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Other factors

Simply put, when it is hot, the body must move more blood to the skin to cool it while also
maintaining blood flow to the muscles. The only way to do both of these things is to increase
overall blood flow, which means that the heart must beat faster. Depending on how fit you are
and how hot it is, this might mean a heart rate that is 20 to 40 bpm higher than normal.