This seated upper body cardio workout for seniors is beginner friendly and may be helpful for people with limited lower body mobility or a lower body injury. It features exercises no walking, using arms only and other upper body muscles to get your heart rate up and burn calories.
To increase the challenge, you can add light weights. Also, you can move your feet if you like, but it's not necessary. If you choose to walk, this workout is about 2100 steps.
00:47 Warm Up
02:05 Upper Body Cardio Workout
Estimated calorie burn for persons weighing:
🔥 A 120 lb (54.4 kg): 82 calories
🔥 A 200 lb (90.7 kg) person: 136 calories
Please note that these estimates are rough calculations and don't take into account individual variations, such as fitness level, and other factors that can affect calorie burn. Additionally, these estimates include the calories burned during the exercise itself and do not account for the calories burned at rest or through other activities throughout the day.
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Disclaimer: This program is provided with your health and safety in mind, but every individual has their own limitations. It is crucial that you consult with your physician before beginning this or any other exercise program. This program is not a substitute for professional medical diagnosis, treatment or advice. By participating in this exercise program, you do so at your own risk. Please stop if you experience pain, dizziness, or shortness of breath.