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aerobic

1. (of an organism or process) depending on oxygen
2. of or relating to aerobes
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Aerobic respiration is a chemical reaction that uses oxygen to help cells produce energy.
As in bacterial vaginosis, vaginal lactate concentration is depressed in patients with aerobic vaginitis, but unlike patients with bacterial vaginosis, vaginal succinate is not produced, Dr.
Although Tae-Bo should enable participants to burn 500 to 800 calories an hour, far more than the 300 to 400 calories shed during a one-hour aerobics class, each person is different.
Then, to determine whether the aerobic phase was beyond your physical capacity, check your recovery heart rate by [taking your pulse].
Women during pregnancy -- Healthy women should get at least two and one half hours of moderate-intensity aerobic activity a week during pregnancy and the time after delivery, preferably spread through the week.
In this research it was indicated that in aerobic activity, fenugreek supplemental and aerobic along with supplemental groups there is a significant decrease in the amounts of triglyceride in ratio with control group.
control, continuous and intermittent aerobic exercises) (Table 2).
Major Finding: Structured aerobic, resistance, or combined exercise training lowers [HbA.
At the end of a year, the aerobic exercise group showed an increase in the volume of the left and right hippocampus of 2.
The Multi Function Aerobic Step elevates the Wii Fit[TM] Balance Board to three different height levels; a 3 inch platform, a standard 4 inch aerobic step platform, as well as a high 6 inch platform.
The study arms consisted of supervised aerobic interval exercise with a target intensity of 90%-95% of maximum heart rate, supervised isocaloric continuous exercise at 70% of maximum, or, as a control, standard medical advice about the importance of physical activity but no supervised training.
EXERCISE TRAINING ADAPTATIONS IN WOMEN WITH VERY LOW INITIAL AEROBIC CAPACITY LEVELS: A COMPARISON STUDY.