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thanks for sharing

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Thank'ee, hon - I will give this a try (well, at least part of it, lol) either later today or tomorrow. If I don't report back - call 999, LOL--!!!
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This is a nearly 40 minute long seated cardio and strength training routine. It is not for the faint hearted! There is enough upper body stuff in it that even those of us whose legs often don't cooperate with us would still get a good work out.

tinyurl.com/objra7f

and after that, you will probably need a good stretch, which isn't on the above link but is here (same coach, follows on really well)

tinyurl.com/q7kk4co

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ueful

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Thank you Ann!

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"But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint." - Is. 40:31

"For physical training is of some value, but godliness has value for all things, holding promise both for the present life and the life to come." - 1 Tim. 4: 8


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Thanx, EMMABE1! Much easier to navigate now...
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I have cleaned up the Chair Exercise Youtube Channel - removed a lot of unused playlists and it is now open again with a lot of chair, and bed exercise videos.
www.youtube.com/user/ChairExerciseTe
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Everyone smiles in the same language.

www.chairexercisefun.com


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Found this on Spark this morning under the tag "Build Strength While Sitting Down":

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/exercis
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NASFKAB, the links will always be available. I'm hoping that we can get a permanent page set up under this forum, and it will be continually updated. Plus whenever anyone has exercises to add or information they find, they can post them as well on a separate thread.

I figure it doesn't matter if the links end up in two different places - that way, they're easier to find, lol...
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great ink thanks Jenni & Kasey another suggestion instead of the exercise link being for a week why not make it for all the time Y the chatter every month make it a chat for always

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Jenni, that's a wonderful clip! I did that myself. (I did NOT look like Jackie doing it, I daresay, lol.)

The link didn't work originally, probably because it started with "https." I used the link from "www" and it opened fine. To make it easier for you all, see if this works:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrEZjowZWGo

It's Jenni's link, just formatted slightly differently.

If you still have trouble opening it, let one of us know! Today's word is "persistence." ;-)
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I love this one. This song always makes me smile:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrEZ
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well Kasey my kids are 47,40 & 39 but at times I feel am still a 17 year old just starting life

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I'm not too far behind you then, NASFKAB - I've had glasses since I started school, and I'm turning 63 this year.

Well, technically I'm turning 63. I'm actually 24. Which is kind of tricky when you consider "the baby" is 32, lol...
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thanks for the link old gray haired lady with glasses from an even older one, worn glasses for 63 years since a couple of months before my tenth birthday wish had been more careful of my shape but did not so am quite decrepit

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I used to - note that: USED to, lol - do yoga for about an hour every day. I was in my 20s, and it was great. Then I got married, had a couple kids... yoga went by the wayside.

Boy, do I ever wish I'd kept up with it. People my age - and older - who have done it for years are in terrific shape!
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Thanks Kasey! I've saved this to my Pinterest for easy reference. My 50 year old nephew is a very popular singer/musician here in Canada and he and his partner swear by yoga not only for keeping their bodies supple, but also for stamina needed for an entertainment career!!

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This link was in a SparkMail I received this morning:

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/fitness
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It was in connection to the SP "Healthy Heart" category - my DH has high cholesterol, and both is parents died from heart attacks, so it's a health issue we follow.

Everyone, regardless of other medical conditions, should keep heart-health in mind. To that end, perhaps this yoga article can be beneficial. As the SP introduction (it was in the email) says ",,,yoga has also been shown to be a powerful contributor to heart health. In fact, according to research published in the International Journal of Medical Engineering and Informatics, those who practice yoga have higher heart rate variability and stronger parasympathetic control, both of which are signs of a healthier heart. Another recent study by Ohio State University researchers, published in the journal Psychosomatic Medicine, found that women who routinely practiced yoga had lower levels of the cytokine interleukin-6 (which is correlated with heart disease) in their blood."

Sounds reasonable to me, even if I don't know what "cytokine interleukin-6" is, lol!

The article on beginning yoga has some suggested poses, which are pretty much from either standing positions or on-the-floor positions. While these may not be of much practical use for some of us, there are YouTube videos and other sites that demonstrate yoga adapted for chair exercise.

