Vascular shunting refers to the process that increases blood flow to active areas during exercise, by diverting blood away from inactive areas.
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1. What happens to systolic blood pressure during exercise?
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What happens to the blood vessels to help a performer cool down during exercise?
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3. The redistribution of blood flow during exercise allows oxygenated blood to get to active areas of the body. The redistribution of blood flow is also known as what?
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What is 'the amount of blood that is ejected from the heart each beat'?
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What causes heart rate to rise just before exercise begins?
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