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what is aroebic exercise?

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Dr. Naresh Rao
23 years experience Sports Medicine
Oxygen: Aerobic exercise involves engaging in activities that expend energy while using oxygen. This is the most efficient use of your energy. Activities include running, biking, swimming, etc. In contrast, anaerobic exercises include activities such as weightlifting. Aerobic exercise have the most cardiovascular benefit and can lower the risk of heart attack and stroke.
Answered on Apr 28, 2014
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