Exercise

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Exercise

To put into action, practice, or force; to make use of something, such as a right or option.

To exercise dominion over land is to openly indicate absolute possession and control.

To exercise discretion is to choose between doing and not doing something, the decision being based on sound judgment.

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The effect of caffeine as an ergogenic aid in anaerobic exercise. Int J Sport Nutr.
Takeuchi, "Effects of anaerobic exercise and aerobic exercise on biomarkers of oxidative stress," Environmental Health and Preventive Medicine, vol.
On the basis of the findings of these studies, during the fast discharge of muscle and liver glucose and glycogen stores during anaerobic exercise, secretion of the energy balance molecule nesfatin may have increased to balance the increasing blood sugar levels (i.e., the glucose level) in the case of the revelation of energy requirements and the high energy levels in the exercisers.
It is generally believed that anaerobic exercise provides similar mood-enhancing effects to aerobic exercise only when performed at high-intensity levels.
Thus, lactate production and removal are very important during anaerobic exercise and relevant to the interpretation of blood lactate concentrations (Gondim et al., 2007).
The anaerobic exercise creates an oxygen debt that is paid back for more than 24 hours after the exercise is over.
"Anaerobic exercise consists of activities that strengthen muscles," says David Thomas, MD, associate professor of medicine and rehabilitation medicine at Mount Sinai.
I'm sure after a while my arms and torso will start bulking up, but this type of anaerobic exercise is unlikely to improve my chances of catching a bus, and it will be a case of going at the same pace, only this time running as though I have grapefruits under my armpits.
For example, students could be assigned the task of understanding the connection between volleyball and aerobic and anaerobic exercise. Students would find evidence through web sites on aerobic and anaerobic exercise and apply this information to the sport of volleyball.
Interventions that were used included aerobic exercise, (11-14,16-20) anaerobic exercise, (10) and resistance training.
Alcazaren recommends an interval training program that combines aerobic and anaerobic exercise. "Studies show that alternating bursts of high-intensity interval training [HUT] with low to moderate intensity exercise is superior to cardiovascular training alone." He advises working with a doctor or trainer to design a program that best suits your body.
Clearly, such an anaerobic exercise had a beneficial effect on the Huddersfield-born forward.