Regular physical activity is fun and healthy, and increasingly more people are starting to become more active every day. Being more active is very safe for most people. However, some people should check with their doctor before they start becoming much more physically active. Completion of this questionnaire is a first step when planning to increase the amount of physical activity in your life.

Please answer the following questions honestly: Yes or No

Has a Doctor / Medical Professional ever diagnosed you with a heart condition and indicated you should restrict your physical activity?

When you perform physical activity, do you feel pain in your chest?

When you were not engaging in physical activity, have you experienced chest pain in the past month?

Do you ever faint or get dizzy and lose your balance?

Do you have an injury or orthopaedic condition (such as a back, hip, or knee problem) that may worsen due to a change in your physical activity?

Do you have high blood pressure or a heart condition in which a Doctor / Medical Professional is currently prescribing a medication?

Are you pregnant?

Do you have insulin dependent diabetes?

Are you 69 years of age or older and not used to being very active?

Do you know of any other reason you should not exercise or increase your physical activity?

If you honestly answered NO to all questions you can be reasonably certain you can safely increase your level of physical activity gradually. But if your health changes so you then answer yes to any of the above questions, seek guidance from a Doctor.

If you answered YES to one or more of the questions, then talk to your Doctor before you start getting more physically active and follow his/her advice.

PAR-Q Agreement
You have read, understood and followed the above questionnaire. Got the the necessary consent from your physician and acknowledge that there are risks and dangers inherent in physical exercise and duly undertake the virtual HoneGym activities at your own risk. Any liability on the part of the operators is excluded.