6 - exercise per minute, hour, etc. 3. List and define the...

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Margaret Gillespie September 25, 2006 Chapter 6 1. Define aerobic and anaerobic exercises. Aerobic exercises are defined as continuous exercises that last more than 2 minutes. Examples are jogging, long distance swimming, cycling or cross country skiing. Anaerobic exercises last between one and two minutes and include activities such as weighty lifting, sprinting, tennis, handball, squash, volleyball and racquetball. These are performed in the lack of oxygen. 2. What is maximum oxygen uptake? Maximum oxygen uptake is the highest amount of oxygen used by cells during maximum
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Unformatted text preview: exercise per minute, hour, etc. 3. List and define the principles of training. There are three principles of training. The first is intensity, which is defined as the amount of physiological stress on a body during exercise. The second is duration, which is how much time is used for each exercise bout. The third and final is frequency, which is the number of exercise regiments you do per week. 4. What is the second wind phenomenon? It is a general feeling of relief from the effects of exhaustion....
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