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Endurance is the time for which a specified power output, force, or speed of movement can be maintained. Endurance exercise refers to sports and activities such as marathon running which are maintained for a lengthy period of time, typically 30 minutes or more. The great majority of the energy required is derived from aerobic pathways.

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