I agree with some of the other wounded warriors: I can't get down on my knees or get back up once I do. Both my knees and ankles have been injured, but I can walk and sometimes Boogie while standing. I'd also like some ball exercises to use under these conditions.
I can't do either of these. I think bicycling helps the derriere as do gluteal squeezes. A lot of people have to be careful with their knees due to previous injury or surgery. Alternatives to the exercises in the video would be great.
Hi @CMARIEM. I had the same problem for a very long time. The trick for me was clicking "Ctrl" and "-" at the same time to minimize the zoom of your window. If you use Internet Explorer, there may also be a zoom dropbox at the bottom right corner for you to select 75% rather than 100%.
I hope this works. You would think moving the horizontal scroll bar would bring it up, but for some reason it doesn't. Sparkpeople can't be 100% perfect though. :P
@CMARIEM - Look all the way to the left-hand menu. There's a vertical bar with many options--share on facebook, pin to pinterest, tweet, etc. The second to the bottom is a little heart that says save. (It took me a while to find it, too!)
Does anyone know what the second exercise is called? All I could figure out is maybe a "Kneeling Leg Lift" or something like that. I know one thing: Both of them work! Oh, my, goodness! Thanks, Coach Nicole!
Coach Nicole, I had umbilical hernia surgery a year ago and i want to get my tummy down but I am scared to do anything strenuous. I dont want a recurrence of the problem since the doctor told me that I had very weak tummy muscles and back muscles and that is why it happened in the first place. I am 48 years old and I dont like exercise. I have a stationary bike. What can i do please since I dont want to feel awful and fat all the time.
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