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USER MANUAL
USER MANUAL
USER MANUAL
USER MANUAL

USER MANUAL

Summary

- System components Dock, Sensors and Board

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Remote and Straps

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- System Setup Connecting the tablet

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- Using the system Desktop

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External video

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CoRehab Platform

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Back Office

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- Troubleshooting

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- Product Specification

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- Labeling and Regulation

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- Health and safety information

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System components9 1 5 4 2 6 3 7 + 8 - The tablet is specifically

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The tablet is specifically adapted to run the CoRehab Platform software and the

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USB HUB: connect to the USB port next to the power button

Back Office. On the back of the tablet there is a support stand you can open. Be

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AC cable: connect to the lateral part of the tablet to recharge it

sure to read the following before connecting anything to the tablet.

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Display button: used to switch from internal to external display

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Power button: used to turn on and off the system

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Volume buttons: used to change the volume from the tablet

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Bluetooth dongle: necessary for the sensor connection

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AC adapter: connect it into AC outlet to recharge the tablet

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Remote dongle: necessary for the remote

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HDMI cable: optionally use HDMI to connect to an external display

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Sensors
Sensors
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Inertial sensors uses bluetooth technology to communicate with the system. To turn them on press the black button just above the numbers of the sensors To reset the sensor, follow the reset instructions showed on pag. 18. To recharge the sensors place them on the dock and be sure to place the golden contact in the right direction. In the upper part of the dock there is a AC connector used it to connect the labeled cable “Sensors”

Dock, Sensors & Board

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Riablo Board uses bluetooth technology to communicate with the system. The board uses a magnetic oscillanting part that transforms it into a proprioceptive balance board.

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AC connection, used to charge the board;

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Power button, used to turn on and off the board;

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Led status, shows if the board is operative or needs to be charged

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Remote & Straps

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The straps are used to secure the sensors on the body of the user. Place the strap on the body part and use the velcro to close the strap. CoRehab Platform comes with 8 straps: 1 green for chest, 1 green for waist, 2 orange for thigh, 2 yellow for calf or arms, and 2 for wrists.

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for thigh, 2 yellow for calf or arms, and 2 for wrists. 3 To use the
To use the remote with the tablet, be sure the infrared dongle is OK MENU
To use the remote with the tablet, be sure the infrared dongle is
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connected. For the best use of the remote, follow these guidelines:

• Avoid blocking the signal between the remote and the dongle.

• The optimal distance is not more than 3 meters.

• Avoid bright light sources behind, or near the display or remote.

• Avoid highly reflective surfaces near the infrared dongle or the structure.

System setup

DONGLE BLUETOOTH HUB USB USB IR

DONGLE BLUETOOTHHUB USB USB IR

HUB USBDONGLE BLUETOOTH USB IR

USB IRDONGLE BLUETOOTH HUB USB

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1. Insert the bluetooth dongle and the IR receiver into the hub usb.

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2. Connect the DC plug on the tablet’s AC adapter cord into the DC input connector on the lateral part of the tablet.

Connecting the tablet

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3. OPTIONAL: You can use the tablet with an external AV output, using the mini HDMI cable to connect to a personal bigger display.

CAUTION: to prevent electric shock, match the wide blade of the plug to the wide slot and insert fully into outlet

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Destkop Using the System 3 1 2 Before switching on the tablet using the power

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Using the System

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Before switching on the tablet using the power button on the superior part, use the usb port to connect the USB HUB. After you switch on the tablet using the power button, you will see the main screen. Ensure that the sensor and footboard are charged and you are ready to use the software.

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BackOffice, to create users, programs, and check the results.

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Platform, to start your training session.

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Shutdown button to switch off the system.

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Using the system

Using the system External Video With the CoRehab Platform you have a powerful and ergonomic system
Using the system External Video With the CoRehab Platform you have a powerful and ergonomic system

External Video

With the CoRehab Platform you have a powerful and ergonomic system that can follow you around the center and at home, but if you want, you can also use it connected to an external monitor or TV using the miniHDMI cable. To use it, connect the miniHDMI on the lateral port of the tablet using the miniHDMI cable while the tablet and external display is already

turned on. You will see the images on the external display. Alternativelly you can mirror the display: connect the miniHDMI on the lateral port of the tablet using the HDMI cable when the tablet is turned off. Now turn on the external display and the tablet. Now you have mirror display on tablet and on external display.

