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    Are there any exercises that should not be done if I have high cholesterol?

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  • Eric Rosario

    Exercise Physiologist

    Master of Applied Science by Research into the Effects of Strength Training on Postmenopausal women. I have been involved in strength training for 67 years ... View Profile

    No. None at all. Exercise helps to reduce cholesterol so there is no such a thing as exercise that you should not do.

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  • Dr Carolyn Ee

    Acupuncturist, GP (General Practitioner)

    I'm a Sydney GP with a special interest in women's health especially menopause and TTC ( trying to conceive). I specialise in acupuncture, and am ... View Profile

    There are no restrictions, but it's a good idea to see your GP before starting a new exercise regime, especially if you have any chronic medical conditions, such as high blood pressure, or known heart disease, or are on any regular medications. If you experience symptoms such as chest pain or difficulty breathing you should stop and seek your GP's advice.

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