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    I'm not sure where to begin

    So I'm an out of shape and 45 years old. I have weight trained before but have never been consistent. I have a mild case of golfers elbow in my right elbow and have had some knee issues in the past. The only physical activity I do is skateboarding but I recently had to take a break from that because my left knee started giving me issues and I'm letting it heal.

    My goal? I want to get into weight training (consistently) and I want to continue skateboarding, it is my passion. But I want to do both without getting injured. Or at least minimize my risk of getting injured.

    Are there specific workouts or stretches I need to be doing to help prevent injury? Do core exercises help prevent injuries? Should I seek a physical therapist or personal trainer?

    I'm ready to change my life around and become physically fit, continue skateboarding and do both injury free as possible but I just don't know where to begin.

    Any advice?
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