Before starting an exercise Program.

By: Exerciseworks - Personal Training  23-May-2011
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  • If you have any medical conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes, or a history of illness, then it is imperative to talk to a medical doctor before starting any exercise plan.

  • A doctor can also recommend the type of exercise that is most conducive to reaching your goals.

  • A doctor can also recommend the amount and frequency appropriate for your age and weight group.

  • A doctor can speak with you about the intensity of your exercise and the transitions needed to reach higher intensity levels.

The best shoes for exercising will give your feet support and protection during your workout routine. The last thing you want is an exercise-related foot injury that might prevent you from working out. Give your feet the support and stability you need whether you’re power walking, sprinting, lifting weights or performing free weight exercises. Remember to always wear socks in your shoes while exercising.

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