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Training of relatively long duration and moderate intensity, which enhances maximal oxygen uptake. Endurance training is often regarded as the prerogative of endurance athletes, but it also benefits athletes who take part in burst-type sports (e.g. football and basketball) and moderate intensity sports requiring skill.

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