Could be an avenue worth exploring.
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thanks for your ideas 7 the links Danni hope that is your name

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Thanks for the answers, Kasey. I do reserve an hour every day to do "planned" exercises....that is video or DVR's. Any other time as I can, I walk ..... I'm a garage walker since so many dogs are out barking like crazy....they scare me. I started doing this after I broke a toe and was limited....now, I just do it and am gradually upping my steps.....therefore, the changes in my goal level. Most days I'm OK.....sometimes not, but only I know that....my own inner competition and guilt keep me on track most of the time.....I love so many of the exercises I have been introduced to on this site. That is why I asked the question. I do try to do cardio one day, strength the next, etc. I just do different ones so that I can try everything out.....:)

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I never had much formal training in terms of physical fitness: once I finished with the basic school programs, the only times I've had access to any kind of trainer was when I had health issues (such as knee surgery) and physical therapy was part of the treatment plan.

I read almost as many conflicting things about fitness as I do about "Coffee - Is It Good For You, or Bad For You?" "They say" you should change between cardio (which I think of as vigorous exercise)... strength training (whether you work with weights or use your body weight)... and flexibility / balance (stretching etc).

I guess I can only say what works for me.

I've read that doing the same exercises to the same intensity each time will stall improvement and eventually work against you. I can see some sense in that, so I deliberately do different things different days.

I have a "short-list" of machines I'll use when I'm in a gym. I switch them around, depending which ones are busy and which are available... what I did last time... and even sometimes what I feel like doing (lol). Most of these are aerobic / cardio exercises, that get my heart pumping.

I have a short-list of exercises that don't require any equipment: chair exercises, basic tai-chi, simple yoga poses, and a few others. Like with the gym, I switch them around, using them for days when I'm house-bound or on the road. There's some overlap here, as some of them can be relatively strenuous (chair-marching can be VERY strenuous!) and some work more on coordination and balance.

I also have a few pieces of basic equipment at home - a set of dumbbells, a stability ball, and a couple of resistance bands; I'm lucky enough to have a relatively non-tech exercycle that we got used. I don't work with these things perhaps as much as I should, but on the other hand, since they're around, when I'm home they give me an opportunity to do some exercises I don't do every day.I should do more strength-training than I do, because I need to build muscle and - especially - retain bone. Several women in my family have had osteoporosis to a considerable degree, and strength-training helps combat that.

A few years ago the kids went in together and got us a WiiFit. My enthusiasm for it waxes and wanes, and of course if I want to use it I have to be home. (Well, I guess I could take it with me, but I daresay I wouldn't lol.) Sometimes I'm gung-ho with it and other times it gathers dust.

What do I get out of all this? I think there's only one real rule for fitness - do it. If you're moving, if you're active, if you are keeping track and working on improvement, I think you're headed in the right direction. And if you enjoy it, that's icing on the cake.

Personally, WENDIQ, it sounds to me as though you are doing really well and that you're having fun with the exercises you're doing.

Team members, what's your take on this? Do you change around a lot, do the same basic exercises, have favorites? Ever work with a personal trainer?



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This is probably been asked many times before, but I honestly need to ask.....because there are so many good exercise sites, do I need to be concentrating on one or two or is it all right to switch around daily? I realize that I need to do ones that focus on certain areas but there are so many good ones for each area that I'm somewhat undecided on which ones I should do. So far, this week, I've done five different exercise videos or sets of instructions....all were good!

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Oh, nice session! I sometimes have trouble with videos (shaky 'net connection, so they tell me). I tend to use the demos-with-photos more than clips, so this one's right up my alley.


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Seated Total Body Strength - easy to follow with pictures

This total body workout targets the upper and lower body with a variety of exercises that can be done while seated. For some lower body exercises, you can add ankle weights for more intensity. The upper body exercises use dumbbells and/or resistance bands for intensity. You can also make the workout harder by sitting on an unstable surface, such as an exercise ball.

See exercise.about.com/cs/exerciseworkou
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TBIRDANNI - thanx for that! What a good series for TaiChi and other gentle exercises. I picked one out of the series to watch--

www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzZMOZ_ly5Y&
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Really enjoyed the instructor's presentation of it. I took a TaiChi class last winter. I think it helps with balance and coordination, but most of all, I found it very relaxing, almost like a kind of "moving meditation."
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Sorry, had forgotten that these forums don't recognise links automatically. Hopefully I've put it right now!

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cant use the last one as have no idea of how to cut & paste

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in the spirit of some days some of us our on our feet and other days we really aren't...

www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdXS5OLQ8g4&
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Or

tinyurl.com/ozdrnxl

This should take you to a playlist of tai chi resources, they are the seated (from the waist up, so fine for those of us whose legs won't play at all some/all of the time) and standing versions of the same form. i think the standing form is adaptable to do it sat on the edge of a chair so that some leg movements may be done but without the need to balance or trust your legs to behave.