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CoRehab Platform

(from v2.1)

CoRehab Platform (from v2.1) When you start the Platform you will see the image above where

When you start the Platform you will see the image above where you have to insert your personal code (given by physioteraphist optionally by the bracelets) to proceed

by physioteraphist optionally by the bracelets) to proceed After the login you will find the products

After the login you will find the products you bought active and selectable and the favorites bar where there are functions chosen as favourites. To add a function to this bar you have to press the (i) button. (the button right corner indicates when this is possible)

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During the calibration you will face a screen divided in 3 steps: • the first

During the calibration you will face a screen divided in 3 steps:

• the first step is for preparation, wear the straps, turn on and insert the selected inertial sensors, if you need the Riablo TM Board turn it on and stay on the board until you see the next screen light up

• the second step is for sensor calibration, place yourself in the calibration position and press OK mantaining the neutral position

• if the red message appears on the screen, follow the instructions

Using the system
Using the system

In the exercise screen you will see the movement you will perform during the game. On the right of the screen you will see the instructions of the exercises and information about # of reps, # of series, lenght of program, and graphical representation (in %) of current daily program progression. When all is clear and you are ready to start press OK to proceed.

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BackOffice - Users view

BackOffice - Users view After turning on the structure version, connect to the Wifi-network and surf

After turning on the structure version, connect to the Wifi-network and surf on the page http://webapp.riablo.net. In the Back Office, as a physiotherapist you can create patients, protocols and add exercises (see the next page).To use the Platform, give your patient a 3-digit code that you can find on the patient’s page or you can give him the optional bracelet to remember this code.

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BackOffice - Add exercises

bracelet to remember this code. 9 BackOffice - Add exercises To create a new patient click

To create a new patient click on “Add Patient” (the bottom left icon) and on the next page insert the patient data. After the creation you can click on the patient, then click on the chosen day to add an exercise to the program. Now you can scroll down until you find a movement and then you can drag the type of exercise you want for selected movement to the right panel. To reorder the selected exercises drag them up or down in the list on the right.

BackOffice - Riablo Results

BackOffice - Riablo Results After an exercise session of Riablo, you can look at the results

After an exercise session of Riablo, you can look at the results in the Back Office. The Riablosity indicates your overall score of the exercise. The Precision is high if the user was near the perfect angle to reach. The Stability indicates how stable the body was during the exercise. The Accuracy is low if the user compensates too much. Each result can be printed to be attached to the medical file of the user.

BackOffice - Tests results

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Using the system

After the user performed a test with Check in Motion or with Back in Action you can find the results in details in BackOffice. There you’ll find the score for each test and with details of angles reached during the exercises. Each result can be printed to be attached to the medical file of the user.

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Troubleshooting Before requesting service Go through this section if you experience difficulty in operating the

Troubleshooting

Before requesting service

Go through this section if you experience difficulty in operating the system. Should any problem persist, contact the appropriate customer service helpline:

tel:

mail: support@corehab.com

fax:

0039 0461 960157

0461 955700

Power

The system does not turn on.

• Check that the AC power cord is securely inserted in the system and the electrical outlet.

Picture

There is no picture on the TV screen.

• Make sure you have completed all steps, in the order that they appear, on the System Setup sheet included with your system.

• Make sure that all components of your setup are plugged into power outlets.

• Make sure that cable connections are correctly installed and that all plugs are securely plugged into the appropriate connectors.

• Check that the input mode on the TV is appropriate for the connector in use on the system.

• There may be a problem with the miniHDMI cable in use. Try using another cable with the system, sometimes mini HDMI cables are incompatible with the device

• If the video output settings on the system do not match those of the cable or TV in use, there may be no picture. If the screen goes blank,

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turn off the system. Then with only the system and the TV connected, touch the system’s power button to turn the system back on. The video output setting will automatically be reset to the standard resolution. If the resolution of the video content is not supported by the TV in use, the screen may go black. If this happens, try to change TV used for output.

