Aerobic exercise

     The Aerobic exercise is defined as "any action that uses large muscle groups, can be maintained endlessly, and is regular in nature." It is types of exercises that loads the heart and lungs and cause them to work harder than at rest. Aerobic exercise is a type of train in which muscles draw on oxygen in the blood as well as fats and glucose that increase cardiovascular endurance.

     Aerobic exercise is not to be confused with aerobics, which is a type of aerobic exercise but far from the only one. Oxygen, fats, and glucose are used to create adenosine triphosphate, the basic fuel for all cells. Today aerobic exercise is to get up and get moving. There are more actions than ever to select from, whether it is a new movement or an old one. Find something you like doing that keeps your heart rate elevated for a nonstop time period and get moving to a better life.

     A regular aerobic exercise can assist you to keep away from chronic diseases such as heart disease, hypertension, stroke, diabetes and some type of cancers. It can also reduce blood pressure, make stronger bones, develop muscle strength and elasticity, reduce depression and help control your weight. Aerobic exercise includes running, hiking, bicycling, swimming, walking, cross-country skiing, aerobic dance, stair climbing, rowing and many other activities.

     Aerobic exercises use constant, regular activity of large muscles in the legs and buttocks to make stronger your heart and lungs .When you work out, the muscles require more oxygen rich blood and give off more carbon dioxide and other waste. This makes your heart beat quicker to keep up.

     When you follow a program of regular aerobic work out, ultimately your heart grows stronger and can meet the muscles demands without as much effort. Both men and women can promote from cardiovascular fitness.

Benefits of Aerobics :

 Improved maximal oxygen consumption (VO2max).
 Development in cardivascular/cardiorespiratory function.
 Improved maximal cardiac output (amount of blood pumped every minute).
 Improved maximal stroke volume (amount of blood pumped with each beat).
 Improved blood volume and capacity to carry oxygen.
 Decrease the workload on the heart for any given sub maximal exercise strength.
 Increased blood flow to muscles and capacity to use oxygen.
 Decrease heart rate and blood pressure at any level of sub maximal work out.
 Increased threshold limit for lactic acid accumulation.
 Lower latent systolic and diastolic blood pressure in people with high BP.
 Increased the HDL Cholesterol level.
 Reduce the blood triglycerides.
 Reduced body fat and enhanced weight control.
 Enhanced glucose tolerance and reduced insulin resistance.

Cardiovascular Benefits

     Aerobic exercise conditions the heart and lungs by raising the oxygen available to the body and by enabling the heart to use oxygen more efficiently. Exercise alone cannot prevent or cure heart disease. It is only one reason in a total program of risk decline; examples of other reasons are high blood pressure, cigarette smoking and high cholesterol level.

Avoid the Aerobic Curve

     The aerobic curve happen when you start exercising, raise your intensity level, strike the high level and gradually reduce your intensity level. The aim when exercising aerobically is to strike your target heart rate and keep it for the entire exercise session. This works the heart muscle more efficiently and burns more calories. Think of riding a bike, running or swimming you begins strike your pace then you maintains your pace until the cool down. As your heart becomes trained, you will have to work harder to reach the aim level. Less trained athletes will reach their aim level quickly because their heart muscle is not used to the workload.

Types of Aerobic Exercise

  Aerobic Dance
  Cross Country Skiing
  In-line Skating
  Stair Climbing

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