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What is cardiovascular exercise?

Some people refer to Cardiovascular exercise as aerobic exercise, some people even call it ‘cardio’ for short! All it amounts!!! Any Suggestions here?

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  1. Romana Reply:

    How to Mix Up Cardio Exercise. When doing cardio exercise, it is important to mix up your cardio workouts for two reasons. One, your body gets used to a certain Detail:http://www.ehow.com/how_2318085_mix-up-cardio-exercise.html

  2. Marybelle Reply:

    Aerobics. Cardio can be worked on in a lot of ways. Simply running can work your cardio. It lowers blood pressure and burns calories.

  3. Maryann Reply:

    Any activity that increases your heart and respiration rate for a specific period is cardio exercise. There are different degrees of cardio from mild to intense. Here are a few examples of cardio exercise: walking cross-country skiing joggi… More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_examples_of_cardiovascular_exercise

  4. Marybeth Reply:

    Any activity that increases your heart and respiration rates for a specific period is cardiovascular exercise. The heart is a muscle. Like all muscle, to remain strong it needs to be worked. When a heart is not worked, it can weaken over ti… More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_benefits_of_cardiovascular_exercise

  5. Meda Reply:

    Elliptical exercise machines can provide an excellent cardio workout. Most have handlebars for your arms which allow for a total body workout. The other major benefit of using an elliptical is that there is no impact on the ground allowing … More:http://www.ehow.com/how_4784973_perform-cardiovascular-exercises.html

  6. Rochell Reply:

    is skipping rope cardiovascular exercise or do? someone I know said it muscle toning or both? is it good exercise, how much u need to ‘tones every muscle in your body’ and is

  7. Glinda Reply:

    Sustained, cardiovascular / aerobic exercise means working the legs usually, arms maybe, and heart muscles especially, to pump the blood to provide nutrients and oxygen to those muscles! And the diaphragm and ribs for breathing! All those muscles require energy to work! When the energy requirements go beyond what you have consumed as food for that day, and what you have stored in the liver, the balance is made up by the fat reserves in the cells around your internal organs and under your skin! The fat is chemically broken down and metabolised to provide energy, the waste products being water and CO2! During a weight loss regimen, at rest, you can sometimes even feel the heat being released as fat stores are burned away! (Its not happening at a very high temperature, but burning is a good enough analogy for the chemical breakdown of fat reserves to release energy!)

  8. Lizeth Reply:

    Any exercise, activity or sport that increases your heart and respiration rate for a specific period is cardio (cardiovascular) exercise. There are different degrees

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