The size of the video image and the TV screen do not match.

• Check that the system’s video output settngs are correct.

• Check that the settings of the connected TV are correct. For details, refer to the instrictions supplied with your TV.

• With some video content, the screen size cannot be changed.

Sound

There is no sound.

• Check that the muting function on the TV speakers is turned on. Also check that the volume is at the appropriate level.

• The sound doesn’t begin until the game begins.

• If an audio device is connected, check the settings of the device. For details refer to the instructions supplied with the audio device.

• There may be a problem with the miniHDMI cable. Try using another cable that is compatible with the system.

• Some contents that support Dolby Digital, DTS, and other formats may not produce audio from all channels.

Network

A connection to the network cannot be established.

• Check that the WiFi is enabled on your computer.

• Try to update the network scan if you are sure the system is turned on.

Troubleshooting

The Back Office does not display properly.

• Try to turn off and turn on again the system.

Sensors and/or Board

The sensors and/or the board does not respond.

• If the sensors does not respond try to turn them off pushing and holding the small black button on the front part of the sensor or the red button on the front part of the board until the led turns off. Then turn them on again.

• If turning off the sensors does not help try to restart the system.

• To reset the turned off sensors, press and hold the power button untill the led clashes red, then press and hold to turn on.

The sensors and/or the board does not match the user’s movements.

• If the sensors does not match the user’s movements it may be caused by straps moving during the exercises. Reposition the band and recalibrate using the M button.

• If the previous tip does not help use the re-calibrating function on the in-game menu.

The following conditions can interfere with the operation of the sensors:

1. Using the sensors in an surround full of WiFi connections.

2. Using the sensors too far from the system. The optimal distance is between 1 and 4 meters.

Remote controller

The remote controller

• Make sure no objects are blocking the signals between the system, and the remote.

• Make sure batteries are not depleted.

The following conditions can interfere with the operation of the remote:

1. Using the remote too close or too far from the system. The optimal distance is between 1 and 4 meters.

2. Bright light sources (including sunlight) behind or near the TV, shining towards the remote or reflecting off the TV screen.

3. Highly reflective surfaces near the dongles.

4. Sources of infrared light in the gameplay area such as electric, propane or kerosene heaters, flames from fireplaces, candles, stoves or other sources of heat.

5. Radio frequency interference may cause the Remote to work erratically. Check for and turn off wireless devices such as cordless phones, wireless computer keyboards mice or other similar devices.

If you think any of these conditions are affecting the operation of the remote, try removing or reducing the source of interference.

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Other issues

The system makes noise.

• When using the system in a location where heat can build up, such as an enclosed room, the fan will rotate rapidly to reduce the system’s

temperature and this may generate increased noise. Move the system to

a location with good ventilaton.

You forgot the patient login code.

• You can check evertime in the Back Office the code of every patient you have registered.

The system is warm.

• When the system is being used or is turned on, it may become warm. This

is not a malfunction.

The screen is frozen. The system does not operate.

• Restart the system. Touching the power button on the system rear will force the system to shut down. After shutdown, turn on the system again.

The power indicator on the system rear is not red.

• Check that the AC power cord is securely inserted in the system and the electrical outlet.

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Printers

• HP Deskjet series

Televisions

• Samsung with FULL-HD compatibility

Supported accessories

Warranty

WARRANTY

• CoRehab guarantees that materials employed are of good quality, that there are no defects and that the products are suitable to carry out their own function. Moreover, they ensure that the products and single components have been built in compliance with the laws in force at the time of the agreement. However, CoRehab does not guarantee for special qualities of products that differ from those described in the informative brochures and on the website www.corehab.it

• All Products are guaranteed for thirty-six (36) months. The guarantee will be valid starting from the date of the installation and the training course.

