Series : 5 Videos
Series Description: If you have a chronic injury of medical condition that makes exercise sound like a painful or even dangerous chore, these safe exercise tips can help you get stronger and feel better. Learn from a professional fitness trainer in this video series.
Safe Exercise Tips : How to Work Out with a Shoulder Impingement
To work out safely with a shoulder impingement, you must focus on developing the muscles in the back of your shoulders to correct over-reliance on the anterior delts and chest muscles. Grab some exercise bands and start reversing that shoulder impingement this video on safe exercise tips.
Safe Exercise Tips : How Do I Exercise With Rheumatoid Arthritis?
Rheumatoid arthritis can make everyday motions painful but only worsens without exercise, so try low-impact activities such as pool exercises or Tai Chi for a gentle workout that really works. Get professional advice from a fitness trainer in this video on safe exercise tips.
Safe Exercise Tips : How to Stretch for a Dislocated Shoulder
You must keep a dislocated shoulder immobilized until a doctor clears you to use it again, after which you can use this pendulum exercise to increase your range of motion slowly and safely. Get your shoulder moving again with the aid of this video on safe exercise tips.
Safe Exercise Tips : How to Exercise with Chronic Hip Bursitis
Chronic hip bursitis can occur from a lack of strength in the stabilizing muscles on the inside and outside of the leg, but this simple exercise routine can help you turn the condition around. Get hip to a helpful new workout with this video on safe exercise tips.
Safe Exercise Tips : How Do I Use a Trampoline for Exercise?
You can use a trampoline not just to exercise your legs and heart muscle but also to build your upper-body strength. See how it's done in this video on safe exercise tips.