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Exercise

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    Exercise is commonly associated with aerobic activity or sustained activity over a period of time that utilizes and strengthens the cardiovascular and pulmonary systems. Aerobic exercise involves repetitive movement of large muscle groups and increased respiration rate. Anaerobic exercise, in contrast, generally involves short duration movements of smaller muscle groups and strength-training exercise, helping to increase muscle mass and build and maintain healthy bones. In the following discussion, the terms physical exercise and physical activity will be used interchangeably to refer to the effects of both aerobic and anaerobic exercise.
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    The ability to undertake sustained physical exertion without undue breathlessness.
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    Metabolism, sum of all biochemical processes involved in life.
 

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