Low intensity, longer duration exercise that temporarily increases heart rate as a means to improve the efficiency of oxygen consumption by the body.
Relating to the phase of metabolism where simple substances are transformed or synthesized into complex materials of living tissue.
High intensity, shorter duration exercise that primarily uses glucose rather than oxygen.
Also called the “positive” movement. The contraction of a muscle against gravity, such as pressing a barbell upward during a bench press or pulling the lat bar downward during a pulldown.
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Extra repetitions of an exercise assisted by a spotter who bears some of the weight.
Heart rate is measured by counting how many times your heart is pumping blood per minute
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Range of Motion (ROM)
Refers to the limits of motion of the joints and muscles associated with an exercise.
The large three-part muscle that runs along the back of the upper arm.