Why Your Heart Rate Increases During Exercise (And What It Means For Cycling Performance)

Why your heart rate increases during exercise (and what it means for cycling performance).

Your heart rate naturally increases during exercise to fuel your muscles with oxygen. How can you improve your capacity to uptake oxygen and get faster?

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