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Q: When would you suggest a client begin to monitor his or her pulse after beginning an exercise routine that involves fast walking? a)after 5 min b)after 10min c)after 15min d)after 20min
A: When would you suggest a client begin to monitor his or her pulse after beginning an exercise routine that involves fast walking? The answer is b)after 10 minutes.
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User: When would you suggest a client begin to monitor his or her pulse after beginning an exercise routine that involves fast walking? a)after 5 min b)after 10min c)after 15min d)after 20min

Weegy: a)after 5 min
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When would you suggest a client begin to monitor his or her pulse after beginning an exercise routine that involves fast walking? The answer is b)after 10 minutes.
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