Chair Exercises for Seniors are designed for those who require the support of an object such as a sturdy chair for exercising or who are chair-bound.
There is no need to be excluded from exercises. In fact, it’s probably even more important to get involved on both the physical and mental level. If you are chair-bound, keeping fit is necessary and achievable.
You can enjoy strength training using light weights to begin and increasing as you feel confident to do so. What about neck, shoulders, hips – are you feeling pain which may be caused by tight inflexible muscles? If so, you also will enjoy doing some Pilates stretching exercises.
Before you go the the EXERCISES which begin at the bottom of this page, please read the following information. It's important.
Some people look down to their feet while walking which also blocks the stimulus, because we’re not getting information from our brain to our feet and back again. We are also in this case relying on our visual stimulus.
This process is called bio feedback. We need to stop looking down and carefully practice “listening to our feet” so they can re-learn to make a new improved brain map. It’s never too late to improve.
Check out our collection of DVDs or Download for phone or computer - you're sure to find one that is just right for you. There are 4: Core Strength Exercises, Stability Ball Exercises, Resistance Band Exercises & Stretching Exercises.