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Although both have their own pros and cons, we need to compare them to find out which is ideal for you. Let's find out who will win the ongoing war between aerobic and anaerobic exercises.
The most important difference between aerobic and anaerobic exercises is the use of oxygen in aerobic exercises, but no oxygen is used in anaerobic exercises.

This actually works similar to the concepts of aerobic and anaerobic respiration; Aerobic respiration takes place in the presence of oxygen, while anaerobic respiration occurs in the absence of oxygen.
* Aerobic exercises: Aerobic exercises are exercises where oxygen is used to provide energy to the body during long-term activity. These exercises should be done at medium intensity for a long time. They tend to improve the overall oxygen consumption of the body and also increase the body's metabolism. Examples of these exercises are long distance running, cycling, kick boxing, swimming, treadmill, jogging and quick walks, skipping rope.
* Anaerobic exercises: On the other hand, anaerobic exercises are exercises that meet the body's energy needs from respiration and force the body to work without oxygen. Due to this lack of oxygen, these exercises can only be performed for a short time. Examples of these exercises are weight lifting, pulling, pushing, sprinting.
If a comparison is to be made between aerobic and anaerobic exercises, then oxygen is not the only difference. Although aerobic exercises are simple, they are made for medium and long duration (average 20 minutes) and anaerobic exercises are short-term (2-3 minutes) intensive exercises. Aerobic exercises require higher durability levels as they are made longer. To ensure energy in both exercises, pyruvate production from glucose is used, ie glycolysis, although the substances that break down glucose are different. In aerobic exercise, oxygen is used to break down glucose, while anaerobic exercises use phosphocreatine to break down glucose.
Aerobic exercises accelerate the circulation of oxygen in the blood and in the body. They reduce blood pressure and accelerate fat destruction. On the other hand, anaerobic exercises help improve strength and muscle mass. They help increase strength, speed, and metabolic rate of the body. The biggest disadvantage of aerobic exercises is that they tend to reduce the body mass and strength of an individual.
Weight loss and exercise: 
There is a misunderstanding that many people are better at aerobic exercises when it comes to weight loss. Cardiovascular exercises, such as running and skipping rope, actually help to lose weight, but anaerobic exercises have advantages. In these exercises you will continue to burn fat after exercise, even when your body is resting. More importantly, you're aiming at muscle building in these exercises, and muscle building allows you to burn calories.
From this point of view, anaerobic exercises seem a bit superior to aerobic exercises, but that does not mean that anaerobic exercises are the right one for you. For example, aerobic exercises are ideal for a person with back pain, because anaerobic exercises such as weight lifting can aggravate back pain. The best option is to consult with a physiotherapist to determine which exercise is best for your health.

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