Anaerobic Training

How to Burn Fat the Right Way

Looking to enhance your speed and strength? Want to improve your heart health and be your fittest self-possible? Then, anaerobic training is what you’re looking for. First let’s differentiate between aerobic and anaerobic as they differ in approach, technique, and outcome. Your aerobic capacity is the highest amount of oxygen your body can use at one time during intense exercise. When you do any type of aerobic exercise, your body uses oxygen to fuel metabolism and provide energy for movement. When oxygen production is insufficient to fulfill the needs of other intense activities, your body changes to a different type of metabolism that does not require oxygen and that is your aerobic capacity. The intensity of anaerobic exertion can be 105% or even 150% of your VO2max, implying that you need to push hard and squeeze every last drop, making every single second worth it. It is also the ultimate way to build muscle and burn calories. Simply put, anaerobic training is an excellent route to improve your fitness and endurance.

What is anaerobic training?     

Anaerobic literally means "without air," so anaerobic exercise is a strenuous workout that forces the body to use energy sources other than oxygen to sustain the muscles. Because an alternative energy source is required, the body uses glycogen (a type of glucose) stored in muscles as fuel. Strength training is the perfect model of anaerobic training. Athletes that compete in short-duration, high-intensity sports such as sprints or weightlifting use anaerobic exercise. It increases muscle mass, strength, speed, and power.

The reserve your body lasts on is around -12 seconds, stimulating rapid muscle fibers, which can only be performed for a limited span of time without the assistance of additional inhaled oxygen. Anaerobic exercise lasts roughly 1.5-2 minutes during a high-intensity workout,. All workouts are alternated with short rests that allow the body to recover its oxygen levels. Such workouts help in the removal of excess weight, the dispersal of congestion, and the pumping up of muscles.

Benefits of anaerobic training:

  • Promotes the production of anabolic hormones, muscle mass growth, and strengthening of muscles
  • Works on endurance
  • Regulates blood sugar levels and reducing the risk of diabetes
  • Accelerates the metabolic process
  • Reduces toxins and waste products
  • Accelerates the fat-burning process due to high-calorie loss during exercise
  • Builds an athletic silhouette

 

Examples of anaerobic training:

  • Short-distance sprinting
  • Rope skipping
  • Fast cycling
  • High-intensity interval training
  • Bodybuilding
  • Powerlifting
  • Tabata
  • Exercise on sports machines

Luckily, we’ve got your backs at WayUp Sports. We have everything you need to start your anaerobic journey. You can find all the necessary equipment you will need- be it weights, skip ropes, stepper, resistance bands, and much more. We are here to help serve you with the best equipment and tools for a fit and healthy fitness endeavor.

It is recommended that anaerobic training be combined with aerobic exercise and good diet for the greatest results. Increasing the amount of protein in your diet will accelerate the development of a fit, muscular silhouette. Remember that when you do an anaerobic workout, you are driving your body to function at its greatest capacity, so it is critical to alternate between warm-up, exercise, and rest periods to achieve benefits while not jeopardizing your health.

 

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