Which of the Following Is Not a Training Goal for Anaerobic Athletes?

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Anaerobic training develops your force and muscular mass and as such your speed increases because you are physically stronger. Anaerobic training also increases your lung capacity and your heart is forced to pump more blood to your body, resulting in a stronger heart rate.
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Improved coordination.
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Which of the following is considered an anaerobic activity? Circuit training, resistance training,
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Hi Tom, I guess the diet depends on which athletic event specifically and the Coach is often the best person to suggest based on his techniques
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I don't necessarily generally agree with this question. It assumes that you have already burned off your glycogen and glucose supplies, which is highly probable in aerobic training,
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