Aside from dieting, gyming and other similar exercises, aerobic and anaerobic are two of the most common strategies employed by those trying to shed extra pounds. According to a heath daily, it burns calories, playing a key role in weight loss. In addition to helping you lose weight, both these exercises have been linked to many other benefits, including improved mood and stronger bones, states Healthline.
There has always been a debate about what type of exercises are better for your health: aerobic or anaerobic. It all depends on your goals and body type, either of the approaches may yield better results for you. Here is the basic difference between aerobic and anaerobic as stated by Healthline.
The rugby 🏉 unit in grades 5 & 6 has been a huge success! It’s great anaerobic exercise plus teaches concentration & cooperation. Thanks to @tonyridnell and @Seawolves_Rugby players @ShalomSuniula & @williamrasilek1 for bringing this to OWS. pic.twitter.com/B4kAXCGmfy— Open Window School (@OWSBobcat) October 9, 2019
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