How Anaerobic Exercise Differs From Aerobic Exercise

Anaerobic exercise is high intensity exercise that can be done for a short duration of time, usually 30 to 90 seconds.

These exercises are intense enough that the body uses the supply of oxygen and then uses creatine phosphate to generate the energy needed for the activity.

The body cannot keep up the intensity of these exercises for long periods of time due to the intensity and the lack of oxygen as an energy source during these exercises.

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