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12/21/13 2:01 P

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I would ask your doctor to be specific about what exercises are safe and what you should avoid.

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Has your doctor cleared you to exercise? If so, it sounds like you could focus on lower body fitness...cardio...even squats and lunges without weights will raise you heart rate.





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I hurt myself while doing dance exercises. My shoulder, arm, and chest muscles on the left side are very sore. The doctor said that I have bursitis, tendonitis. and some muscle damage. How do I get my heart rate up and exercise well without putting strain on my injury?


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