aerobic endurance

aerobic endurance

period for which aerobic work can be maintained by an individual; may vary from a few tens of seconds in a sedentary person and a few minutes in a sprint or power athlete, to more than 24 h in an ultra-marathoner.
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2014) Maximal strength, power, and aerobic endurance adaptations to concurrent strength and sprint interval training.
Targeting every major muscle group in your body, it allows you to efficiently tone up and increase your aerobic endurance.
Low impact and suitable for all fitness levels Targeting every major muscle group in your body, it allows you to efficiently tone up and increase your aerobic endurance.
In addition to building up your aerobic endurance, keep your muscles strong to perform your activities of daily living.
Additional declines in aerobic endurance and walking speed were observed in people's 60s and 70s.
Monitoring and assessing the power and capacity of maximal aerobic endurance zone involve knowing the concepts of anaerobic threshold, maximal aerobic power (MAP) or the corresponding maximal aerobic velocity (MAV).
The patients do moderate intensity circuits to increase their aerobic endurance, and in many of them you see a massive difference in their confi-dence.
Effect of a periodization on performance of aerobic endurance in undergraduate female students amateur futsal players
Higher values of RBC count and hemoglobin levels were noted in runners with longer duration of practice, which is very helpful in increasing aerobic endurance of an athlete.
In this study, we seek to replicate and extend previous research by examining both self-reported physical function, which reflects the extent to which functional impairments affect daily activities, and performance-based measures of functional status, including mobility, strength, and aerobic endurance.
Some authors describe a small region at the upper end of this zone, in the 75-80% range, as a target heart rate for those who want to enhance their aerobic endurance training (1).