See a Difference In 60 Days:
Can 60 days make a difference in how you look?
You bet it can, but it can also make an even bigger difference about how you feel — not just about weight loss, but about yourself.
It’s important to tell you that results don’t happen overnight and that you might have to do some tweaking to make your new fitness plan work for you.
Let’s get started right!
See Your Doctor
Yes, you need to see your family physician before starting any new exercise program. There are a variety of conditions that mean special attention needs to be paid to the type of physical activity that you do.
Even if you think you are healthy, there are some problems that can remain hidden until physical and complete bloodwork, such as kidney disease, heart disease, both types of diabetes, high blood pressure, or a family history of heart disease.
This especially applies if you are older than 35, if you quit smoking in the previous six months, and do not exercise regularly.
In order to determine whether you should see a physician, there’s a questionnaire that can help you to determine your need to consult with a doctor before starting an exercise program.