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Common aerobic exercises in life include yoga, walking, swimming, Tai Chi, and aerobics. Anaerobic exercises include weightlifting, short-distance running, wrestling, long jump, and high jump. The difference between the two is that the former has a longer duration, and the latter generally has a shorter duration.
1. Aerobic exercise
Aerobic exercise refers to a physical exercise program in which the human body can still maintain sufficient oxygen supply during exercise, and the oxygen consumed by the body and the oxygen inhaled are in a balanced state. The more common aerobic exercises include yoga, walking, jogging, skating, and swimming. , Tai Chi, aerobics, etc.
2. Anaerobic exercise
Anaerobic exercise refers to the vigorous exercise of the muscles in a state of insufficient oxygen, and the oxygen inhaled by the human body is far from being able to supplement the oxygen consumed. Common anaerobic exercises in life include weightlifting, short-distance running, middle and long-distance running, tug-of-war, wrestling, long jump, high jump, etc.
3. The difference between the two
The obvious difference between the two is the exercise time. The aerobic exercise lasts longer and the exercise intensity is relatively low. Generally, you can continue to exercise for more than 15 minutes. The anaerobic exercise is a kind of rapid burst exercise, and the duration is relatively short.