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heart rate

[′härt ‚rāt]
(physiology)
The number of heartbeats per minute.
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For example, the data available on the devices and apps enables those reading the data to distinguish between running and walking based on the difference in heartrate and movement range.
As he slowly worked his way toward that magical distance I felt my Browning OneSevenOne was comfortable with, an accelerated heartrate told me the moment of truth was mere seconds away.
He will have a look at who has been doing what and they know everything from the GPS and heartrate monitors.
Not only is it waterproof, but it's also shockproof, scratchproof, and has multi-sports mode function including heartrate, calorie count, distance, pedometer, and more.
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Working in collaboration with Audible, UCL researchers found listeners had a higher heartrate and body temperature which suggests a more intense emotional response to the material.
"Effect of Simulative and Sedative Music on Systolic Blood Pressure, Heartrate, and Respiratory Rate in Premature Infants", en: Journal of Music Therapy, 31, 105-118.
We run back to the village, or in today's world we call our loved ones and wait for the heartrate to drop, as the warmth of nurture calms the frayed nerves.
Castillo initially seemed to do well after the surgery, although he appeared to develop a post-operative ileus, or lack of intestinal movement, which caused him to remain in the hospital, Reinert said.<br />The following evening, Castillo began to deteriorate quickly and exhibited a rapid heartrate.<br />"They couldn't keep his blood pressure up," Reinert said.
'Our first athlete up was Jamie Whitmore and I really wonder what my heartrate was as she got onto her bike.
During the next seven days, supporters can follow Pierre via a unique tracking portal developed by Aspire Zone's IT team, which will show live tracking of Pierre's progress including distance covered, speed, heartrate. At the start, Pierre commented, "I'm very excited to finally take the start of what will be without a doubt a memorable experience.
PCI (b / min) = Walking heartrate (b / min)--Re stingheartrate (b / min)/Walking Speed