A fitness game reflecting heart rate

@inproceedings{Masuko2006AFG,
  title={A fitness game reflecting heart rate},
  author={Soh Masuko and Junichi Hoshino},
  booktitle={Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology},
  year={2006}
}
Lack of exercise is known to be detrimental to health, and various exercise machines that can be used indoors in a convenient manner are available. However, because expertise is required to ascertain which exercise to do and for how long, people sometimes sustain injuries by exercising excessively and find it difficult to sufficiently benefit from exercising. Therefore, fitness machines with automatic controls are being developed so that people can exercise efficiently, and exercise programs… CONTINUE READING
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