Aerobic School Book - Terms, Formulas, and Charts: Reference Guide for Easy Learning Justina C. Bachsteiner

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Aerobic School Book - Terms, Formulas, and Charts: Reference Guide for Easy Learning by Justina C. Bachsteiner
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INTRODUCING the “Aerobic School Book – Terms, Formulas, and Charts”.WHEN IT COMES TO AEROBIC TERMS, ASK YOURSELF:• Do I know how to compare: Aerobic vs. Anaerobic Exercises, and do I understand the term Anaerobic Threshold?See Section 03.01 –MoreINTRODUCING the “Aerobic School Book – Terms, Formulas, and Charts”.WHEN IT COMES TO AEROBIC TERMS, ASK YOURSELF:• Do I know how to compare: Aerobic vs.

Anaerobic Exercises, and do I understand the term Anaerobic Threshold?See Section 03.01 – Aerobic versus Anaerobic.• Do I understand how to apply: Intensity, Frequency, Duration, Warm-Up, and Stretching to my Aerobic program, and do I understand the term BPM?See Section 03.02 – Aerobic Terms Explained.• Do I understand: Maximal Heart Rate (MHR), Maximal Oxygen Consumption (VO2 Max), the Karvonen Formula (a calculation used to determine the Maximum Heart Rate Reserve), the Met System, the Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE), and the Talk Test?See Section 03.03 – Aerobic Exercise Intensity Explained.• Do I understand: How to Calculate a Beginners Training Heart Rate Range?Also see the Beginners “Age Related” Training Heart Rate Range Chart.See Section 03.04 – How to Calculate Your Beginners Training Heart Rate Range.• Do I understand: Aerobic Conditioning, Aerobic Conditioning Exercise Program, Aerobic Conditioning Progression Plan, Aerobic Conditioning Stages, Aerobic Conditioning Progression (there are 3 stages), the Initial Conditioning Stage, the Improvement Conditioning Stage, and the Maintenance Conditioning Stage)?See Sections 03.05 – Aerobic Conditioning, and Section 03.06 – Aerobic Conditioning Stages Explained.• Do I understand: the Cardiorespiratory Training Methods, Continuous Training, Interval Training, Fartleck Training, Circuit Training, and Aerobic Cross Training (Aerobic Composite Training)?See Section 03.07 – Cardiorespiratory Training Methods.We strive to make learning as easy as possible for you by keeping “Similar Aerobic Terms Grouped Together”.

It’s easier for you to learn because you can compare these terms at a glance. Additionally, our definitions are brief, extremely accurate and easy to understand.EXAMPLE:Above, in SECTION 03.03 – “AEROBIC EXERCISE INTENSITY EXPLAINED”, if you look for the definition of “MAXIMAL OXYGEN CONSUMPTION (VO2 MAX)”, you will also see other related Aerobic Terms such as: Maximal Heart Rate (MHR), the Karvonen Formula (a calculation used to determine the Maximum Heart Rate Reserve), the Met System, the Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE), and the Talk Test?No need to search through other pages when it’s related to “Aerobic Exercise Intensity”.

Notice that in this example all the terms that belong to the category of “Aerobic Exercise Intensity Explained” are grouped together.“Grouping Similar Terms Together” is just one of the writing styles that is consistent throughout book. Additionally, the book’s simplistic descriptions are non-ambiguous, extremely accurate, and easy to understand, while maintaining a “Collegiate Level of Information”.

This book will be your most valuable reference for instant Aerobic information.To further enhance a student’s ability to grasp the definitions quickly, we’ve purposely chosen to avoid the use of highly technical language, and without sacrificing accuracy or reducing the book’s intellectual level.

For these reasons, this eBook is not limited to students at the “Collegiate Level”, but can also be a valuable asset to students at the “Junior High to High School Level”.THIS EBOOK IS GREAT FOR:• Students (from Junior High to College), or (Nursing and Medical Students).



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