1. Basic endurance: Basic endurance is also called aerobic endurance because basic endurance depends mainly on aerobic endurance. In fact, basic endurance is the ability to perform movements in which large number of body muscles are involved and the activity is performed at slow pace for long duration.
2. General endurance: General endurance is the ability to resist fatigue satisfactorily caused by different types of activities. These activities may be aerobic or anaerobic in nature. These activities may be of low or high intensity but for longer duration.
3. Specific endurance: Specific endurance is the ability to resist fatigue caused by a specific or particular sports activity. As the nature of fatigue is different from sports to sports.