Posted by Briant Alix on Sunday, 16 February, 2020 11:01:45
Lie on your back with your sit bones (that's Pilates for "butt") near the edge of the bed. Bring your legs up, knees bent, until your thighs are pointing toward the ceiling, lower legs parallel
Each day, it runs you through a short series of three easy exercises that you can do from your bed and in your pajamas. And by short, I mean you perform each move (AMRAP or as many reps as
Here are the five exercises: 1. Crisscross 2. Full Body Crunch 3. Leg Raises 4. Single Leg Pulses 5. Wide Leg Cross Sit ups Perform each move for 50 seconds with a 10 second break in-between exercises. If you have more time (say, on the weekends) feel free to repeat the exercise cycle a couple of times.
While a bed workout is certainly no substitute for a rigorous fitness program, doing 10 minutes of the following exercises before getting out of bed each morning can invigorate you for the day ahead, and maybe even motivate you to get in a proper workout later in the day.
Bed exercises It's important to do regular exercises while in bed to maintain the strength in your arm and leg muscles. Your physiotherapist will advise you on which of these exercises you need to do and how regularly. www.uhs.nhs.uk
This exercise targets the muscles of the glutes, legs, and core. It's a variation of a regular glute bridge. Lie on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the bed, hands by your side. Lift your buttocks off the bed until your body is in a straight line.