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simpsonkris5
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1. how would you differentiate your heart rates before and after exercising? 2. what is the advantage of timing for a full minute to find your pulse? 3. what is the advantage of timing over a shorter period of time, especially when you have just finished exercising?

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dalmayshuns101

1. you can differentiate your heart rate before and after exercise by taking your pulse.2. the advantage of timing your pulse for a full minute is you get your pulse exactly beats per minutes vs an estimate.3. the advantage of timing your pulse over a shorter period of time (especially when you have just finished exercising) is after exercise your heart rate will begin to fall and by testing in a shorter time you get a more accurate heart rate. The more time that passes after you stop exercising, the lower your heart rate will be.

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