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Q: I have been doing the same training routine for quite awhile now. I have a few issues with my knees and back and stay with the very same|the exercises since I know that they won’t cause any problems|Since I know that they won’t cause any problems, I have a couple of issues with my knees and back and stay with the same|the exercises|Because I know that they won’t cause any issues I have a couple of issues with my knees and back and stay with the very same|the exercises. Should I venture out of my box and attempt more|try|attempt exercises|try more|try|attempt exercises and venture out of my box?

A: Routines that are built to work around physical issues certainly have their place. Rule No. 1: First do no harm. You’ve got a handful of exercises that work for you|handful|small number. They do not aggravate your issues and they don’t cause post-workout repercussions. You can continue to use them exclusively, but you can vary the exercise sequences to do them in various combinations.

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