Facts About Aerobic Exercise


Aerobic Exercise is one of the many things that can make our bodies stay physically fit and healthy. Equipped with a proper and balanced diet, our body is able to perform every task that is given to us without the risk of getting sick. Even a simple walk is a form of exercise that is healthy for you and your heart as well as jogging and riding a bicycle.

Fact 1: There are several types of aerobic exercises which include: dancing, rowing machines, running, cycling, fitness walking, swimming, and the treadmill.

Fact 2: People who are fond of walking and cycling, when going to nearby places, contribute to the minimization of pollution in the air since they do not use their vehicles.

Fact 3: With cycling and walking, the density of the vehicles on the road will be reduced and  will decrease the time in traffic.

Fact 4: Simple activities like climbing the stairs is another good example of an aerobic exercise.

Fact 5: Aerobic exercise can help a person avoid developing cancer and is good for depressed people. It is one of the best ways to release stress as well as depression.

Fact 6: Performing an aerobic exercise for more than 45 minutes could be dangerous to a person’s body and health.

Fact 7: Every time a person completes a performance of aerobic exercise, he or she will add up two hours to his life span.

Fact 8: Sports can never help people in the improvement of their metabolism.

Fact 9: Treadmills can sometimes be dangerous to the skeletal joints since it can cause trauma to them. Make sure that the time span of your exercise using the treadmill is not excessive.

Fact 10: With aerobic exercise, the aging process will be decreased, and the risk of heart disease will be minimized.

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  1. Matha Stultz

    June 7, 2013 2:08 am

    In most conditions, anaerobic exercise is accompanied by aerobic exercises because the less efficient anaerobic metabolism must supplement the aerobic system due to energy demands that exceed the aerobic system’s capacity. What is generally called aerobic exercise might be better termed “solely aerobic”, because it is designed to be low-intensity enough not to generate lactate via pyruvate fermentation, so that all carbohydrate is aerobically turned into energy.


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