Resistance Band Exercises For Seniors – Strong Upper Body & Core – Seniors Workout




Resistance Band Strength Workout For Seniors – Seniors’ Upper Body Workout – Resistance Band Exercises For Seniors

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This week we are working on our strength in our upper body and core……. Using resistance bands! 🙂

As I’ve said previously, I feel resistance bands are a great piece of equipment seniors can use to improve their strength and fitness.

Follow along to this exercise video and wrap the band around your hand to tighten the band as much as needed. If the exercise is too hard make it looser or use a band with less resistance (each colour has a different resistance).

RESISTANCE BAND STRENGTH WORKOUT EXERCISES
Warmup – Marching on the spot – 30 seconds, shoulder rolls x 5
Straight Arm Posterior Stretch x 10
Chest Press x 10
Seated Rows x 10
Bicep Curls – x 10 each arm
Core Strengthening – Arm Flutters – 30 seconds
Triceps Extension x 10 each arm

(To get straight into the exercise go to 0:55).

Do your best and any questions ask below

See you next time!

– Mike

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