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Introduction Several studies have shown exercise to be related to advanced arterial stiffness ( Okamoto and Masuhara, 2007 ; Schmidt‐Trucksass et al., 2000 ). In reality there are many forms of exercise. The level of arterial stiffness has been shown to be low in individuals undertaking regular aerobic exercise compared to those not taking aerobic exercise ( Okamoto and Masuhara, 2007 ). The pulse rate is defined by increased arterial stiffness or compliance, and this has an effect on the myocardial function capacity and coronary perfusion. In both conditions