Definition of Anaerobic exercise
1. Noun. Exercise that builds muscles through tension.
Generic synonyms: Exercise, Exercising, Physical Exercise, Physical Exertion, Workout
Specialized synonyms: Weightlift, Weightlifting, Weight Gaining
Lexicographical Neighbors of Anaerobic Exercise
Literary usage of Anaerobic exercise
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Navy Seal Physical Fitness Guide edited by Patricia A. Deuster (1997)
"Cardiorespiratory conditioning consists of both aerobic exercise, which requires oxygen to sustain muscle activity, and anaerobic exercise, which does not ..."
2. Mineral Requirements for Military Personnel: Levels Needed for Cognitive And by Food and Nutrition Board, Committee on Military Nutrition Research, National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) (2006)
"Magnesium homeostasis during high-intensity anaerobic exercise in men. J Appl Physiol 62(2):545-550. Deuster PA, Sridhar A, Becker WJ, Coll R, O'Brien KK. ..."
3. The Role of Dietary Supplements for Physically Active People: Current by Kristine M. Scannell, Bernadette M. Marriott (1996)
"Sodium bicarbonate ingestion and its effects on anaerobic exercise of various durations. J Sports Sci 1992 Oct; 10(5):425-35. Meredith CN, Zackin MJ, ..."
4. A Briefer History of Time: From the Big Bang to the Big Mac by Eric Schulman (1999)
"Aerobic exercise is good for you, while anaerobic exercise (sprinting, for example) tends to hurt a lot. Agnosticism: The belief that one is ..."
5. Guide to Clinical Preventive Services: Report of the U. S. Preventive by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"... Kindermann W. Changes in p-endorphin levels in response to aerobic and anaerobic exercise. Sports Med 1992:13:25-36. 93. Daniel M, Martin AD, ..."
6. Gulf War Syndrome: To Examine New Studies Suggesting Links Between Gulf by United States, Congress, House (1997)
"... 27 Another component of our training program will be that of strength training (anaerobic exercise). Both men and women often lack sufficient strength ..."
7. Physical Fitness: A Guide for Individuals With Lower Limb Loss by Ernest M. Burgess, Albert Rappoport (1993)
"The opposite of this is anaerobic exercise during which the energy is provided without utilization of inspired oxygen (ie, exercise that is limited to short ..."