In this comprehensive guide, we delve into the realm of in-home training tailored not only for seniors but also for those on a journey to overall fitness.
These meticulously designed exercises are curated from personal training sessions, ensuring a holistic approach to well-being.
The Foundation of Movement: Functional Training
Understanding the Core Movements
Human movement is multifaceted, encapsulating five fundamental actions:
- Single-Leg Movement
Especially designed for the older generation, incorporating these five movements into your in-home training regimen is crucial.
Alternatives for Accessibility
Recognizing that certain exercises might pose challenges, alternatives are seamlessly integrated to accommodate individual needs, whether due to injury or discomfort.
Mastering Functional Movements
The squat, crowned as the king of functional movements, takes center stage. For those experiencing discomfort, the sit-to-stand squat offers a gentler approach. Perform 10-15 repetitions across 2-3 sets.
Essential for daily activities, single-leg movements like lunges are introduced. Tailored alternatives ensure a comfortable yet effective workout. Aim for 10-15 repetitions over 2-3 sets.
Lat pulldown / seated row
Focusing on often neglected back muscles, choose either or both exercises. A strong back is integral to overall fitness. Complete 10-15 repetitions for 2-3 sets.
Adaptable to any space, pushups are versatile. For those finding it challenging, modifications with a higher surface are suggested. Strive for 10-15 repetitions, spanning 2-3 sets.
Conclusion: Empowering Every Stage of Life
Embarking on the journey of in-home training transcends age, with a commitment to empowering individuals on their path to well-being. Stay tuned for Part 2, where we explore advanced exercises to further elevate your fitness experience.