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Anaerobic and Aerobic Exercise Are Much Different, but Each Play a Key Role in Your Fitness Plan

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Anaerobic and Aerobic Exercise Are Much Different, but Each Play a Key Role in Your Fitness Plan
The first time I heard the words "aerobic" and "anaerobic" exercise was in my elementary school health class around the time we had "the talk" (we girls later received packets of pads and powder fresh deodorant; I'm not sure what the boys got, but I'll leave that to your imagination).If you're curious, too, let's take a deeper dive with the help of Miho J.
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Exercise May Help to Fend Off Depression

And most have concluded that physically active people tend to be happier and less prone to anxiety and severe depression than people who seldom move much.But those past studies showed only that exercise and depression are linked, not that exercise actually causes a drop in depression risk.
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'Extreme' exercise no danger to middle-aged hearts

Middle-aged men who partake in extreme exercise are not putting their heart health at risk, a new study contends.Previous studies had questioned whether extreme exercise could be harmful, because some very active athletes tended to have higher levels of coronary artery calcification (CAC), researchers said in background notes.
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