Unformatted text preview: daily activities. 4. Max Heart Rate: 205 5. Lower end of target heart rate zone: 143.5 6. Upper end of target heart rate zone: 164 7. If you go above the heart rate zone, the heart may stress itself out which results in damaged muscle. Also, if it goes above the heart rate zone, then there should be a point where there is not enough oxygen in the body and the body may shut down until oxygen levels are back up. Conclusion In conclusion, the heart’s reaction to exercising varies from person to person. The body responds to exercising by testing the levels of carbon dioxide and increasing the heart rate when necessary. Heart rate zones are important to abide by because they determine where it is most stable for the heart to be pumping at....
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course BIOG 1110 taught by Professor Randywayne during the Spring '09 term at Cornell.
- Spring '09