• The warranty includes the restoration and/or replacement of every device showing quality defects related to its manufacturing. Warranty DOES NOT covers the following:

• damages due to negligence, use against the instructions, tampering and alteration, damage due to accidental causes and carelessness.

• normal wear to components like connecting cables and transformer, elastic straps, boards that are not showing manufacturing defects. For every device sent back that is not showing quality related defects, CoRehab is going to invoice shipment costs, restoration/replacement costs and a re-testing fee of € 100,00 + VAT.

• The services concerned by the warranty obligation taken on are expressly subject to the compliance with the payment terms. Based on such breach, CoRehab could rightfully justify their denial to provide a warranty.

• CoRehab will not assume any liability towards the final Client or the Patient using the Products, with reference to damages that may result from a wrong medical prescription and/or improper use of the Products.

Product Specification Dimensions Tablet : Height 19,6 cm Width 29,6 cm W H Sensors W

Product Specification

Dimensions

Tablet:

Height 19,6 cm Width 29,6 cm

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Depth 36,4 cm

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Measurements

Sensor: Pitch, Roll, Yaw [degrees] Board: Roll, Pressure

Communication

Communication: Wireless Bluetooth 2.1 Adapter: Bluetooth 2.1 USB dongle

Power supply

Autonomy of battery: up to 3[hours] in streaming. Recharge time: up to 3[hours] if sensor is completely discharged Recharge method:

Sensors - Connecting the dock to AC using supplied USB cable. Board - Connecting the Board to AC using supplied USB cable. Tablet - Connecting the tablet to AC using the AC adapter.

Battery type:

Sensor: 3.7[V] 200[mAh] LiPo. Voltage input: 5[V] DC Rated current input: Board: 800[mA]. Sensor: 800[mA]

Updates method: Connecting the system to the internet.

Board: 3.7[V] 1050[mAh] Lion.

Environmental condition

Usage temperature: +150C to +300C Storage temperature: -300C to +700C Relative humidity: 10% – 95%7 Atmospheric pressure: 500[hPa] – 1060[hPa]

Functionality

Body attachment method: Velcro straps

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Specification & Labeling

On AC cables

On the AC cables there are labels that indicates the purpose of each cable.

Sensors

The “Sensors” labeled cable is used to connect the Dock to the tablet, AC adapter or at the structure.

Tablet

The “Tablet” labeled cable is used to connect the Tablet to the AC adapter.

Board

The “Board” labeled cable is used to connect the Riablo Board, to the AC adapter.

On sensors

CPxxx.IS<i>

On the sensors there are labels that indicates their product association and product model.

CRxxx.BB

Behind the board there is a label that indicates the product association and product model.

Device P/N

Corehab s.r.l. Via Klagenfurt 62, 38121, Trento (TN), Italy Phone +39 0461 960157 Mail info@corehab.com
Corehab s.r.l.
Via Klagenfurt 62, 38121, Trento (TN), Italy
Phone
+39 0461 960157
Mail info@corehab.com
VAT 02185760226
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CoRehab Platform
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Labeling and Regulation

Regulation

The system has been tested according to the standard ISO 9001 (2008) design and manufacturing of electro-medical equipment for physiotherapy. Registered by Board of Health as a class I-M medical device non-sterile and without measurement functions.

device non-sterile and without measurement functions. Copyright Information and views expressed in this document,

Copyright

Information and views expressed in this document, including URL and other Internet website references, may change without notice. This document

does not provide you with any legal rights to any intellectual property in any CoRehab product. You may copy and use this document for your internal, reference purposes.

©2015CoRehabs.r.l

of CoRehab. This product incorporates copyright protection technology and intellectual property rights. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.

Allrightsreserved.CoRehabandRiablo,aretrademarks

The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners. Europe and/or international patents pending.

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Health and Safety Information

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION - READ THE FOLLOWING WARNINGS BEFORE SETUP OR USE OF THE COREHAB PRODUCTS. IF THIS PRODUCT WILL BE USED BY YOUNG CHILDREN, THIS MANUAL SHOULD BE READ AND EXPLAINED TO THEM BY AN ADULT. FAILING TO DO SO MAY CAUSE INJURY.

