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Anaerobic exercise

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A form of exercise involving highly intense activities that triggers anaerobic metabolism, especially when the aerobic pathways become insufficient in supplying energy at the required rate.


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Athletes in non-endurance sports (e.g. 200-metre sprint) work out under anaerobic conditions to build power and muscle mass. Muscles trained under anaerobic conditions result in greater performance in short duration, highly intense activities.


Compare: aerobic exercise


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what's all the stuff about exercise converts fat to muscle? Well if you excercise you burn energy, which can force ... Generally speaking aerobic excercise burns more fat (jogging, swimming etc), while anaerobic excercise builds more muscle (weight training, sprinting). More muscle requires ...

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