What are examples of aerobic exercise?

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An aerobic exercise is any exercise routine that involves using large muscle and that gets your heart pumping and oxygen moving through your system. Examples of aerobic exercises are walking, jogging, running, swimming, biking, dancing, rowing and rebounding. Benefits of this exercise include better sleep, relief of depression symptoms, reduction in the risk of cancer and regulation of cholesterol.
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Some popular forms of aerobic exercise are walking, bicycling and swimming. The intensity of activity is determined by how difficult it is for you to accomplish while maintaining
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Aerobic (meaning with air) exercise primarily works your cardio vascular system, like aerobics, biking or running. Anerobic (without air) is like weightlifting.
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Press, push press, and pull-ups are all good. CrossFit is very social and you'll do a lot of these kind of exercises.
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Aerobic exercises include stair climbing, elliptical trainer, indoor rower,
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Aerobic exercise is working out by means of the same muscles in a rhythm for twenty minutes or longer, while maintaining about 80% of your utmost heart rate. Aerobics includes activities like skiing, biking, swimming, walking and aerobic classes.
Aerobic exercise is physical exercise that intends to improve the oxygen system.
Aerobic exercises are any sustained rhythmic exercise (such as brisk walking, running, or dance) that uses the large muscle groups of the body and increases the heart rate from 50 to 90 percent of its maximum, burns fat, and makes your heart muscle stronger.
Aerobic exercise is what one would do to get their heart rate up as well as work the heart and lungs. These are considered the large muscle groups and different types could be jumping rope, aerobic dance, swimming to name a few. You can find more info at: www2.gsu.edu
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