WARNING - Seizures

WARNING - Seizures

Some people (about 1 in 4000) may have seizures or blackouts triggered by light flashes or patterns, and this may occur while they are watching tv or playing video games, even if they have never had seizure before.

Anyone who has had a seizure, loss of awareness, or other symptom linked to an epileptic condition should consult a doctor before playing a video game.

Parents should watch their children play video games. Stop playing and consult a doctor if you or your child has any of the following sympoms:

Convulsions - Eye or muscle twitching - Loss of awareness - Altered vision - Involuntary movements - Disorientation - Muscle pain - Joint pain

To reduce the likelihood of a seizure when playing with the system:

• Sit or stand as far from the screen as possible.

• Play with the system (Tablet) on the smallest available television screen.

• Do not play if you are tired or need sleep.

• Play in a well-lit room.

• Follow the physio programs and do not extend the time of exercise.

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WARNING Motion Injuries and Eyestrainphysio programs and do not extend the time of exercise. 17 Playing with the system can

Playing with the system can make your muscles, joints, skin or eyes hurt. Follow these instructions to avoid problems such as tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, skin irritation or eyestrain:

• Avoid excessive play. Follow the physio programs. Take your time, if you feel tired take a break.

• If your hands, wrists, arms or eyes become tired or sore during exercises, or if you feel symptoms such as tingling, numbness, burning or stiffness, stop and rest for several hours before exercising again.

• If you continue to have any of the above symptoms or other discomfort during or after play, stop playing and see a doctor.

WARNING Active Medical Deviceduring or after play, stop playing and see a doctor. Riablo is a Class II-B active

Riablo is a Class II-B active medical device. Caution: Do not attempt to disassemble the Riablo station, sensors, Dock and Board. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.

NOTE: This product does not contain latex. This product complies with applicable laws barring the use of toxic materials such as lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, PBB or PBDE in consumer products.

Health and Safety Information

WARNING - Electric ShockHealth and Safety Information To avoid electric shock when you use this system: • Do not

To avoid electric shock when you use this system:

• Do not use CoRehab during a lightning storm. There may be a risk of electric shock from lightning.

• Use only the AC adapter that comes with your system.

• Do not use the AC adapter if it has damaged, split or broken cords or wires.

• Make sure that the AC Adapter cord is fully inserted into the wall outlet or extension cord.

• Always carefully disconnect all plugs by pulling on the plug and not on the cord. Make sure the Riablo power button is turned OFF before removing the AC Adapter cord from an outlet.

WARNING - Radio wavesOFF before removing the AC Adapter cord from an outlet. Radio waves may affect electronic equipment

Radio waves may affect electronic equipment or medical devices (for example pacemakers), which may cause malfunctions and possible injuries.

• If you use a pacemaker or other medical device, consult your physician or the manufacturer of your medical device before using the system wireless networking feature (bluetooth and wireless LAN)

• Do not use the wireless networking feature in the following locations:

• Areas where wireless network use is prohibited.

• Areas near fire alarms, automatic doors and other types of automated equipment

WARNING - Play Space

WARNING - Play Space

Gameplay with your Riablo system may require varying amounts of movement. To reduce the risk of injury or property damage, take the following precautions before exercising:

• Make sure you have enough space to move freely.

• Look in all directions (right, left, forward, backward, down, and up). Make sure there is nothing you might trip on.

• Make sure your exercise space is far enough away from windows, walls, stairs, etc.

• Be aware of children and pets in the area. If necessary, move object or people out of the exercise space.

While playing:

• Stay far enough away from your TV to avoid contact.

• Keep enough distance from other players, bystanders, and pets. This distance may vary between exercises, so take account of how you are exercising when determining how far away you need to be.

• Stay alert for object or people you might hit or trip over. People and object can move into the aera during exercise, so always be alert to your surroundings.

• Make sure you always have good footing while exercising:

• Play on a level floor with enough traction for game activities.

• Make sure to use proper footwear for exercise or are barefoot, if appropriate. Do not wear high-heels, flip-flops, etc.

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