Aerobic refers to an organism that needs atmospheric oxygen to thrive. In landscaping and gardening it is used in reference to compost piles. Well-designed compost bins that are well maintained promote an environment in which such aerobic organisms thrive.
The opposite of anaerob training - there is plenty of time for the cells to utilize oxygen and energy in the blood. Prolonged endurance-kind of low-intensity training, like running and biking, are good examples of this. Aerob training is beneficial to the vascular system and should not overlooked by bodybuilders, as a well-maintained vascular system will allow for more intense training and faster recovery. Creatine Monohydrate has little or no impact on this kind of training.
Exercise in which energy is supplied by oxygen and is required for sustained periods of generally 20 minutes of more with a generally high pulse rate at approximately 80% of the maximal rate for your age.
Low intensity, longer duration exercise that temporarily increases heart rate as a means to improve the efficiency of oxygen consumption by the body. Bodybuilders use aerobic exercise to burn calories and lose excess fat.
Used to refer to running or other exercise at an intensity that's sufficiently easy for your respiratory and cardiovascular systems to deliver all or most of the oxygen required by your muscles, and slow enough that lactic acid doesn't appreciably build up in your muscles. Generally, you can sustain a slow aerobic pace for long periods of time, provided you have the endurance to go long distances.
occurring in the presence of oxygen. For successful composting, sufficient oxygen should be provided to keep the system aerobic. This ensures that the composting proceeds rapidly and with minimal odor.
Requiring oxygen or taking place in the presence of oxygen. In aerobic biodegradation, bacteria use oxygen to break organic chemicals down into smaller molecules while producing carbon dioxide and water.
With, or in the presence of, oxygen; Aerobic metabolism most efficiently produces the basic energy source, adenosine triphosphate (ATP). Walking, jogging, biking, an aerobic exercise class and any activity which maintains the heart rate in the THR zone for a minimum of 20 minutes is aerobic activity. Tennis and basketball are not considered aerobic activities.
Literally meaning ?requiring oxygen?, and it usually refers to a form of exercise that makes you breathe hard and boost your heart rate, thereby increasing the capacity of your heart and lungs and to improve stamina and muscular endurance.
Literally, "with oxygen." Aerobic exercise is the body's process of producing energy with oxygen in the bloodstream. Byproducts are carbon dioxide and water (breathing and perspiration). It's great for burning fat and strengthening your heart and lungs.
literally "with oxygen". Commonly used to describe an exercise intensity where muscles can use oxygen to convert glucose and fat into energy. Aerobic training is carried out at a comfortable pace to ensure that the muscles have sufficient oxygen available.