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    DeviLFisH is offline Senior Member
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    Just do basic swings and watch out your diet is good enough.

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    John made a good point about the ropes. I like them, but particularly as a beginner you might end up with a lot more knee and hip movement than you realize.
    Are you cleared for swimming?
    BTW I've had several clients whose knees were basically destroyed, and once they received proper instruction they were able to do swings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by faizalenu View Post
    Is there any reason to bring up this old stuff?
    No, there is not, and I'm with you on this one. In my opinion, it's almost always best to start a fresh thread and optionally provide a link to any relevant older threads.

    I have asked, and will ask again here and now, that the forum administrators not allow replying to any thread that's been inactive for a period of time, that time to be determined - two or three months seems about right to me.

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    Get your eating plan in order...I recommend reading Primal Blueprint or Paleo for Athletes. There may be "dishonor in dieting" but eating properly will be the biggest thing you can do to support body comp goals and general health. You are not what you eat, you are what your body does with what you eat.

    As far as exercise, do what you can tolerate given your current status. To paraphrase Robert Lusting MD (Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, in the Division of Endocrinology Director of the Weight Assessment for Teen and Child Health (WATCH) Program at UCSF) there are several good metabolic reasons to exercise but exercising to burning calories isn't one of them..

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveFreides View Post
    No, there is not, and I'm with you on this one. In my opinion, it's almost always best to start a fresh thread and optionally provide a link to any relevant older threads.

    I have asked, and will ask again here and now, that the forum administrators not allow replying to any thread that's been inactive for a period of time, that time to be determined - two or three months seems about right to me.

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    Wow. Some of you guys on here can be bullies at times.

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