Musculoskeletal outcome

Anaerobic Exercise Capacity

Anaerobic capacity refers to cardiovascular exercise that is short in duration and high in intensity, more prolonged than resistance training yet too intense to be maintained for more than a few minutes

Musculoskeletal
9 causes

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How To Improve Anaerobic Exercise Capacity: Techniques & Factors

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Sodium Bicarbonate Manufactured risk & protective factor
Sodium Bicarb...
Manufactured

Notable Increase

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Coffee (Caffeine) Beverage risk & protective factor

Notable Increase

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Cacao Nutrition risk & protective factor
Cacao
Nutrition

Notable Increase

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Green Tea Beverage risk & protective factor
Green Tea
Beverage

Minor Increase

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High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Selfcare risk & protective factor

Strong Increase

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Dynamic stretching Selfcare risk & protective factor

Notable Increase

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Massage Selfcare risk & protective factor
Massage
Selfcare

Minor Decrease

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Meat & Foods rich in Branched-Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) Nutrition risk & protective factor

Minor Increase

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Anaerobic Exercise Capacity outcomes

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Metabolic Syndrome Lymphatic outcome

Strong Decrease

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