Aerobic endurance refers to the ability of the body to continuously transport oxygen throughout its various systems for extended periods of time. By maintaining the flow of oxygen, an individual is able to exercise conti... More »

Cardiovascular endurance is important because it helps to boost the supply of oxygen in the body thus boosting strength. It is measured as the amount of oxygen carried in the blood and pumped by the heart to the active m... More »

Muscular endurance is critical to improving stamina and increasing the amount of time you can engage in an activity without growing tired. Muscle and Performance Magazine explains that muscle endurance is important not o... More »

Cardiorespiratory endurance is a measure of the body's ability to absorb and use oxygen as well as create energy to facilitate muscle movement. Endurance improves with regular exercise. More »

Cardiovascular endurance is the body’s ability to deliver oxygen to muscles while they are working. Essentially, it is the heart and lungs delivering energy to a body in motion without undue fatigue, according to the Dep... More »

Oxygen debt occurs when muscles are exerted beyond the ability of the body to supply oxygen to muscle fibers fast enough, according to BrianMac Sports Coach. Such exertion must be very strenuous before oxygen debt occurs... More »

Aerobic means with oxygen, and anaerobic means without oxygen. An aerobic exercise stimulates the heart rate and causes breathing to become faster but not so much that the activity cannot be sustained. An anaerobic exerc... More »

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