In preparing the subjects of this paper, it was mainly used to develop anaerobic exercise
Effect of caffeine and ephedrine ingestion on anaerobic exercise
Although it has been reported that moderate and high intensity aerobic exercise increases the production of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species; exceeding the capacity of antioxidant defense (22-25), there are contradictory reports (8, 26-28) about the effects of anaerobic exercise
on blood oxidative stress markers.
When we consider all previous studies and this study, we can conclude that along with releasing high levels of energy, anaerobic exercise
increases nesfatin levels in athletes because of the disintegration of ATP (which is required for short-term muscular contractions) into creatinine and phosphate ions.
Effects of multibuffer supplementation on acid-base balance and 2,3-diphosphoglycerate following repetitive anaerobic exercise
Effect of aerobic and anaerobic exercise
refers to physical exertion where the energy required to produce this activity is provided independently of oxygen.
High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is an enhanced form of interval training, an exercise strategy alternating periods of short intense anaerobic exercise
with less intense recovery periods.
Studies suggest that hydration with sodium bicarbonate waters with high mineralization reduce dieresis and increase the hydration of the body after anaerobic exercise
decreasing the time of fatigue.
The HR (170-180 beats/min; max 75-80%) of a race horse indicates that anaerobic metabolism occurs greatly during exercise due to the significant increase in lactate concentration to threshold levels following anaerobic exercise
(Gondim et al.
Thus the greater the anaerobic exercise
, the greater the oxygen debt after the exercise (25).
Exercise training was geared to increasing each participant's level of physical fitness and flexibility, and consisted of relaxation training, aerobic exercise (cycling or gymnastics), and hydrotherapy or anaerobic exercise
(strength and flexibility training, walking).