November 16

Stronger legs, chest and triceps | Strength Exercises for Seniors & Beginners | Day 13

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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
02:00 Strength exercises
13:40 Stretching
15:55 Ending words

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  • Hi Jules, another good one, thank you. I think the level is just right for me, not too hard but definitely challenging. Always glad when you stop counting on the press-ups and planks 😂😂😂

  • I’m with Susan on this, the level is perfect for me too & the press ups & planks a good challenge. Just about scraping up to the 30 mark now with quite a lot of shaking from 25…!!

  • Hullo Jules…This was a good mix…lunges, squats and plank were all good: but I did the push-ups against the wall🙁
    A testimony to your continued encouragement is that my 4.4-pound weights which were so intimidating a few months ago are being used happily along with the squats also.
    I definitely am going in for a heavier set, at the earliest.
    Thank you, sincerely for all your efforts. See you tomorrow

  • Yes, I am one of those that doesn’t like lunges. I think because I always felt off balance and afraid of falling. However, with your explanation of how it should be done and the use of a chair nearby, it isn’t quite as bad for me to accomplish. I was surprised today that I really didn’t need the chair to reach out for because my balance seemed to be pretty good today. I find with these strength training videos it is what I needed to keep working on building my strength. Before, I would do them then I would rest a day or two and then I just couldn’t seem to get into the habit. So the short 5 days a week has me in the rhythm. Plus with following along with you, I’m not rushing the exercise so I feel like it is more beneficial than what I was doing before. Definitely seeing progress and loving it! Thanks again Jules and have a great day!

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