Training at your level, you're probably so healthy that it should be pretty trivial to demonstrate to your insurance company that you're fit.
Indeed. Currently I'm missing it a lot.
Aetna covers wellness exams, and it probably wouldn't hurt to have one.
I'm still recovering from an extended injury period. I had to have surgery on my neck (C4) and recover from a head injury. So a few more months of doctors checking me.
you could always execute a gogoplata or flying omoplata on your doctor and then suggest he certify your fitness.
Ouch, nasty dude, that would really hurt someones shoulder at my mass. I don't think I'd have the agility or control to pull a move off like that without it coming across as something personal. I'd more likely meekly follow his advice and go home.
And who knows, implantable fitness detectors will come soon enough
errrh, you are right about that. The data is interesting to me personally however all the insurance company involvement often makes something cool, really, really, creepy.