when sprinting (putting in as much effort as possible) your heart rate will reach around 200bpm (beats per minute). Swimming at an average pace your heart rate will be around 150-160 bpm and at a slow easy leisurely pace your heart rate will be around 120-140 bpm. Heart rates will vary for different people and in general the younger you are, the higher your heart rate will be and the fitter you are, the lower your heart rate will be.
Any exertion or exercise with make your heart rate rise. So, yes, swimming will make your heart beat fast, depending on how much energy you put into the swimming.
swim fast and hard!
Bout as fast as my heart's beating for you baby. (93.1 Bps)
it makes it beat fast.
the faster you do something like exercises the faster your heart will beat
heart beat of a mouse is 650 times per minute
The pharmacy information says it can cause your heart to beat faster
Exercises that cause the heart to beat faster include fast walking, bicycling, jogging, roller skating, swimming, and walking up stairs