My roommate wants to join the army. Yesterday he had a physical test which he failed. I guess at the start, they took his heart rate. They said that normal would've been between 60 and 100 - his was at 99. Obviously after the test it went up, so he failed. There were some other things he needs to work on (like the way he does his sit ups and push ups), so he's going to do that.
But we're not sure how he can keep his heart rate lower, if he can.
I think it was high from the start from nerves, and because it was a nicer day out yesterday and he might've been sort of tired from walking from the bus stop... so beyond keeping a slower pace during the walk from the bus, I'm stumped!
Does anyone have any tips?
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