Yes! soccer is a vigorous activity, its not easy to play a full 90 minute match. It takes time and dedication to actually play good for that amount of time.
no it is AN aerobic exercise because an aerobic exercise is any medium to extreme physical movement for 15 minutes or more
Hockey is an aerobic sport.
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Anaerobic exercise is exercise such as weight training.
Chemical energy. The currency of metabolism is adenosine triphosphate (ATP) which is responsible for all human muscular mechanical activity. However, the type of energy is very simply "chemical".
Running, for all humans, starts off as aerobic. But, if, during a run/jog/workout, your body cannot continue to complete aerobic respiration, running then becomes anaerobic (aerobic and anaerobic meaning with and without oxygen). So, if you push your body enough, you will reach anaerobic running. The point at which running goes from aerobic to anaerobic is the anaerobic threshold.
Actually, every exercise is at least slightly aerobic or slightly anaerobic. Aerobic exercise is exercise with oxygen, in other words, exercise that gets you breathing hard by utilizing your cardiovascular system. Running, jogging, swimming, and walking are examples of aerobic exercise. Anaerobic exercise is exercise without oxygen, in other words, exercise that does not get you breathing hard. Doing a single squat or bench press are examples of anaerobic exercise. Also, many anaerobic exercises can be made aerobic simply by doing more of them, for example, doing 50 bench presses or squats without pausing. ----