Exercise for seniors

Exercise for seniors

Exercise for seniors

Exercise for seniors

Exercise for seniors

Exercise for seniors is very important to there health. The Doctors tell us the more we move around the easier it becomes to do. f you are a senior and have problems getting around with falling or keeping your balance then this is just the ticket for you. The 1st one is the easiest to do. Just sit in your favorite chair, grab a 6-foot bungee cord, the one you would use to tie down something in your truck to hold it in place. Then you place the cord under the chair and up about 2 feet on each side. Then sitting down grab the cord with each hand and roll it up in your hands till you feel a little tension. Now pull up with your elbow on the side of the chair so that your hand is at a 90-degree angle. If it is too hard to do then unwrap the cord one turn from each hand giving you a little slack. Then try it again and repeat this till you start to fill the burn then stop but keep track of how many you did because you want to do that many next time or more. The next exercise is to stand up with your feet close together. Put the bungee cord under your feet and grab it with both hands. Roll the cord up in your hands till you have your hands on your side with just a little tension. Standing straight uplift your hands to the left and then to the right like your hands are straight out from your body. Then as before lift your hands till you fill the burn. Then stop and write down your results as how many you did. Then sit back down and do the last exercise with your feet. Tie the cord around the back of your chair then sit down with your feet behind the cord. Now with your feet lift your feet till they are straight out from your body. Keep track of how many you do when you start to feel the burn. You should do this every other day and you will start to feel a lot better in just a couple of months. Good luck and good health.

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