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703362 tn?1427766328 Another great move that requires very little time, no equipment, and can be performed nearly anywhere you happen to be. Sounds easy?....well, give it a try and let me know what you think. ; ) Squat (with hold): Works: Glutes, quads, and hamstrings How To: Stand with feet a little more than hip distance apart. Keep your arms straight out ahead of your body. Bend your knees and lower your body as if you are about to sit in a chair.
Avatar f tn //www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/11/02/best-exercise-routines-fo_n_776736.
Avatar n tn ll have an exercise program, and most physical therapy equipment can be purchased for not a lot of money over the internet. Over time, you will get stronger in a way that suits you, and hopefully break out of your rut. But for any of us to tell you specific exercises to do is difficult, as we don't know what's really going on nor how strong you are nor how you'll react to a specific exercise.
Avatar n tn I had a roommate who used one of these in bad weather, and Gym is right, it's much easier to maintain and use than exercise equipment. I like the home exercise equipment, but as i said, it always turns out to need a lot of maintenance even when new.
Avatar f tn I'm 10 weeks pregnant and I need to lose body weight while I gain pregnancy weight. I'm 21 and 224 lbs. Both my knees dislocate so it's not good or safe to have so much weight on me + pregnancy weight. It's to much pressure on my knees. Idk what I can do to safely and effectively lose body weight.
Avatar f tn I have not had the energy to run in months and now I hurt, first it was my ankles, then my knees, now it hurts in my hips. I really hope someone out there can tell me they eventually returned to running or aerobic activities. I'm one month into treatment with no improvements, only more symptoms and a heap load of depression.
Avatar f tn I am started on a 1,000 calorie diet, but I am having a serious problem with exercise. How can I get the right kind of exercise to make a difference. I am also on iron therapy as my last test was at 2. I need some help.
Avatar f tn The principal would need to approve, and of course, someone has to pay for the video equipment and make sure it works efficiently. As long as she has an illness, I'm sure she qualifies for free home study, and anything that makes her education more accessible for her case. Here in CA, we have what's called the 504 program for children with disabilities. The schools work hard to ensure we have what we need for our children, without going too far out on a limb.
Avatar f tn Try to lower your Carbohydrates if they are over 100g a day. You can do 15 min interval body weight exercises without any exercise equipment at all an get amazing results. I recommend something like 20-30 seconds on 10 seconds rest between each set. Squats, push-ups, Mountain climbers, Crunches or Leg Lifts, lunges.
1646836 tn?1301430573 http://laurensfitness.com/2008/07/02/no-equipment-no-excuses-20-exercises-you-can-do-at-home/ http://www.fitwatch.com/exercise/10-ways-you-can-exercise-at-home-without-any-equipment-10.
Avatar f tn Are you saying while working at a constant/level exercise aerobic level your HR will drop from 180 to 34? This sounds like equipment failure to me. I did read that you get these strange readings on different equipment, but are you using the same transmitter? For example, my Polar wrist monitor with a chest strap will also drive the HR on some tread mills and other equipment, so if the chest strap/transmitter is producing errors, those errors will be displayed on all compatible equipment.
Avatar n tn I had back surgery and now am afraid to exercise. Are there any exercises I can do that will help promote weight loss and toning without hurting my back?
968857 tn?1247600450 m beginning to eat healthily, but because of my figure, I find myself too nervous to go outside and exercise. Does anyone have any tips for home exercising, or maybe ideas on good ways of keeping control on what I'm eating, without going on a proper diet, as members of my family have been on many diets, and they, from experience, seem to make things worse. Thanks for reading.
Avatar n tn What are you trying to accomplish? This is a big category -- you can do a ton of things at home, especially if you buy some equipment. If you're wealthy you can build your own gym at home. You can buy a stationary bike or elliptical machine for the home. You can do yoga, pilates, calisthenics, push ups, crunches of an incredible variety. So given you can do so much at home, the question would be, what is it you're trying to accomplish.
Avatar m tn Water aroebics works wonders. I've recently been diagnosed with osteoarthritis of knee. Except I'm 42 for crying out loud! I highly suspect it's related to my taking Prevacid for 5 years (the reason I'm here). Anywho, the water aroebics and palates are very easy on your knees. Look up the pilates website and order the ring and video tapes. I joined 24 hour fitness for the water aroebics. It's worked wonders for me and I'm not a small woman myself.
572651 tn?1530999357 Obviously it is important to stay as physically active as possible with this crazy disease. I'm wondering what type of exercise routine any of you may have found that is "do-able." Currently I am doing Tai Chi, which is great for my balance and Chi (life force energy) but offers little aerobic benefit. I am also doing water aerobics two times a week, along with swimming laps.
Avatar m tn Hello all. I'm a 22 yr old college senior and i weight 265lb sitting at 6'3. About a year ago i was at 290lb but i switch from on-campus fried food to off-campus food where i choose what to eat and lost 30lbs just from that... I am keeping on a health diet Around 1500-2000 calories a day.
2063301 tn?1343833074 While the above is correct, you're not reporting muscle soreness -- the knees and back shouldn't be hurting. If you're new to exercising, your personal trainer sounds like an idiot, pardon the expression. Squats aren't an easy exercise for anyone to do without hurting yourself -- they have to be done correctly and carefully. Stair climbing is also not a safe exercise -- it works the knees too much.
Avatar f tn We have been told that she cannot put any pressure on her arms or wrists to stand for six weeks until her sternum heals. She cannot stand without using her arms currently because of bad knees and inflexibility. Does this mean, we will need to lift her every time she needs to get up for the first six weeks? Any insight would be greatly appreciated of what to expect upon discharge from the hospital.
Avatar f tn //www.livestrong.com/article/379524-the-best-workout-for-obese-people/ Be sure to get the OK from your doctor before doing any exercise program!
Avatar f tn Here's an article that may help you. Bad knees? No problem. This article is specifically for toning the glutes (butt) even if you have bad knees. https://www.shape.com/fitness/videos/best-glute-exercises-if-you-have-bad-knees. I've probably done every single one of these at one time or another and all are pretty easy to do. Of course, check with your doctor if you need to and go slow.
Avatar f tn this is great, jump rope is a great all around exercise and obviously the equipment is cheap and easy to store!
973741 tn?1342342773 We have had an exercise bike, hopefully placed right in the TV room so we would use it. Did we? No. We now own a very nice rowing machine. Someone has used it two or three times since the beginning of the year. It seems like the value of Peloton would be only in if it is motivational. If someone is prompted by the high price to become a fanatic for exercise, more power to he and to the program.