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Strength Endurance, Balance and a Stretch Exercise for Seniors

12 MINUTE STRENGTH, BALANCE AND A STRETCH EXERCISE FOR SENIORS

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Hey everyone,
After weeks of working on exercises for specific body parts. This week we are going to work the whole body covering strength endurance, balance and will finish with a posture stretch

EXERCISES
Warm Up – Marching on the Spot – 30 seconds
Squats x 20 (Can do Sit-Stand or Knee extensions as alternative)
Alternate Shoulder press x 20 each arm
Hip Abductions x 15 each leg
Tandem Stand x 30 seconds each leg
Hip Flexions (balance) x 5 each leg with 2 second holds
Seated Posture stretch – 30 seconds

(To get straight into the exercise go to 0.48 seconds ).

Have fun and enjoy!

Remember always progress exercises slowly.

See you next time!

– Mike

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