It is best for everyone to do weights and cardio work outs. Aerobics are cardio, that will help the heart and to burn fat. Weights will help with muscle grownth and strength.
you cant turn fat into muscle but you can loose fat and gain muscle. you will burn more callories outside of the gym with more muscle mass and you should use both weights and weight training together to get great bennifits.
weights are great for the bones, muscles and look of your body, Cardio is great for your heart, lung efficiency and metabolism.
you could end your weight workout with 30 minutes on some aerobic activity, or do weights one day and cardio the next.
YOU CAN NOT TURN BODY FAT INTO MUSCLE! THEY ARE TWO DIFFERENT TYPES OF TISSUE!!! the trick is... build muscle and do cardio.... when u build muscle, the muscle needs more calories, therefor, when your doing cardio, your burning more calories. so when ur building muscle, ur metabolism is much higher. but do not ONLY do muscle work, if u do, u will just have muscle under the fat.... combine it with cardio! and of course eat healthy...:)
no it is an anerobic:)
of coures it is
Yes working with weights counts as Aerobic.
Aerobic exercise is for keeping the body flexible and in shape and is great for burning calories. It is good exercise for the heart as well. Resistance exercise is lifting weights or using weight machines in order to build or maintain muscle mass.
Exercise with weights. If it is flabby muscle this will be sufficient. If there is fat as well you will have to eat an energy controlled dietand take aerobic exercise.
Some examples of begginer's aerobic exercise including lift light weights, small sprints that don't leave you too exhausted, plenty of water to make sure you stay hydrated.
Aerobic exercise (like jogging) and muscle toning (like lifting weights).
Aerobic excercise burns more calories per hour versus weight training.
Lifting weights is an exercise
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Yes, any weights can be simultaneously used with an aerobic step.
I am 47 years old and try to do exercise both aerobic and strenght weights. My Doctor is asking me to do only brisk walk due to my age. Can any one tell me if there is an age relation with exercise>
Exercise equipment weights are weights that you use to exercise. You can you them in a numerous amount of ways. They help strengthen and tone your muscles.
It depends on:Your body typeDietExercise regimenIf you are trying to lose weight as far as fat cells go, the more aerobic/cardio exercise the better. If you are wanting to lose fat and gain muscle, it is good to alternate. A good rule of thumb for muscle gain/fat loss diet is --Monday - Weights (full body or for example: chest, biceps, triceps, shoulders)Tuesday - at least 45 minutes of cardiovascular/aerobic exerciseWednesday - Weights (full body or for example: abs, back, obliques, butt)Thursday - at least 45 minutes of cardiovascular/aerobic exerciseFriday - Weights (full body or for example: (quads, hamstrings, calves, butt)Saturday - light cardio/aerobic or REST DAYSunday - REST DAY
No.Strength training, called anaerobic exercise, uses the movement of weights to increase muscle mass and strength. Aerobic exercise is targeted to improving the body's oxygen system and blood flow.
Some of the common aerobic equipment used for pilates are gloves, an exercise mat, water aerobics equipment (such as water dumbbells that have built-in flotation pads), step bench, and hand weights.
It is completely up to you. It depends :your body typedietexercise regimenIf you are trying to lose weight as far as fat cells go, the more aerobic/cardio exercise the better. If you are wanting to lose fat and gain muscle, it is good to alternate. A good rule of thumb for muscle gain/fat loss diet is --Monday - Weights (full body or for example: chest, biceps, triceps, shoulders)Tuesday - at least 45 minutes of cardiovascular/aerobic exerciseWednesday - Weights (full body or for example: abs, back, obliques, butt)Thursday - at least 45 minutes of cardiovascular/aerobic exerciseFriday - Weights (full body or for example: (quads, hamstrings, calves, butt)Saturday - light cardio/aerobic or REST DAYSunday - REST DAY
Physical exercise is beneficial for your entire organism, mainly for your respiratory and circulatory systems, including the heart. (cardiovascular system). As you are exercising your body requires more oxygen, your brain is greatly benefited because all your brain cells get more oxygen, so improving your mental health. Depending on the type of exercise you are practicing, you can also increase the mass of your muscles by lifting weights. Note that you can alternate between aerobic and non aerobic exercise. Aerobic exercise requires a ventilator in front of you, at its lower speed, so that more oxygen is inhaled.
Aerobic uses a lot of air and is often cardiovascular.For example , like running.Anaerobic is strength and does not use a lot of air.For example , like lifting weights.Do you mean in terms of respiration, or exercise? I answered above based on exercise.Aerobic biological processes occur in the presence of Oxygen [O2] while anaerobic processes occur only in the absence of O2.
strength exerciseA form of anaerobic exercise.
The brand of exercise weights does not really matter. The thing you need to take into consideration is the size of the weights that you plan to purchase.
A person with diabetes can do aerobic, flexibility, and strength exercises. Aerobic exercises will help with blood circulation. Flexibility will allow for joints and muscles to not become injuries as much while using them. Strength exercise for someone with diabetics may use small hand weights or even the larger weights that can be found at a local gym.
I Suggest Pull ups because not only do they give great results in a six pack but also in arms and legs.
The only difference is linguistic. 'Aerobic' exercise is exercise with oxygen. It's typically taken to refer to brisk walking, jogging, running, sprinting, bicycling, and so on, in other words, to exercises that get you breathing hard. 'Anaerobic' exercise is typically taken to refer to exercises that don't get you breathing hard such as lifting weights. 'Cardio' is short for 'cardiovascular.' Cardio exercise is any exercise that stresses your cardiovascular system, which are the exercises that get you breathing more rapidly. Therefore, they are just two different ways of referring to the same kind of exercise.
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