physical activities that are performed to enhance the working of a human body. It maintains overall health. It is performed for variety of reasons which include weight loss, fitness, strengthening muscles and enhancing immune system. It reduces the risk of many diseases including heart diseases, obesity or diabetes. It also maintains mental health and boosts the confidence too. Types of Exercises Considering their reactions and the effects on a person, exercises are divided into two main categories: • Aerobic Exercises…

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    Anaerobic and aerobic exercise were determined to effectively influence muscle oxygen uptake at the cellular level. Evaluating and measuring the effectiveness of the two types of exercise on oxygen uptake would inform the advantages and disadvantages they have on muscles. Significant amounts of oxygen are consumed by the human muscles when moderate intensity aerobic work is performed. Contradictorily, anaerobic exercise causes the body to break down stored glycogen in muscles for energy.…

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    aerobic exercise compared to the power of anaerobic exercise, and how much glucose does exercise consume. Predictions: (a) Predict hoe many times more powerful aerobic exercise is than anaerobic exercise? = Triple (b) Predict how many teaspoons of table sugar you will “burn” after exercising your arm to exhaustion. =5 Materials: 2.2 kg Dumbbell, Meter Stick Procedure: Please refer to the Nelson Biology 12 textbook page 128. Observations: (questions from Nelson Biology 12 Textbook, page…

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    Anaerobic Exercise Essay

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    it comes to exercise. Don’t get me wrong, but I like to work on my pace; weightlifting allows me to do that. Basketball and other team sports were never a go to exercises for me just because there’s a lot of running that has to be done. I always play as the ‘team manager’, looking out for the players and getting what they need. Although I have a big body built, I never tried to push myself too far because of my fear of getting hurt afterwards. Now with this project, I’m hyped to be back in the…

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    MODERATE AEROBIC EXERCISE ON FAT COMPOSITION IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN IN BOOY, DISTRICT Introduction According to the public health agencies all over the world, physical activity is a simple and inexpensive way to prevent any disease. An individual should be physically active at least 150 min/week at moderate intensity, or 60 to 75 min/week at vigorous intensity. A body weight regulation is a beneficial effect of physical activity. (CM Friedenreich, et. al, 2015) An aerobic exercise is a…

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    Blc Analysis Essay

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    The use of measuring BLC in endurance athletes to evaluate exercise performance has been practiced for years (22-25). Some of the most common uses for BLC analysis include training adaptation analysis, identifying intensities in endurance exercise, predicting race outcomes, and prescribing endurance exercise with precise exercise intensities (2). The majority of the prescriptive work for exercise leans toward the estimated amount of contribution of the aerobic system during exercise based off of…

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    Aerobic Capacity

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    should still be assessed depending on the phase of training and response to performance. However, Borreson & Lambert (2007) conducted a study that involved a submaximal running test over two weeks. The participants were split into three groups depending on whether they increased, decreased, or kept their training the same between two weeks. The group that decreased their training load has a faster HRR time than the other two groups. This suggests that at the body adjusts to higher aerobic tests…

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    Importance of Fitness: Aerobic & Anaerobic Training in soccer Jason Garcia Florida Atlantic University Professor Grace HSC2100: Health, Fitness for Life November 6, 2014 Abstract Utilizing the research of Stewart Flaherty (2013), Sarah R (2010) and Beth Mervyn, (1991), this paper reflects understanding of how aerobic and anaerobic training influences the maximum distance a soccer player is able to cover in a soccer game. Also identified, are the possible…

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    broken down into creatine phosphate in the body. Creatine phosphate integrates the vitality bearing molecule adenosine triphosphate (ATP). ATP provides vigor to all muscle contraction. The stored phosphocreatine and free creatine, make up what is known as your total creatine pool, which amounts to 120g in a 70-kg healthy individual (Balsom, Soderlund & Ekblom, 1994). The Effect of Creatine on Anaerobic…

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    it is to get the ball warm and bouncy. The type of ball used is determined by the player’s skill level. Squash mainly uses fitness components that include, agility, anaerobic capacity and muscular power. The dominant energy system that squash players use is the Lactic Acid System. The fitness component Agility is the ability of the body to remain balanced whilst changing direction. It is vital for squash players to be agile. Agility is used in squash when the player changes direction constantly…

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