Body training can either be anaerobic or aerobic. On another broader category, aerobic exercises are those that require oxygen intake while anaerobic requires the person not to inhale in the air. As a result, anaerobic exercises can only be performed for a short duration in an interval of either 5 or fewer minutes. This mainly depends on the goal of the training.Â Aerobic exercises require longer period training without stopping, and these are the exercisesÂ that are not demanding as anaerobic. Due to this, an anaerobic exercise does not burn many calories as aerobic exercise does. The element of not burning many calories makes it not fit for the people looking for means to lose weight or gain cardiovascular fitness. Despite that, anaerobic exercises play a very great role in the overall health of an individual.
The Following Are The Potential Benefits Of Anaerobic Exercise.
- Since anaerobic exercises are short, high energy intensive activities, they depend on the energy stored in the muscles rather than oxygen, this leads to more energy use and creation ofÂ tough fiber ligament tissues. Muscular tissues are capable of withstanding unnecessary body tear or wear out of cells.
- They help in improving the cardiovascular and respiratory system by increasing the amount of oxygen used per unit of activity. This increases endurance in a workout and reduces the impact of fatigue due to increased rate of VO2 max. Despite the fact that the fatÂ surrounding internal organs is not burned out during anaerobic exercises; the high-intensity pressure the tissues are exposed to make their ligament and walls stronger in comparison to when the body is inactive. For example, fast heart rates make the walls of the heart, and for arteries become stiffer and withstand raptures. This reduces incidences of stroke.
- Since building muscles areÂ the body activities that requires most energy, anaerobic exercises can lead to weight loss over a longer period compared to aerobic exercises. This results from the increased rate of metabolism even after training. Conversion of fats and sugar to glycogen takes place even when the body is at rest.
- It gives the body a fast twitch fiber muscle for intense activity. Minor tearing of tissues during exercise cause repair activities. Repairs are meant to make the muscles stronger. This causes muscles to become larger and stronger, and hence muscle mass offer a bigger surface area for energy storage.
- They increase the energy level in the body. This is because more fats are burned to glycogen and stored in the muscles in a standby mode for an emergency. The exercises are like of create a backup in case of emergencies.
- It improves the body capacity to tolerate and eliminate waste products efficiently. This reduces toxicity in the body and also makes sure that the body maintains a youthful look. Lack of toxins in the body leads to a healthy skin,
- It helps fight osteoporosis through increased body strength resulting from powerful muscle build up around the joints. This reduces incidences of fracture and breakage in the performance of daily activities.
- Lowers blood sugar- Sugar in the blood needs to be continually burned up to reduce or prevent high blood sugar. Since the exercise builds up more muscle tissues, more sugar can be broken down to glycogen and stored in tissues or still due to increasing in metabolism be stored in the body as fat. These exercises also regulate the production of insulin.
From the observation above; anaerobic exercises are best suited for a person who is not visiting the gym for the first time but for those people who are already in the training and want to create energy back up. They remain mostly meant for players and athletes. Anaerobic exercises can be combined with aerobic exercises to make the training more balanced. They are done in the course of training as high-intensity interval training, for example, running very fast and then slow the pace in an alternating manner. This kind of exercise helps to create body strength as well as keep the body from fat.Â Anaerobic exercises may include pushups, weight lifting, timed runs, sprints, box jumps, sit-ups, and any other short intensive training. All these impacts explain why marathoners have a slimmer body than sprinters. These exercises create a scenario of excess post-exercise oxygen consumption meaning that calories continue being broken long enough up to 35 hours after the exercise. The main point isÂ Aerobic exercises are fueled by oxygen while anaerobic exercisesÂ rely onÂ energy