Fitness Friday: Aerobic vs Anaerobic

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  1. pc747

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    We are going to discuss the differences between aerobic and anaerobic training. Aerobic is any muscle movement that uses oxygen to burn carbohydrates and fats to produce energy. Examples of aerobic training includes running, biking, and swimming. Anaerobic does not require oxygen to burn carbohydrates and fats for energy. Examples of anaerobic training includes weightlifting, push-ups, and sit-ups. To get a better picture of how much you are pushing your body you will need to calculate your basal metabolic rate, which is the energy burned at rest.
    The ideal training should include both aerobic and anaerobic training. Example would be starting the workout with a brisk walk/job and then mix up with both full body and target muscle group exercises done with little to no rest for 30 minutes to 1 hour.

    Now that we have a basis of where we need to be as far as training I want to open the thread up to you guys to share work out routines whether it be the wod (workout of the day) or how you organize your training for the day.
  2. 94lt1

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    Today was back and ab day.. And as usual.. Pause reps till ya die... and rest pause on the final two sets.. Gotta try to make 14 on them.. Wooohooo..
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