Squats can be both Aerobic & Anaerobic but it depends on the speed and duration. Any activity done fast enough with a duration of 2 to 3 minutes is Anaerobic. Beyond the 2 - 3 minutes limit is aerobic. The faster you do it the more burnout you will feel and lactic acid will go to the roof. A good Anaerobic Squats exercise is doing as many as you can as fast as you can with a medicine ball of your desired weight. That will put your pulse to almost 200 bpm or more depending of many factors.
Plyometrics can be both anaerobic & aerobic, depending on length & intensity of the workout.
Plyometrics is a type of exercise training designed to produce fast, powerful movements, and also improve the functions of the nervous system.Usually for the purpose of improving performance in sports. Plyometric movements, in which a muscle is loaded and then contracted in rapid sequence, use the strength, elasticity of muscle and surrounding tissues to jump higher, run faster, throw farther, or hit harder,etc. Plyometrics is used to increase the speed or force of muscular contractions, providing explosiveness for a variety of sport-specific activities.
Pilates is an aerobic exercise
Humans are both aerobic and anaerobic.
Anaerobic is the opposite of Aerobic. Aerobic means 'with oxygen' whilst Anaerobic means 'without oxygen'
its both anaerobic and aerobic( depends on the type)
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Baseball is an anaerobic sport without doubt. Many coaches still do not understand this concept. Baseball requires explosive speed, quickness and agility, which are all anaerobic qualities. Baseball is also anaerobic when it comes to batting. There are long periods of rest between plays. Sprints between bases are 30 yards. Most runs to catch a ball in the outfield are not over 30 yards. Training players aerobically will slow them down and reduce their performance. Excessive distance training can also lead to exhaustion and increased incidence of injuries. I have a Master's in fitness management and I am a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist