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How to get back into physical activity without getting hurt

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With America emerging from the pandemic, you may have the urge to get back to the gym or play some sports. Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Vonda Wright joins the 3rd Hour of TODAY for Wellness Wednesday with advice on how to resume physical activity without getting hurt. She says doing too much too soon is “a recipe for injuries.”