OTHER WORDS FROM anaerobican·aer·o·bi·cal·ly, adverb
How to use anaerobic in a sentence
The main takeaway from the paper is that, contrary to the hand-waving explanations we’ve all heard, the anaerobic threshold does not represent the point at which you’re exercising so hard that your muscles can no longer get enough oxygen.
He’s the guy who’s credited with coming up with the idea of the “anaerobic threshold” back in the 1960s—a concept that originally seemed straightforward, but that in the half-century since has turned out to be endlessly controversial and confusing.
For one thing, the idea is that when raw speed and anaerobic potential start to decline, professional athletes can still be competitive on the roads where having a fast finishing kick is less essential to success.
If you’re having to burn a lot of anaerobic energy to maintain the pace, the energy estimate will be inaccurate.We Now Have the Lab Data on Nike’s Breaking2 Runners|Alex Hutchinson|November 6, 2020|Outside Online
That suggests that switching to anaerobic respiration takes more than twice as long for whales as had been thought.A whale’s nearly four-hour-long dive sets a new record|Erin Garcia de Jesus|November 4, 2020|Science News For Students
(C) Sloped glucose formate agar to incubate anaerobically at 37° C.
Glucose formate bouillon to incubate anaerobically at 37° C.
(D) Sloped glucose formate gelatine to incubate anaerobically at 20° C.
Glucose formate bouillon to incubate anaerobically at 20° C.
Sloped glucose formate gelatine to incubate anaerobically at 20° C.