Chair Gym Exercises Printable

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Date   26 Aug 2011
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Chair Gym Exercise Chart

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What's the benefit of Chair exercises?

Believe it or not, a chair will help you get good exercise. Chair exercises are a perfect low-impact way to integrate movement into your routine, whether it's from your workplace, the comfort of your own home or in a class setting. Chair exercises will help you get this done — and they're also a device you can use to relieve those cramps and aches. Busy parents trying to find a balance can use exercises on chairs to get a fast workout.

Do chair squats really work?

The chair squat is a compound force movement that targets various lower body muscles. Although it does give benefits, it is not an efficient way to reduce your body fat and lose weight alone. It can be integrated into a circuit exercise, however, which in effect consumes a significant number of calories and can therefore aid you with your weight-loss efforts.

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Chair squats may be achieved with a real chair or a flat bench. Stand at hip-width with your feet apart and your back to the chair. You can either cross your arms over your stomach, or place your arms in front of you to be parallel to the ground. Push back your shoulders, bend your knees and lower your thighs. Continue to lower until your buttocks touch the chair gently, and then raise your knees and hips to return to full standing. Your back should stay straight and your head will stay up all the way through the workout.


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