My name is Robert Weeks, and today I'm gonna talk about how aerobics can improve oxygen delivery to the muscles. Active aerobics require a lot of oxygen stored in your body. Oxygen is a gas so you can think of it like a gas in your car. The more gas you have stored up the longer you can go. We've all been in the gym and we've all started sweating and we can all start hearing our own breathing. Now in a normal day-to-day we don't hear our self breath but when we're working out we can really hear our respiratory. We can hear if there's any infections in our lungs. We can also hear if we're having any problems. Now when you start breathing in a lot you notice that that has to go somewhere. All that air breathing has to be put to some type of use. Well when we're doing athletic training you're gonna start realizing that your body has to have an exact amount of energy per use of that exercise or if you're running per minute. The reason for this is it's gonna allow you to store up a certain amount of energy just for that exercise. The more I hyperventilate and breath in the more my body's able to reproduce and replicate that oxygen cells I just burned off on my last set or my last repetition. Allowing myself proper time to workout is really key. Lets say the first week I start working out I can only do for 30 minutes or lets say 20 minutes. Now I start repeating that process over and over again my body's gonna get used to it and it's gonna say well I guess 20 minutes is easy to do now lets shoot for 30. The more oxygen I breath the more oxygen I use and that's how active aerobics can improve oxygen delivery to the muscles. See you next time.