The question should be, and/or.
Aerobic means with oxygen and anaerobic means without oxygen so no sport is anaerobic
sport chemistry is the study of the anaerobic and aerobic respiration to produce energy sport chemistry is the study of the anaerobic and aerobic respiration to produce energy
Why is it important to include both anaerobic and aerobic exercises in Feild hockey
Aerobic. Aerobic and Anaerobic aspects of the sport are very position specific. Midfield positions require long distance running and are primarily aerobic (approx. 70% aerobic), while defense and attack players focus mostly on agility and short bouts of sprints (70-75% anaerobic).
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Hiking. (for apex)
its actually an anaerobic sport mainly working your leg muscles and core
Aerobic: Swimming, soccer, tennis, skiing, basketball, volleyball, and bicycling are examples of aerobic sports. Walking, jogging, and dancing. Anaerobic: Football, Basketball, Rugby, Hockey and Soccer
it is both aerobic and anaerobic...
well anaerobic doesnt use oxygen and aerobic uses oxygen and gymnastics is a sport so that question doesnt even make sense
Humans are both aerobic and anaerobic.
Water Polo Hiking
its both anaerobic and aerobic( depends on the type)