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Decrease Your Resting Heart Rate

Working out increases circulation and benefits the heart, but more specifically, interval training makes your heart more efficient so it pumps more blood with each beat, reducing the number of beats per minute. The fewer times your heart beats per minute, the less wear and tear there is on the mechanics of the organ, which is great for the long-term health of your ticker. Learn how to find your resting heart rate here.

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