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Before starting any exercise program, please consult with your doctor to make sure that it is safe for you to exercise.
Muscular strength and conditioning exercises are another important component of any well balanced exercise program which should include stretching and flexibility, and endurance exercises. These exercises are geared to increase the strength of our muscles, enabling us to efficiently perform and enjoy our daily tasks and activities. Strengthening exercises improves our posture, makes our bones stronger, and decreases the risk of injuries to our body.