Running Biomechanics – 14 Compound Aerobic & Anaerobic Exercises Videos for building Joint Strength Cardiorespiratory Fitness & Anaerobic Power – Kettlebell Squats, Deadlifts, Burpees & Mountain Climbers
Compound exercises as the name suggests work multiple muscle groups at the same time. For example, a squat is a compound exercise that works the quadriceps, glutes, and calves.
Compound exercises are prescribed, as they replicate movements that are more natural and ensure the individual is progressing towards complete wellness as efficiently as possible.
Take the squat again; it is replicating the movement for standing up, driving forward, jumping and many other movements you might see in real life or sport, with each muscle getting attention during the movement.
The cardio respiratory endurance component of your exercise is extremely important because of scientifically proven health and longevity benefits.
Here we add some Kettlebell activities which addresses the midsection of your body and makes it stronger when you perform the exercise correctly. The two most important things to achieve this are that you squeeze your glutes and abdominal muscle at the top of the swing.
Any activity that breaks down glucose for energy without using oxygen are called Anaerobic Activities. Generally, these activities are of short length with high intensity. The idea is that a lot of energy is released within a small period of time, and your oxygen demand surpasses the oxygen supply.
Exercises and movements that require short bursts of intense energy are examples of anaerobic exercises.
If anaerobic exercise sounds like a lot of work, that’s because it is. But the benefits that come with the intense fitness regime are enough to make you want to power through your next session.