Cardiovascular type exercises are the best to raise your heart rate. But be careful as to how high you raise it. There are rules of thumb for such types of exercises to be sure that you do no harm to yourself. Log onto a good exercise website and they should have the correct maximum heart rate and cardioid heart rate for your age.
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