Aerobic capacity describes the functional capacity of the cardiorespiratory system
, (the heart, lungs and blood vessels). Aerobic ...
the maximal amount of physiological work that an individual can do as measured
by oxygen consumption. It is determined by a combination of aging and ...
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Aug 10, 2012 ... This simple 90 second educational vignette provides: an explanation of aerobic
capacity, how FITNESSGRAM measures aerobic capacity, and ...
The definition of aerobic capacity is the a measure of the ability of the heart and
lungs to get oxygen to the muscles. An example of aerobic capacity is body's ...
field tests of aerobic capacity (PACER, one-mile run/walk, and walk test).
Beginning with version. 8.6 and version 9 of the FITNESSGRAM software,
estimates of ...
... Every Monday. Running Workouts; Swim, Row, Bike Workouts. Running
Workouts. Aerobic ThresholdLactate ThresholdV02 MaxSpeed / Strength
Aerobic capacity is the highest amount of oxygen consumed during maximal
exercise in activities that use the large muscle groups in the legs or arms and
He currently shares his coaching and endurance methodology through his on-
line coaching and his CrossFit Speciality Course: Aerobic Capacity.
The Aerobic Capacity Course is appropriate for all CrossFit populations ranging
from the day-to-day CrossFitter to the competitive CrossFit athlete looking to ...
As your aerobic capacity increases, you can run farther and faster. All training
improves your aerobic capacity, even slow, relaxed jogging. But some workouts ...