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(BlackDoctor.org) -- Beginning an exercise program can be like embarking on a fun and exciting adventure, but it can also be very overwhelming and painful if you arenít careful. Warming your body up and stretching prior to exercise is very important for your health and will allow you to see better results, as well as to enjoy the workout more. Warming up and stretching raises your body and muscle temperatures along with preparing your cardiovascular, respiratory, and nervous systems for the demands of exercise by slowly increasing the blood circulation.

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Monday, January 10th 2011 at 3:22PM
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