November 11

Getting stronger every day in only 10-15 minutes a day | Exercises for Seniors & Beginners | Day 10

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Welcome to day 10 and the end of your second week! Today will be our third leg strengthening workout for the week. Getting stronger legs means stronger bones, faster metabolism and a leaner, and firmer body. 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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Jules

00:00 Intro & mini warm-up
01:40 Strength exercises
13:10 Ending words

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  • Hi Jules! Another great workout, thank you. I have really enjoyed the series so far, and will definitely be sticking with it. I managed the elbow plank challenge today 😊

  • Thank you very much for your kind words about my bereavement. I am 70 and I discovered your channel about one year ago. I used to tell my husband that I didn’t want to be disturbed for a while as I was with Jules! Today I went for a walk and did 8/9 |10. I used to be in the fitness industry and appreciate how special you are for us more matured people.
    God Bless πŸ™Œ Marie

  • Thank you so much for your next exercises, which are always a pleasure to look forward to.
    It seems to me that in the case of this type of exercise, which does not tire as much as dancing, cardio, fast marches, etc., there is no need to measure time so apothecary-style. Here, time passes very quickly and the sweat doesn’t drip off us πŸ™‚
    In the case of the plank you have a different arrangement of the arms on the mat in the form of a sort of triangle. I have my arms parallel to each other. Does this make a difference?
    As for the push-ups, which I think everyone who has the strength should add to themselves, it seems to me that doing, say, 20 push-ups at a normal pace will give a worse result for our muscles than just 10 or 5, but with a very, very, very, very slow descent and rise. We will be more tired, but it is worth it for the result of such a workout.
    This is, of course, my subjective view, because every person is different and has the right to exercise differently according to the capabilities of his or her own body and liking. Although personal modification should not deviate from the suggestions of the trainer, in whom you should always have confidence if you choose him.πŸ’›

  • Any suggestions re dumbells progressive, only have the 3lbs. Senior 😎 fairly fit.. I want muscles… Jules πŸ˜‹πŸ€£πŸ€—πŸ˜œ. Thank you.

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