The change in respiratory rate during exercise

The change in respiratory rate during exercise

Through mild physical exercise, even a trained body doubles the number of breaths it takes within a set amount of time.

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respiratory rate, respiration, exertion, lung, inhalation, exhalation, good shape, untrained, oxygen need, physical exercise, muscle work, muscle movement, experiment, biology

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When doing any physical exercise, the body requires more oxygen and energy than at rest, You can demonstrate this with a very simple test., First, breathe normally for 15 seconds., Have someone count the number of breaths you take., Then do 50 squats., Ask someone again to count the number of breaths you take in 15 seconds., You will notice that you have taken more and deeper breaths., As a result of doing physical exercise, the respiratory rate and the amount of air inhaled has increased., This is how the body manages to obtain the necessary amount of oxygen.
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