Simple, Relevant, Effective, Time-Saving.
This month’s exercises are ideal for those who have problems standing while exercising due to knee, ankle or balance issues, and can be done sitting on a chair (even those shown in a standing position in the pictures. Click here for a PDF copy of the exercise instructions you can print at home.
Precaution: Muscle and joint pain that comes on after activity and lasts more than two hours means you may have done too much, too quickly. Do it less vigorously or do it for less time the next day. If it continues to be a problem, seek medical advice
Exercise 1: Shoulder Rolls
Exercise 2: Trunk Rotation Stretch
Exercise 3: Ankle Rotation
Exercise 4: Chin Tuck with Rotation
Exercise 5: Shoulder Elevation
Exercise 6: Shoulder Retraction
Exercise 7: Shoulder Abduction
DISCLAIMER: Seek medical or allied health professional advice prior to initiating an exercise program. The exercises listed here are examples, and you should always seek medical advice before performing. Ensure that there is someone at home supervising you while performing these exercises.