bowling an be classed as an exersize because it involves swinging your arms and would be an OK warm up without the ball
Yes, it's an aerobic sport because you have to run around a lot and uses a lot of oxygen.
Well right now I am 13 years old and I am only on the 4th day of the first week but i can do it perfectly fine. It is hard but since I am younger its going to be a lot harder. Hopefully by the end of this I will be a really buff and healthy kid.
Anything above 14 is a good age to start, just don't try and be a big man and use really heavy weights, 'cause you'll just end up with a serious injury; go for lighter weights for more reps. I'm 16 and have done it three times in 2 years.
They are both types of respiration. Aerobic uses oxygen and anaerobic does not.
3 to 5 days, p38 hopson, "get fit stay well"
Mountain Climbers are a leg, arm, and core exercise mainly focusing on cardio and rectus abdomines. The muscles that are primarily worked are your abs and legs. Great fat burner and cardio workout. Try to consist 3 sets between reps of 30 to 60 senconds.
Yes. Lots of quick sprints, shuffles, and jumps really increase the heart rate, which is the point of aerobic exercise. Plus, this type of stop and go workout is similar to an interval workout, which is a very effective type of conditioning and fat loss workout.
If you want to lose weight and control it, you should work out for at least 30 minutes per day. Even taking a 30 minute walk is better than sitting on the couch.
F - Frequency - How often you do something can make a big difference. For example, if you walk a mile every day for 1 month, you are going to lose a lot more than if you walk a mile 1 day a week for 1 month.
I- Intensity - How hard your work out is, is also going to make a big difference. For instance, in weight training, the more pounds you lift the more gain.
T- Time - The longer you do something the more you improve on what you are targeting.
T- Type - Type helps you specify what you are working on.
All of these help you make a personalized fittness plan that you and only you can stick to and can improve yourself with.
This entirely depends on the pace at which you are walking, and what condition your body is in. Someone who is very fit, and very trim, will not burn 72 calories as quickly as someone who is not very fit or trim when walking at the same speed.
Lets say you were to walk at 3mph, which is about an average walking pace for many people. Based on your average weight, and walking at a speed of 3 miles an hour, you will burn calories at the following rate:
So if you were to weigh 150lbs, it would take 18 minutes of walking. 18 minutes multiplied by 4 calories a minute equals 72 calories burned. Give or take.
A group of 2 or a group of 1000? Not enough information is provided to answer the question unless you meant "per person". This isn't included in the question and unfortunately for the asker, but actually very fortunately, in math, what isn't stated can't be assumed. Secondly, what kind of group exercise? Again, lack of information.
Not really, it's even more focused on the legs than on a regular bike. Mainly you sit there and push with your legs.
The cardiovascular system (heart, lungs, and other big muscle groups) are strengthened during aerobic exercise through continuous, rhythmic movement. When you exercise, your muscles require more blood that is rich in oxygen, which causes your heart to pump more quickly to keep up.
Swimming, soccer, tennis, skiing, basketball, volleyball, and bicycling are examples of aerobic sports. Walking, jogging, and dancing.
Football, Basketball, Rugby, Hockey and Soccer
Zuzana LIght is an internet fitness instructor from the Czech Republic. Her older videos are hugely popular on YouTube, both under her brand Zuzka Light and the venture with her ex husband, BodyRocks. A respected fitness instructor, Zuzana's main "hook" is the claim that it only takes 12 minutes of high intensity workouts per day to gain a high level of fitness like she has.
While this may be true, and indeed the core workout is only 12 minutes, the timing does not involve warm up or cool down time. She has other, more extended workouts which are also high intensity. Her loyal fans have followed her through the divorce and breakup of the BodyWorks partnership, and support her website Zuzka Light. Her products are sold onsite and at Amazon.
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Yes, over time you can lose 20 pounds of body weight by exercising. Cardio exercise is the best. Of all the forms of cardio exercise, brisk walking is the easiest on your body and it is sustainable long term. Always consult with your physician or medical adviser before radically changing your exercise habits.
There is not a single sport that is simply not areobic. Outdoor anerorbic activites include the sprint events in Track. Like the 100 and 200 meter dashes, along with the 100 hurdles. \
The main muscles used is tibialis Anterior
There are many of these, such as your heart rate increases which means you blood pressure increases. Sorry, that was all I could come up with for Cardiocascular system.
Well, if you want to just go run around town or go for a run (if that's what you mean by free running) then all you need is shorts, a sports bra or t-shirt, sneakers, socks, and an ipod and headphones if you like listening to music while you run. If it's cold out then wear: long pants (yoga, running, or exersize pants), sweat-shirt, one made for running, or a warm regular sweat shirt that you will be comfortable in. Hope this helped!
As soon as you stop using it.
The human body is an adaptive machine. If you are physically active, your body will adapt and improve it's ability to perform those physical activities. If you are physically inactive, you WILL regress and become less physically fit.
True, there is age-related decline as you enter your senior years, but the biggest determinant of aerobic capacity (or any other marker of physical fitness) is how much or little you challenge your body to perform.
Use it or lose it.
Almost all Tai Chi practiced nowadays is either the Yang or Wu style (although a few practice the Chen or Hao).
Tai Chi styles are generally done in two ways- long forms and the short forms. Long forms yield more benefits for the student, but require a longer amount of time to be set aside for them and have a much higher degree of difficulty to learn. While some quality is definitely sacrificed, short forms yield a large degree of benefits and are much easier and simpler to learn.
Of all the Tai Chi short forms, the most basic and well known is the Yang 24 move short form. This article does a fairly good job detailing the subject:
If you want to have access to the best resource on the subject and the different forms of Tai Chi, their difficulty, who teaches them and what they can accomplish I would recommend getting the book Tai Chi Health for Life.
Also, if you want to get technical, the basic components of Tai Chi exist within Qigong, and the best form that exists within Qigong (which while simple contains most of the attributes and benefits one would get from practicing Tai Chi) is known as Cloud Hands. It's actually simple enough to be detailed within an instructional booklet (as opposed to a 5000 page tome for a Tai Chi form), with the book on it being called "Opening the Energy Gates of Your Body."
My own opinion is that the best way to learn Tai Chi is to first extensively master the energy components within the form from a simpler qigong form before beginning the Tai Chi one. If you're open to that, The Energy Gates method is the classic one that's been taught for the past few thousand years in China!