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Gordon Trevett, High Performance Manager at the University of Bristol and coach of several Olympic rowing champions, explains the concepts of resting and minimum heart rates. He puts 2012 prospect Ben Bathurst through his paces on in the gym and on the river to demonstrate what a strong heart can do. This is part of the series The Human Body - A User's Guide, designed to help PE students learn about physiology in a practical way.
Legendary rugby coach Mark Bishop explains what happens to your lungs when you exercise. Diagrams show how your lungs turn air into fuel for your muscles. Warning: contains a dodgy Welsh accent.
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