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With or in the presence of oxygen. Low to moderate intensity exercise. Makes your body use large amounts of oxygen over a long period of time.
Without the presence of oxygen (high intensity exercise when muscle burn occurs). Using short periods of hard work followed by periods of rest.
The percent of fat, lean muscle, bone, connective tissue you, water etc. in the body. The term 'percent of body fat' refers to the amount of fat in the body in relation to total body weight.
The body's ability to adequately deliver oxygen and nutrients to tissues over sustained periods of physical activity.
Training technique that involves moving from one exercise to another, each exercise working a different muscle group until each muscle has been worked. It can include strength training stations, cardio stations, or a mixture of the two.
The muscles of the abdominals, lower back, and glutes.
A type of stretching that utilizes speed of movement and is specific to a sport or movement pattern.
The ability to use your muscles for a long period of time without getting tired.
The amount of force your muscles produce.
Anything done prior to starting your lifting\workout routine that raises your heart rate and warms up your core, usually 5-10 minutes of cardio and stretching.
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