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Strength-Training Exercises with Chair



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Chair Shoulder Circling
target muscles: Trapezius, Upper    type: auxiliary

in circular motion forward / backward. read more

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Chair Relaxation, Breathing
target muscles: Rectus Abdominis    type: auxiliary

exhale deeply. Let abdominal wall rise while inhaling and lower while exhaling. read more

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Chair Dip
target muscles: Triceps Brachii    type: basic

until arms are flexed right-angled. Return, keep arms slightly flexed. Repeat. read more

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Chair Relaxation, Complete, Bent-forward
target muscles: Erector Spinae    type: auxiliary

and relax every muscle. Free your mind and chill consciously. read more

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Chair Relaxation, Complete, Leant Back, Lying
target muscles: Back, General    type: auxiliary

muscles an then consciously relax all muscles from arms and legs to torso. read more

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Chair Roll-up
target muscles: Erector Spinae    type: auxiliary

and head forward. Keep lower back upright. Turn hands so that thumbs point inside. Return by pulling shoulders back and raising head to starting position. Flex back and shoulders. Turn thumbs to outside. Repeat read more

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Chair Relaxation, Forearms, Hands
target muscles: Hand Extensors    type: auxiliary

hands and extend fingers completely. Exhale deeply, relax fingers. Wait for a moment and repeat. read more

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Chair Forearms
target muscles: Hand Extensors    type: auxiliary

move arms up and down. Extend fingers while moving up and relax fingers while moving down. read more

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Chair Push-up, Incline
target muscles: Pectoralis Major, Sternal    type: basic

and lower body toward seat. Keep elbows close to torso. Return, keep arms slightly flexed. Repeat. read more

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