medical terminology/exercise science terminology

how does the body adapt to aerobic exercise
a.by increasing blood pressure when a person isn't exercising
b.by increasing the heart rate when a person isn't exercising
c.by decreasing the heart rate when a person isn't exercising
d.by decreasing blood pressure when a person isn't exercising

my answer is
c

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