November 28

Do this 5 week Strength Program to See Improved Strength & Balance | Day 21


Welcome to day 21 and our 5th week! Today we will be working on exercises to build stronger legs, hips, shoulders and abs. If you do this 5 week strength program, you will be on your way to seeing improved strength & balance. After the 5 weeks, you can continue to repeat week 5 to see continued results.

This quick, effective and manageable strength training workout is great for seniors and beginners who want to see an improvement in strength while exercising at home. Whether you are 20 or 70, this strength training program can help you to become a stronger you in a short period of time. We will work out 5 days a week, have two days off and will come back the next week with new exercises to keep you motivated. This program is suitable for seniors who are used to exercising, and beginners new to strength training. Ensure you warm up first and check in with your doctor to make sure you can start a strength training program.

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00:00 Intro & mini warm-up
02:00 Strength exercises
18:15 Stretching
22:35 Ending words

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  • Great workout, thank you. I enjoyed the newer exercises and laughed out loud when you said ‘these are tough’ – the same words had just popped into my head too! Looking forward to the rest of the week and being able to keep it going in future. Many thanks 😊

    • Lol, I’m glad to read that you enjoyed it and that you got a laugh out of it, too:) I also LOVE to read that you have a plan to keep going with the strength workouts in the future. πŸ’ͺ

  • Many thanks Jules. Thoroughly enjoyed todays session. Now already looking forward to tomorrow. In my 70’s watching from Spain 😊

    • Beautiful Spain…lucky you! Thanks so much for letting me know that you enjoyed this and looking forward to more:)❀️

  • Hullo Jules…you can motivate even the laziest of persons to choose progress over excusesπŸ’•
    Today’s segment was excellent…loved the incorporated moves…thank you for the kegels and the extra stretching..lovely!
    Thank you sincerely ….see you tomorrow 😊

  • This is a very good set of exercises.
    When I’m practising balance, I often stop the film and don’t look at the screen so that I can concentrate as much as possible on the particular more difficult part of the balance exercise.
    Personally and subjectively, I think there are the most important 3 types of exercise that we should do every day if possible at a mature age.
    1 Balance.
    2. squats.
    3. strength exercises to strengthen the arms and wrists.
    Thank you so much Jules for the great exercises.πŸ’›

    • I agree with the approach to balance…I often have to stare at something as well to keep my balance. Something I also need to work on:) And yes, strength & balance are definitely super important (and unfortunately not done enough by most people).

  • Another great work out. Enjoyed the stretches at the end. As I’ve said before I like how you add cardio videos at the end. I have a tendency to do the same ones over and over. The one you picked today was one I think I bury for some reason. Could it be the jogging? πŸ€”πŸ˜‰ It definitely gets on a good sweat. So excited for the rest of the week. Thank you as always. 😊

    • I always love your feedback, Carrie. Thank you for that. As for the intervals…lol, yes, you may very well avoid them but they are SO good to kickstart the metabolism and challenge the body. When I originally wanted to lose weight in my mid-20’s, intervals is what made the weight fall off quickly. Btw, you don’t have to jog in the intervals. You can choose to walk as fast as you can instead. Thanks for letting me know that you’re looking forward to the rest of this week.😊

  • Good morning Jules!! I love this session so much and just the biggest thank you for the few minutes of melt. Oh my goodness it was SO needed on my end. I love the floor work so much and I clearly need more of that πŸ˜‚ Have a fantastic rest of your day and see you tomorrow 🌈❀️🌈

    • Thanks so much, Mala. I’m glad to read that you enjoyed the floor work…I’m always torn on how much floor work to do but hopefully those who can’t do it, will realize it’s doable standing or in a chair.

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