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Examples Of Aerobic And Anaerobic Exercise Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Examples Of Aerobic And Anaerobic Exercise.

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Reference Guide to Anaerobic Exercise

SparkPeople’s Exercise Reference Guides offer an in-depth look at the principles of fitness. We often hear a lot about aerobic or “cardio” exercise and how it improves fitness, reduces one’s risk of lifestyle diseases, an...  Read more

High Intensity Interval Training

If I told you that there was a way to burn more calories, lose more fat, and improve your cardiovascular fitness level while spending less time doing cardio, you’d probably reach for your phone to report me to the consumer fraud hotline, right?...  Read more

Get Results with Interval Training

I used to be a competitive long distance runner. Day in and day out I’d run mile upon mile, training for the next big race. Some days it meant running a six or seven mile loop that included several (seemingly endless) hills. Other days, I warme...  Read more

Tabata Training 101

Would you like to swap your usual workout out for one that's just four minutes long? Of course you would! Well, that's the allure of Tabata training, a type of super high-intensity interval training that is becoming more and more popular. ...  Read more

Reference Guide to Warming Up

SparkPeople’s Exercise Reference Guides offer an in-depth look at the principles of fitness. What is a Warm Up? A warm up is the act of preparing for an athletic event or workout by exercising or practicing for a short time beforehand....  Read more

How do you exercise when it's just too darn hot?
Updated 7/6/2015 11:36:37 PM

I'm 62, overweight by about 80 pounds and cannot tolerate heat. I have no AC to speak of and fans can only do so much. I'm not complaining, some people have it much worse. I really want to exercise and lose the excess weight but I could really use so...  Read more

General exercise guidelines are that your heart ra
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General exercise guidelines are that your heart rate needs to be in the cardio zone for at least 10 minutes at a time to achieve health benefits. That's why the tracker only counts something as an exercise "event" if it's 10 minutes or longer. ...  Read more

Are You Competitive with Exercise ?
Updated 7/6/2015 4:47:59 PM

When you exercise with a buddy or in a group Do you automatically feel a little competitive with someone else38 or Do you just try to beat your last best effort 38 or Do you just try to complete the exercise 38...  Read more

Is there a reason that exercises under 10 mins don
Updated 7/6/2015 4:56:44 PM

Is there a reason that exercises under 10 mins dont show up on our list of activities we have done. I have a screenshot of it in my blog. I was trying new things& listed them. The total time there but nothing else is listed! So annoying/discouraged...  Read more

stopped exercising for a week and ate NBA nothing
Updated 7/6/2015 10:34:29 AM

stopped exercising for a week and ate NBA nothing but junk and too much food. I gained 7 pounds in that time. it's time to get my head out of my butt and get it done!...  Read more

Exercising Aerobically

Most people work sooo hard on cardio to blast of fat in their body, but end up still having those layers of fat hanging everywhere; tummy, but, arms, legs. What's wrong? I found the key to exercise to be slim lies in the difference between aerobic an...  Read more

easy on the joints

water exercises and swimming move all the major muscle groups with minimal wear on the joints giving an excellent aerobic workout...  Read more

Moms And Dads At Home Getting Healthy Together

Hello moms and dads! Huddle the children, your furry friends and let's get out for some exercise and away from the temptations of that beast called the fridge! See you soon!...  Read more

The Truth about the 'Fat-Burning Zone' and Weight Loss

The information on cardio machines can be deceiving. The "fat burning zone" is a myth that is based on a fact, but taken out of context. It's true that higher intensity exercise uses more glucose and glycogen (the form of energy yo...  Read more

Run Like an Olympian: 4 Tips to Your Fastest 5K

Whether you are a seasoned athlete, a stay-at-home mom, or a true weekend warrior, setting your sights on running a 5K is an achievable and rewarding goal. The second you sign up for a race you become an athlete. And once you start thinking like an a...  Read more