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Monica monitors her heart rate during workouts to insure it is within the proper range. If she is below her target heart range, she increases her speed. The cardiovascular training principle Monica is applying is frequency. intensity. time. type.

Biology
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What do you think?
She isn't increasing her time; she is only making it more vigorous
B?

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