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Moderate-intensity exercise

During moderate-intensity exercise you should notice an increase in your heart rate, but you should still be able to talk comfortably. If you are breathing hard and fast and your heart rate rises substantially, you are probably doing vigorous-intensity activity. Many activities can be either moderate or vigorous intensity depending on your level of effort.…

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