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    Science The effect of exercise on the pulse rate.

    List all the factors that will affect you exercise

    all ive got is

    how fit u r

    length of exercise

    the intensity of exercise


    are there any more??? i can include
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    supernatural powers.
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    supernatural powers.
    lol!!
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    lol!!
    what have you got to say about rushda? you seen her/him about lately?
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    what have you got to say about rushda? you seen her/him about lately?
    About myself? I'm confused!!! Ohhhhh you mean the imitating imposter. I havent' seen him/her lately, thank god
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    Can anybody list anymore

    Science The effect of exercise on the pulse rate.

    List all the factors that will affect you exercise

    all ive got is

    how fit u r

    length of exercise

    the intensity of exercise


    are there any more??? i can include
    How about your age, general health ie. heart condition/bood pressure, and type of excersice low or high impact.
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    Well, how fit you are is a bit too general - how about how muscular you are, as well as your height (to do with how many extra capillaries supplying active muscles need to be supplyed with blood through vasodilation - this decreases peripheral resistance, so lowers blood pressure slightly)? RBC count (amount of haemoglobin) and level of alveolar ventillation are also factors (to do wth oxygen perfusion and transport). Also, have you considered the impact of myoglobin? This acts as sort of an oxygen store for active muscles (the store is depleted during periods of activity and replenished during rest). Since muscles with more mass contain more myoglobin (generally), the mass of active muscles may also be a factor.

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    Exactly - this would decrease alveolar ventillation, by killing alveoli. So you get more of what is termed 'anatomical dead space'.

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    whether you smoke
    Didn't even think of that. :eek: yeah, major effect especially when you step out for a smoke right after you complete a workout. Or worse right before.
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    Is that directed at me?
 
 
 
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