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Is singing an aerobic activity?

If done for a lengthy period of time such as several minutes to an hour then yes singing would count as an aerobic activity. It requires you to use oxygen and will place demands upon the lungs and heart to supply the oxygen needed to continue to sing. Classically trained singers like opera singers have a very strong lung capacity and well developed cardiorespiratory systems. 

Technically, yes. It requires deep breathing, which draws more oxygen into the blood and causes better circulation.

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