You may have heard the terms “aerobic” and “anaerobic” used when referring to different types of exercise. But do you know the difference?
Aerobic and anaerobic exercise both serve different purposes and engage your body in different ways. Neither type of exercise is objectively “better” than the other, but whether you choose to engage in aerobic or anaerobic exercise (or both) may depend on your specific fitness goals.
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