How does it work?
Aerobic exercise refers to the type of repetitive, structured physical activity that requires the body's metabolic system to use oxygen to produce energy. Cardio training improves:
- Weight regulation;
- The function of the heart;
- It prevents a lot of diseases;
- The immunity;
- The function of the lungs and many others;
What are the main benefits?
Aerobic exercise shows a major effect on the health-related components of fitness, especially cardiovascular endurance and body composition.
- Heart rate: Rest heart rate decreases with aerobic exercise and is lower with each workload. The maximum heart rate remains unchanged.
- Aerobic capacity: Maximum aerobic capacity or maximum oxygen uptake (VO2max) is a measure of the maximum amount of oxygen, which the individual can use per unit time during strenuous exercise at sea level. The maximum aerobic capacity is increased with aerobic exercise. Vo2 at rest is stable, as is Vo2 at a given workload. The changes are specific to the trained muscles.
- Peripheral vascular resistance (PVR): Aerobic training reduces arterial and arteriolar tone, thus reducing cardiac "postload" and PVR.
The aerobic exercise program will take into account the individual needs of each participant to achieve the optimal effect. All aspects such as age, current level of training, condition, etc. will be taken into account. The degree of difficulty will be dosed individually.