What is the definition of aerobic endurance?
Aerobic endurance is the time which you can exercise, without producing lactic acid (and it building up) in your muscles. In other words, aerobic endurance is stamina, the amount of time you can maintain an aerobic use of energy (oxygen).
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What is the difference between aerobic capacity and muscular endurance?
What is the difference between resistance and aerobic exercise?
What type of endurance does aerobic exercise build?
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What forms of endurance training other then aerobic endurance are involved in sport?
What does the body develop with regular aerobic exercise?
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What do aerobic and anaerobic exercise have in common?
What do aerobic and anaerobic exercises have in common?
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Why do footballers need aerobic endurance?
a footballer will need aerobic endurance because: a match lasts 90minutes and they will need to be active for much of his time. they need to be able to perform at a high level for the whole match. many injuries occur when a footballer gets tired- therefore they need good levels for aerobic endurance to reduce the possibility of an injury.