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Aerobic Exercise is physical exercise of relatively low intensity that depends primarily on the aerobic energy-generating process. Aerobic literally means "living in air", and refers to the use of oxygen to adequately meet energy demands during exercise via aerobic metabolism. Generally, light-to-moderate intensity activities that are sufficiently supported by aerobic metabolism can be performed for extended periods of time.

  Among the recognized benefits of doing regular aerobic exercise are :

Strengthening the heart muscles involved in respiration, to facilitate the flow of air in and out of the lungs.

Strengthening and enlarging the muscle, to improve its pumping efficiency and reduce the resting heart rate, known as aerobic conditioning.

Strengthening muscles throughout the body.

Improving circulation efficiency and reducing blood pressure.

Increasing the total number of red blood cells in the body, facilitating transport of oxygen.

Improved mental health, including reducing stress and lowering the incidence of depression.

Reducing the risk for diabetes.

Burns body fat, while building leaner muscle.

As a result, aerobic exercise can reduce the risk of death due to cardiovascular problems. In addition, high-impact aerobic activities (such as jogging or using a skipping rope) can stimulate bone growth, as well as reduce the risk of osteoporosis for both men and women.

  In addition to the health benefits of aerobic exercise, there are numerous performance benefits :

Increased storage of energy molecules such as fats and carbohydrates within the muscles, allowing for increased endurance.

Neovascularization of the muscle to increase blood flow through the muscles sarcomeres.

Increasing speed at which aerobic metabolism is activated within muscles, allowing a greater portion of energy for intense exercise to be generated aerobically.

Improving the ability of muscles to use fats during exercise, preserving intramuscular glycogen.

Increasing the total number of red blood cells in the body, facilitating transport of oxygen.

Enhancing the speed at which muscles recover from high intensity exercise.