Is the heart aerobic or anaerobic?
The heart is aerobic, and takes up a large amount of oxygen from the passing blood supply. Under anaerobic conditions, such as a blockage of one of the coronary arteries, the heart muscle which loses it's blood supply dies. This is a heart attack.
Why is it important that you balance out your exercise routine with aerobic and anaerobic exercises?
Diffrences between anaerobic and aerobic fermentation is aerobic occurs in the presence of oxygen and 2 molecules of adenisine triphosphate while anaerobic is in the absence of oxygen and produces 34 molecules of adenosine triphosphate. Lemme tell you all that there is no fermentation which is aerobic. In fact its will be wrong to classify fermentation process into aerobic and anaerobic. Its the respiration which can be aerobic or anaerobic.
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.
aerobic exercise is any sort of endurance training, like running long distances. They rely on the body receiving oxygen in order to give the muscles energy, so the blood flow increases. The lungs and heart are strengthened with aerobic. anaerobic exercise is quick like sprinting a 100m or weight lifting. Aerobic refers to cardiorespiratory fitness, and anaerobic refers to muscular fitness.
Aerobic exercises concentrate on strengthening the muscles involved in respiration and the heart rate increases. These exercises improve the circulation of blood and transportation of oxygen in the body. Anaerobic exercises build strength and muscle mass. While performing these exercises the heart rate will not increase as much.