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Here's a link to:

Launchpad: Low-Impact Workouts for Obesity and Limited Mobility PlayList

which includes links to a series of progressive chair workouts, each one becoming a little bit more difficult by increasing a few reps for each exercise per workout. There are 12 video workouts available. Eventually well into the series the workouts include a bit of standing which if it is too difficult don't do. Each workout is about 20 min. or longer.

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Kasey.....Thanks for reposting that address. I just finished doing the first Priority One video.....27 minutes.....I will try the next one tomorrow....right now it's "coffee time"!....:)

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Sorry about the 's' on the http Kasey, I've corrected it. Thanks for pointing that out!

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Okkkaaay, we're rolling here, peeps.

If you have trouble reaching a link that's been posted, just copy from "www" through to the end, then paste into the URL window.

It's a bit fiddly, but lopping off the front "https" seems to make them go through to the proper page.

Sometimes the magic works!
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Hiya, Val! I couldn't get the links you posted to work (not sure why - sometimes my computer gets quirky) so I went to YouTube and simply did a search on "Priority One Exercise." A whole list came up:

www.youtube.com/results?search_query
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riority+one+exercise


I dipped into a couple of them - these videos are great! Some of them are seated, some standing, and the whole series seems to be aimed toward people who are just getting into fitness after having been sedentary, or toward people who have limited mobility and need less strenuous exercises.

Thanx for the information on these, Val!
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* * * * *

...and when I went back to click on the link I'd posted - it wouldn't work either! I think I might've found why: it comes up with "https," probably indicating an individual account. That is, Val's includes her account tag, my link includes mine, and the links won't open from within SP.

Apparently.

This is guesswork on my part. If I little knowledge is a dangerous thing, when it comes to computers, I'm lethal, lol...

So let's try a little expeeerahmint:

www.youtube.com/results?search_query
=p
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thanks all there is a sit & be fit series but unsure of their link & have no idea how to let you know if I get their next email there is chair dancing too

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here is another link for those with limited mobility hope this helps......


www.sparkpeople.com/resource/limited
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Thanx very much for these posts, Val. The first one is on my list for tomorrow!
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1. Here's a great Getting Started video from Priority One. Time 27.46 min.

"This Priority One series was created for those who are new, or returning, to fitness, Getting Started offers basic, low impact moves and simple routines. Designed to be 'just enough' for those at home who are looking for a low intensity exercise program which is practical for most all levels fitness. A great option for beginning a weight loss program as well as for senior fitness, Getting Started removes the barrier to entry."

www.youtube.com/watch?v=OA55e
MyB8S0


2. Another good one from Priority One using arms and legs together, as the instructor says "ramping it up". Time: 29 min.

"Designed to be 'just enough' for those at home who are looking for a low intensity exercise program which is practical for most all levels fitness."

www.youtube.com/watch?v=F1BBM
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Great! The 12-minute Core Workout that Coach Nicole put together is listed on the "1st Round" topic in this forum. All anyone has to do is click on the link then go to that video.

The other one might be this:

www.sparkpeople.com/blog/blog.asp?po
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While it's not a seated exercise exactly, it does say that these exercises can be done lying down either on the floor or even on a firm mattress. Anyone who's looking for a gentle lower-body workout might want to try it - and you can even adapt their warm-up instruction from "marching in place" to chair marching, which would still achieve a warm-up.

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I just finished the 12 minute sitting core exercise by Nicole and another one from SP called 5 smart exercises to support the knees and legs. I have these on my favorites list and so can't tell you the exact www.site. I think they should be available by looking at the exercise videos here on SP.

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Hiya, Wendiq--

If there are any chair exercise links you've found more helpful than others, those would be good. Or maybe you find yourself drawn to a certain set, or a particular instructor, who does videos.

If you post links to any exercises you do, people can take from them what they want, or may find ways to adapt them for themselves. So if you have some standing ones you do, by all means, feel free to share. And of course sitting ones are always good; you may post something totally new to other people.

It's all good, I think!
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Gosh! What do you want? I generally exercise with Nicole from Sparkpeople or I do some of the chair exercises on YouTube. Both of these sites have things for every body part and areas of improvement.....even TaiChi.......

I have been able to do some of the exercises standing up, and know that isn't what everyone else does.....do you want these too? or just sitting ones?

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Please post links to exercises and fitness websites here. Looking forward to seeing what you come up with!
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