Beginner’s Gudielines for Safely Starting an Exercise Program
Have you been wondering whether or not it’s safe for you to start an exercise routine? Even if you know that starting an exercise program is a good idea, getting started can be scary if you haven’t worked out in a while.
The truth is that while 90% of the time, starting a basic exercise program is a lot safer than not working out, there are times where you will want to have a chat with your physician before making any changes. So what are the situations that require you to call your doctor before starting an exercise program? This week’s Tighten + Tone Tuesday video has you covered with a quick checklist that will help you figure out if you can safely start an exercise routine on your own, or if you need to check in with your doctor first.
In this video you will learn:
1. Age specific guidelines for safely exercising at a moderate level
2. Gender specific guidelines for safely starting an exercise program at a moderate level
3. Seven signs you need to go see your doctor before starting an exercise program
Watch the video and learn if starting an exercise program today is safe or if you want to chat with your doctor first:
If you are cleared to start an exercise routine, but aren’t sure what to do next, I’d love to talk to you. Learn more about my online fitness options here or request your complementary fitness consultation by e-mailing me or clicking here. I specialize in working with beginners interested in starting an exercise program and would love to work with you.
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