It depends on what type of exercise the person is doing. There are low and High intensity aerobics, non-aerobic weight lifting. Think of your body as a car. To go faster you burn more fuel (glucose), you need higher air intake through the carburator(lungs), you need coolant to maintain safe operating temperature (blood stream), you need a faster working fluid pump (heart). The diffenence between weight lifting and low intense aerobics is that they are slower and thus can burn more slow processed fats. Glucose(sugar) is a faster processed fuel for high intense activity, and that is why you need to carb load for them.
You will be fat.
kenesiology (human kinetics)
Heart rate increases.
body temperature increases after exercise
The human body depends on perspiration to cool itself down. Perspiration occurs during vigorous exercise or during high intensity activities.
Walking is the best exercise!
as you exercise, your body releases sweats and these cool your body
when you exercise your body gets skinnier