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Medical check-ups for health

It is a good idea to get a medical check-up before you begin a regular exercise program. What you'll want to include in this medical exam is your current blood pressure results, what your blood sugar levels are like, and how much excess body weight you have. All of these are factors that will likely change once you begin exercising regularly, so it's good to keep track of. Furthermore, you want to be sure it's safe for you to begin exercising, and this medical check-up will give you the comfort in knowing you aren't at risk for any serious side-effects.

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