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If you’ve been exercising regularly, you’ll soon be able to tell when it’s time to move ahead in your activities. Here are some tips to help you understand when you should make your activities more challenging.
People with low vision can be active in many ways! Before you start an exercise routine, however, talk with your medical doctor and your eye doctor, since bending, lifting, or rapid movement can affect some medical and eye conditions.
Download the Monthly Progress Test below. Take the tests from the Measuring Your Fitness Progress tip sheet, record your scores, and watch your progress. Download the Monthly Progress Test Click here to download the PDF (205KB).
Having a chronic condition doesn’t mean you have to rest all day. In fact, being active safely can improve some chronic diseases! Learn how to exercise safely.
Should I check with my doctor before starting—or changing—my exercise routine? Ask your doctor these 3 questions and get tips on how to exercise safely.
Did you know that certain exercises can help prevent falls in older people? Learn easy exercises you can do anywhere to improve your balance and prevent falls.