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Old 06-30-2013, 11:52 PM   #1
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How The Heart Reacts at 200mph



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full video & report in the link ^^^
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heart rate really goes up that high?
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Old 07-01-2013, 12:05 AM   #3
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yup.
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He considers emotional stress to be among the main factors increasing heart rate for competitors in road racing.

"How stressful you interpret the situation to be would contribute to how fast your heart rate goes," he said.

The results

Results of the heart rate test were taken on each of the rider's first laps of evening racing, when the competitors had to battle difficult conditions after a typical torrential downpour at the North West 200.

The Champion, Alastair Seeley, had the lowest heart rate, with an average beats per minute (bpm) of 134, which is 71% of his maximum heart rate. There were minimal 'spikes' (moments of sharply increased output) throughout the lap.
bad title.... but interesting article
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yeah, misleading since the heart rate went higher in an emergency at "slow" speeds compared to the full on 200mph...

The 2-300ms delay is a LOOOONG delay. Musicians and djs who use laptops as instruments with external control interfaces try to get a 1-3ms delay response from the time a key is pressed on the control interface till the time the sound is produced. Anything longer "feels" laggy and unresponsive.

I use to be a production manager for a magician and the human brain is a very slow speed processing device. Most illusions are right in front of your face but your brain is so slow your brain responds to the patter (words) quicker than visual input. I regularly watched him throw a blue ball in the air 2-3 times to set what your brain sees, then switch to a red ball, say watch the blue ball, throw it, and every single person in the audience saw a blue ball get thrown. He'd then show the audience it was a red ball and of course then their brains go into error loops...

We be slow, dumb animals..
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heart beat per minutes equals to mile per hour?
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Old 07-01-2013, 08:37 AM   #7
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heart beat per minutes equals to mile per hour?
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"How stressful you interpret the situation to be would contribute to how fast your heart rate goes," he said.
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They did this on Rossi and he maintains a very steady rate.

I am sure I am similar too. Because I don't feel it when I am on the track. Its like I am in a trance on the track. Like a daydream. Its hard to describe otherwise.
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Very interesting to see, as I race hare scrambles I normally wear my HR monitor, my average is normally in the 180-186 range, I've seen peak spikes of 220 or higher at times. When I notice my HR in the 190 range, I normally slow my pace and be mindful of my breathing to get it down. I'm willing to bet that my peaks come from either crashing or, picking up after a crash to get going again as you are feeling rushed to do so.
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"How stressful you interpret the situation to be would contribute to how fast your heart rate goes," he said.
i was joking
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i want to know what the dog's heart rate was
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I am pretty sure sphincter contractions are proportional the heart rate increase.
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so did that dog make it across the track?
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I am pretty sure sphincter contractions are proportional the heart rate increase.
Actually you are somewhat correct even though you were joking. An sphincter contraction causes low blood pressure, blood to leave the brain, which causes light headedness and possible black out. Keep your loose in an emergency. No joke, just dont yourself, too much...
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Old 07-02-2013, 07:05 AM   #15
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Yes sir.. I am surprised they don't teach that on TD..
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