Aerobic Exercise Essay

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  • Aerobic Exorcise: What Is Aerobics Exercise?

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    What is aerobics exercise? According to many websites, aerobic exercise is defined as strenuous exercise that requires pumping of oxygenated blood by the heart to deliver oxygen to working muscles. Aerobic exercise stimulates the heart rate and breathing rate to increase in a manner that is sustained for the entire session. (“Aerobic Exercise: Learn Examples and Routines”) There are many different forms and levels of aerobics exercise such as low impact aerobics, water, step, dance and sports aerobics

  • The Effect Of Aerobic Exercise On Aerobic Capacity

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    sustain high intensity workouts cannot eventually be fully supported by anaerobic pathways, resulting in an increased reliance on aerobic metabolism (Bogdanis et al. 1996). The level of fitness to carry out anaerobic exercises may be influenced by aerobic capacity (Kaikkonen et al.2000, Tomlin and Wegner 2011). By discovering the relationship between anaerobic fitness and aerobic fitness. It should be possible for athletes to think about taking an advantage by distributing their physical energy during

  • The Effects Of Aerobic Exercise On Executive Control In Children

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    In the article, the purpose of this study was to verify and compare how the effect of 10 min of aerobic exercise performed above and below lactate threshold (LT) on executive control in children. In the article, it mentions how children are becoming sedentary. That means it increase the prevalence of overweight and low physical fitness. This much inactivity affects brain health and some aspects of cognition. It affects the executive control. It’s something to be concern about because in childhood

  • Benefits Of Functional Aerobic Exercise

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    prepare the body for everyday activities and the unexpected. CrossFit is constantly varied functional movements performed at a high intensity. Millions of people across the globe participate in this high intensity fitness regimen every day. CrossFit exercises consists of performing many simple movements that make up one complex movement. These movements are based on movements that we perform in our everyday lives. The base of all of the complex movements is the core, so it is important to have good core

  • The Effects of Aerobic Exercise Among Adolescents with Mild to Moderate Depression

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    The Effects of Aerobic Exercise Among Adolescents with Mild to Moderate Depression Kaplan and Sadock (as cited in Brollier, Hamrick & Jacobson, 1994) stated that depression, during the teen years, has become an increasing area of concern in psychiatry (Kaplan & Sadock, 1991. Kashani, Carlson, Beck, Hoeper, Corcoran, McAllister, Fallahi, Rosenberg and Reid (as cited in Brollier, Hamrick ,& Jacobson, 1994) studied the prevalence of depression in adolescents and reported that approximately

  • The Effects Of Aerobic Exercise On Pregnancy

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    Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Pregnancy Aerobic exercise is another fantastic type of physical activity for pregnant women. It is a great alternative for mothers who are apprehensive about resistance training. Aerobic exercise guidelines for mostly sedentary pregnant women state that they should perform at about 60%-70% of their heart rate maximum, and guidelines for active pregnant women suggest they perform at about 60%-90% of their heart rate maximum (11). The United States guidelines supports

  • Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Heart Rate

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    of Aerobic Exercise on Heart Rate Introduction: Our bodies need to be in balance in order to function properly, and there are many ways the body maintains balance, or homeostasis. Homeostasis is the maintenance of nearly constant conditions in the internal environment. Our normal heart rate is an example of our body in homeostasis and any sort of change, or stimulus, can alter it. Exercise, adrenaline in the blood, and a low blood pH are all stimuli that increase the heart rate. Exercise, for

  • The Effect Of Aerobic Exercise On Patients With Chronic Heart Failure

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    Literature review; The effect of aerobic exercise on VO2 max in patients with chronic heart failure. Patients suffering from chronic heart failure (CHF) often suffer from a decreased aerobic exercise capacity and exercise intolerance, which leads to a progressive deterioration in functional capacity (Belardinelli et al. 1999). This review will focus on four controlled clinical studies which have examined the effect of exercise training on VO2 max in patients with CHF. Coats et al. (1992) compared

  • The Benefits Of Aerobic Exercise

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    Aerobic exercise has been studied and through those studies researchers have found that aerobic exercise improves the cognitive abilities of young adults. Some of the cognitive abilities improved are learning, memory, and decision making. Through aerobic exercise these cognitive abilities are improved and sharpened. Aerobic exercise stimulates the hippocampus which is the area responsible for memory and partly for learning. Another part aerobic exercise stimulates is the frontal cortex which is the

  • Exercise Training : Aerobic Exercise

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    INTRODUCTION: During exercise training, such as weight lifting or cycling, the muscles produce varying forces. Maximal voluntary contraction (MVC) is dependent on the training status of the individual, age, sex, heredity, disease/injury as well as the type of activity being performed [1]. Exercise can be categorized into two separate terms, anaerobic and aerobic activity. During aerobic exercise, such as endurance activities, slow-twitch (type 1) muscle fibers are recruited, which contain a large