This Website is Not Intended to Give Medical Advice

The contents of the Pull-Up Workout Strength website, such as text, graphics, and other material (“Content”) located at PullupWorkout Strength.com and its subdomains or aliases (“Website”) are for informational purposes only. The Content is not intended as a substitute for professional medical, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician, dental professional, or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical/dental condition. Never disregard professional medical/dental advice or delay in seeking it because of Content found on the Website.

If you have a medical emergency, call your physician or 911 immediately. Reliance on any information provided by Pull-Up Workout Strength, its employees, others appearing on the Website at the invitation of Pull-Up Workout Strength, or other visitors to the Website is solely at your own risk.

Please be advised that there are risks involved in participating in any exercise program. By participating in the Pull-Up Workout Strength, readers and members are assuming all risks of injury that might result. Pull-Up Workout Strength, our instructors, and our third parties shall not be liable for any claims for injuries or damages whatsoever, resulting from or connected with the use of this site. We further disclaim any liability caused by intentional or unintentional negligence.

The techniques, ideas, and suggestions in this website are not intended as a substitute for proper medical advice. Pull-Up Workout Strength exercises and other forms of exercise can be dangerous, especially if performed without proper pre-exercise evaluation, competent instruction and personal supervision from a qualified fitness professional.

Always consult a qualified medical professional or health care professional before engaging in any form of physical exercise, before performing any new exercise technique or beginning any new diet — particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, elderly, or if you have any chronic or recurring conditions.

If you feel faint, unwell, or at all unsure when exercising, stop immediately and consult your doctor. Proper warm-up of muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints are mandatory at the beginning of every workout.

Any application of the techniques, ideas, and suggestions in this document is at the reader’s sole discretion and risk. The editors, authors and or publishers of this website make no warranty of any kind in regard to the contents of this website, including, but not limited to, any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose.

The editors, authors and or publishers of this website are not liable or responsible to any person or entity for any errors contained in this website, or for any special, incidental, or consequential damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by the information contained within.

Cees de Kok, Garin Bader, Pull-up Workout Strength will and Musical Magic LLC and its owner agents, the affiliates and employees are not liable for injuries sustained while exercising, using or moving weights and exercise equipment in a gym or elsewhere

Before any exercise, warm-up and stretch your body properly. It is especially important to warm-up and stretch before morning workouts. In the morning, our body temperature is lower and our muscles are stiff. Stretching and warm-up exercises loosen the muscles and increases your body temperature. Failing to do so prior to an exercise routine could result in muscular and joint injury.

If you feel any strain or pain when you’re exercising, stop immediately and consult your physician.

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