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What Change Occurs In Muscles At The Anaerobic Threshold
Intervals: Interval training can increase your anaerobic threshold. Since intervals involve high intensity bursts with brief rests, they can challenge your anaerobic system and train it to adapt. Gradually increase the length of time of the high intensity portions over time, and you should see your anaerobic threshold increase. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It may be in reference to organisms that grow in oxygen poor environment. Or to those that simply do not need oxygen to thrive. It is also used to refer to certain types of execises (ie weight lifting) that are short in duration but high in power out put. They are the companion (not the opposite) if aerobic exercises which are longer duration, less intense and ...Read more
Which is the best supplemen to help prevent muscle inflammation for athltes who do anaerobic exercise and train for 100 and 200 meters?Could you name?
How can I lose body fat fast and without loss of muscle? I'm not a big fan of extended periods of cardiovascular exercise, i usually do more anaerobic
Weightloss: That's the one billion dollar question. Look at all the weight loss adds... No free lunch here! steering your diet to high protein and low carbs is a good start, aerobic exercise helps speeding up caloric loss. You can modify your anaerobic exercise with faster sets and less recuperation time to boost your overall metabolism... ...Read more
Worried about unproductive chest cough, chest & soreness in muscle just below middle of ribcage. Symptoms began after a 30 min anaerobic run on Fri.
Can be a stitch: This can be a stitich in the muscle about and below the rib cage. You can try ice or heat to the are. Consider it a pulled muscle ...Read more
Depends: It depends on which cardiac muscle tissue. In the SA node, its around -50 mv. In subsidiary pacemakers it can be as much as -90 mv. ...Read more
Radial: The iris muscles which respond to more and less light, are radial in position. The resting position is the normal size of the pupil in normal light and with less light, the muscles contract and open the pupil. Since they are radial (like the spokes on a bike), they open and close the iris in a circular pattern. Very clever mechanism. ...Read more
Stretchmarks post tu: I have on occasion seen stretch marks of the legs or shoulders with rapdi growth and/or weight training. However, I have not observed this with abdominal muscles. It is far more likely you well develop well established flexion creases if you repeatedly flex (sit ups). ...Read more
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
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