Aerobic and Anaerobic - Definitions
Physical movement creates supplemental oxygenation
of the blood and stimulates the lymphatic
system which thereby detoxifies the
body. The degree of physical
activity determines the extent of benefits and the
impact to the body.
improves health, maintains fitness, builds
delays aging, changes ones physiology thus improving
mental and emotional
states, assists sleep and is used for physical
rehabilitation and wellness.
- Reduction in the risk of coronary artery disease.
- Reduction in the risk of developing high blood
- Blood fat improvement - decrease LDL 'bad'
cholesterol and increase
HDL 'good ' cholesterol.
- Reduction in risk of stroke - Improving blood fats
deposit in arteries.
- Reduction in risk of developing type 2 diabetes
- Weight control via exercise reduces chances of obesity
- which leads to diabetes.
- Immune system activation - regular exercise wards
- Improved blood circulation.
- Build strong bones - reduces risk of osteoporosis.
- Change in mental and emotional state - a change in
changes one's mood and focus.
- Boost natural life force energy known as Chi.
- Relief from muscle pain and fibromyalgia
- exercise stimulates the growth of tiny blood
vessels (capillaries) in
the muscles. This enables the body to deliver oxygen
to the muscles more
efficiently and remove irritating metabolic waste
products, such as lactic
Information gathered from the Mayo Foundation for
Education and Research.
Definition - Movement applied to the body or
a body part, by
another person or persons (physiotherapy), or via a
motion machine. When
a passive range of motion is applied, the body or
body part (arm, leg,
head, ankle, wrist, knee), of the individual
receiving the passive exercise
is completely relaxed, while the outside force moves
the body part throughout
the available range of motion.
Motion Machine -
Chi Exercise Machine.
Low Impact, Passive
Aerobic Exercise with the Original Sun Ancon Chi
- Excellent for those who hate to exercise,
are short on time, those who prefer to exercise at
home or on a lunchbreak,
those who dislike the body being stressed and
jarred, those who need to
relax and de-stress, and those who are frail, sick,
bedridden or elderly.
Excellent for warm ups and cool downs. No need to
remove clothing. No risk
Definition - Physical activity long in
duration, low in intensity
- rhythmic and repetitive for the purpose of
conditioning or strengthening
any part of the body. Aerobic means "with air",
emphasis placed on the
oxygen in the air. Muscles need oxygen to function.
Aerobic activity continually
supplies enough oxygen to the exercising muscles for
the duration of the
Aerobic exercise conditions the heart, blood vessels
and cardiovascular system (lungs), by increasing the
oxygen available to
the body and by enabling the heart to use oxygen
more efficiently. Regular
aerobic exercise releases endorphins, the body's
bicycling, brisk walking, dancing, swimming, rowing,
soccer, skating and cross country skiing.
Activity is either Low Impact or High Impact:
Low Impact - One foot always stays on the
floor and supports
the weight of the body. e.g. Walking, stair
High-impact - Include actions that take both
feet off the floor,
thus causing more jarring of the joints when the
body weight hits the floor
again. e.g. Jumping, jogging, skipping.
Definition - Physical activity short in
duration, high in intensity
- general level of intensity too great to allow
enough oxygen into the
body to burn fat for energy. The body then switches
to burning stored fuels
such as glycogen and small amounts of carbohydrate
stored in muscles. Since
we only store about 2 minutes worth of anaerobic
energy, anaerobic activity
usually lasts a short time or becomes stop and go as
we tire faster.
Anaerobic benefits determine how well a workout
and develops muscles.
activities includes weight lifting, racquetball,
skiing, tennis, marial arts and sprinting.
cause sore muscles due to lactic acid build up which
can be prevented or quickly dissipated via passive
aerobic exercise with
the Sun Ancon Chi Exercise Machine.
There is no substitution for getting your body up
and moving daily via
such activity as walking, swimming, biking, jogging,
basketball or even lifting weights or walking a
treadmill in a gym.
However, due to physical challenges, illness, age
restrictions and weather factors, many people simply
cannot or do not
get their body moving everyday. Many people spend
their day commuting,
working, raising a family, sitting in front of a
computer or TV, or
The Chi Machine
enables cellular oxygenation, cellular
detox, spinal alignment, weight control, pain
relief, rmental focus and
the relaxation a body needs to aid in maintaining
'speeds up ageing' - Jan 29th
2008 - BBC World News.
"This conclusion provides a powerful message that
could be used by
clinicians to promote
the potential anti-ageing effect of regular
exercise." - King's College
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