Your sentence works if you delete "got/gotten".
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Can I use ' get started' in the following way ?! As we know, get started means start doing something, I want to know it is possible to use in the present perfect although its meaning is progressive?!
"When it comes to health, I follow a strict routine. These days, I have got/gotten started a two-mile daily jog along the tree-lined streets early in the morning. "
How about I've got started on a training routine and jog two miles a day?