https://videopress.com/v/EwoWFYNe Jo, toe step outs 300619 Jo, toe step outs Begin standing upright on both feet in a naturally balanced position. Move your right foot out and to the side at about a 45-degree angle. Do this without twisting your hips too much to the side as you step out. After lightly touching the floor... Continue Reading →
230619 The leg press https://videopress.com/v/J75uKKTP Here Cliff is doing a quick, and I mean quick, set of leg presses. We keep the speed up on these in order to develop the power necessary to condition his legs and perhaps help him prevent a fall. However, in order to do these safely, please follow these exercise... Continue Reading →
Well here's Charlie he's at the veterinarian getting his 6-month appointment for a checkup, nicest dog we've ever had.
160619 Introduction to aerobic conditioning Aerobic conditioning is your body’s adaptations to working continuously ‘with oxygen’ or in other words ‘with air’. It is also known as cardio respiratory endurance or aerobic power. The word ‘power’ indicates a strong response to imposed conditions. Cardio work is a continuous activity that puts an increased demand on... Continue Reading →
https://videopress.com/v/ykXtKRe6 Home gym Image 510Here it is, in all of its glory hiding in front of a bunch of junk in the spare room. Notice that it is still located where it can be used...now by the grandkids. Here is the exercise chart that came with the gym. It covers all of the major muscle... Continue Reading →
Guide to physical activity “Physical activity is an important part of your weight management program. Most weight loss occurs because of decreased calorie intake. Sustained physical activity is most helpful in the prevention of weight regain. In addition, exercise has a benefit of reducing risks of cardiovascular disease and diabetes, beyond that produced by weight... Continue Reading →
This is what they play on. The photo is from Costco, and the vendor site where we bought the set.We get lots of upper body work pushing them in the swings for 15-20 minutes at a time.Afterwards, they move onto riding their bikes in the driveway and yard.
T-Bar rows https://videopress.com/v/OhMMm8Af Cliff doing a quick set of T-Bar rows Put the end of an empty barbell into a 90° corner of your power rack, corner of your exercise room, the attachment built into your rack or as in this case an individual T Bar row apparatus. If you are using the corners of... Continue Reading →
050619 Starting out with an aerobic exercise plan The research over the past several years continues to support the benefits of aerobic exercise. Not only is it good for your cardiovascular system but it helps ease fatigue symptoms in those with chronic fatigue syndrome, in the elderly, and the long-term sedentary person. However, this does... Continue Reading →