Aerobic Workouts and Anaerobic workouts, what body structure have you?
A bodybuilder subjects himself to the extremes of hard training and dieting becoming mentally and physically strong.
What can you expect to gain from weight training:
- Increases in strength and physical conditioning
- Improved health and well being
- Better blood circulation
- Greater resistance to illness
- Improve your physical fitness
- Reduce your body fat levels and re sculpture your body to your desires
- Rehabilitate a part of the body that has been weakened by injury
There are so many positive sides to fitness and bodybuilding.
Types of Workout
There are two particular and distinct types of workout;
Aerobic exercise is a long lasting, low intensity activity where the ability to supply oxygen to the muscles involved in the activity is greater than the amount demanded by the exercise. Examples of aerobic exercises are swimming, running, cycling and walking. Aerobic workouts are predominantly used to burn body fat, fat being used to supply the energy needs. Circuit training is also aerobic, this is where a combination of exercises are undertaken with little or no rest.
Anaerobic exercise is short lasting, high intensity activity, where the demand for oxygen from the exercise exceeds the oxygen supply. Examples of anaerobic exercises are sprinting and weight training. Instead of fat being utilized to supply the energy needs, glycogen (muscle sugar) is used
Anaerobic workouts therefore result in muscle mass gain.
There are basically three types of body structure;
Ectomorphs have the smaller bone structure of the three, they generally have a slender and thin appearance.
Mesomorphs have the medium size bone structure, individuals in this category are generally well built, husky and muscular
Endomorphs have the largest of bone structures and individuals in this category are generally overweight
But don’t worry no matter what category you belong to you can develop an awesome muscled body with my easy to follow exercises.
Beginners Routines Part 1 Aerobic and Anaerobic Exercise, Body Structures