Exercise equipment walking

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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.
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1551655 tn?1294260921 If you wish to purchase hand weights or stretch bands to use at home, stores like Walmart in addition to Sports stores carry such equipment at very low costs. Yard sales are an excellent source of used exercise equipment! Have fun with exercise, if possible, so that you will look forward to it! Cheap DVD's (or old used video tapes) are also available, at a very low cost.
Avatar f tn 20 weeks and have worked out 5 days / week the whole time so far.
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 Also dancing is good exercise -- put on your favorite tunes and go for it. Walking is also very good exercise - probably the best and the only thing required is a good pair of walking shoes. Hope this helps. Maybe someone else will have some other suggestions.
Avatar f tn Check the gym's class schedule and sign up for a beginner-level class. Many gyms have a wide selection of group classes that include yoga, aerobics, step aerobics and dance-style workouts such as Zumba. Joining a class for beginners can help if you feel unsure of how to proceed with your workout. Remember, you're likely not the only gym newbie in the class. As you exercise in a class, you might feel more confident and even find a future workout partner.
Avatar n tn Strong abs help support the back during any lifting or bending activities as well as walking. The plank exercise will strengthen the abs as well as your shoulders, chest and even make you sweat if you hold it long enough or add some lifting arm movements. Have you considered taking a Yoga class? Exercises for the front of your legs like wall squats, you stand with your back against the wall, then bend your knees to lower your hips until your thighs are near parallel with the floor.
Avatar f tn You can't really "spot reduce", but it would be helpful to do "all over toning". Walking is an excellent exercise; yoga is my personal favorite -- yeah, I know - sounds boring right? Nope, it's not -- it's a challenge, but it will certainly help tone those muscles and it's also very relaxing.
Avatar n tn 5 years ago I started feeling an ache in the center of my chest while walking the dog most times during the first 15 minutes of exercise. After approximately 15 minutes of cardio exercise I’m fine and can hike some very strenuous trails above 10,000 feet altitude for hours with no discomfort. The only problem I have is the first 15 minutes. The ache stops as soon as I stop exercising.
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.
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.
Avatar f tn Well I am a mother times 2 and about 12 years older than you so I know what you are talking about. Any kind of exercise that requires use of your legs is great. Walking is awesome for toning hips, thighs, and butts. Also lunges work well because they tone as you use your body weight for resistance. Squats work good too. Cellulite will probably never go completly away, but the more toned and muscular your legs appear the less the cellulite will be noticable. I hope this helps.
Avatar m tn Please make sure to wipe down any and all equipment you use before and after use. However, the best exercises are probably walking/jogging/bike riding. Mainly cardio.
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.
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.
953033 tn?1246564745 After I had lost around 56 pounds, I DID add other forms of exercise PLUS strength training. BUT, I *SO* regret that I am NOT walking more because my hips were slimmer when I was walking more. I went on to lose 70 lbs. KEEP WALKING! It is the best form of exercise for someone with a neck and back injury.... You might also look into water exercise. It is not only gentle on your joints, it is GREAT! SO glad to see you here and SO GLAD you asked. Hang in there!
Avatar f tn d strongly recommend yoga and walking. Both are excellent forms of exercise and will help take off weight and tone your muscles, which always makes us look taller and slimmer. Neither yoga nor walking require any special equipment, except maybe a dvd or two for the yoga and a good safe place to walk. Make sure you're keeping calories in check, you can calculate how many you should have daily (or I can help you, if you like).
Avatar f tn d suggest you join a gym that has a full menu of exercise equipment like cardio machines (doing the same form of exercise will get boring and cause your muscles to adapt to that one form of exercise and eventually you will see less and less progress), freevweights, strength, and core equipment. I don't know your level of fitness so I can just give some general guidelines. I'd suggest that for every day you walk you do a day of strength/core training on the next day.
Avatar f tn 5 (63) all because of how putting the equipment together can be (hefting and hauling 150 pounds worth of photo equipment uses a lot of glucose). I would suggest that you take readings before working out and after and chart them to learn how your body does - record what you where doing and for how long, you will eventually get a picture as to how it effects you. As to taking medication, that one is best left up to your doctor to say.
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!