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Not everyone needs a stress test before embarking on an exercise regimen, but if you’re over forty years of age, or have a family history of heart disease, a full physical exam that includes a stress test is recommended.
Stress tests are not infallible!
Basically, a stress test is used to determine the heart’s ability to send oxygen-containing blood to muscles as they are pushed to work harder. The test involves an ECG (electrocardiogram) and a monitoring of blood pressure and pulse rate, first when you’re resting and then after performing a certain amount of exercise. (This is usually walking up and down a two-step stool or on a treadmill; sometimes riding a stationary bicycle.)
These tests are not infallible, though they can usually tell if you’re a high risk for cardiovascular problems, which is essential for anyone considering strenuous sports and workouts to be aware of.
Equally important is recognizing that even if you do pass a stress test, it’s unwise to rush headlong into any strenuous activity without having previously conditioned for it.

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