Before beginning any type of new physical activity, check with your doctor first to make sure that you get approval to start a new exercise program. You should check first with your doctor if you have heart trouble or have had a heart attack, if you’re over age 50 and are not used to moderate-level physical activity, if you have a family history of heart disease at an early age, if you have experienced pain or a recent injury or if you have any other serious health problem.These simple full-body exercises are recommended for those who are just beginning an exercise regimen and those who are at risk of exercise-induced injury. Start with Group I exercises. Go at your own pace and progress to exercise Groups II and III as your fitness level improves.
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