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Tips on resistance training:

  • Remember to breathe!
  • Perform all movements slowly with controlled motion.
  • Stay within ranges of motion that are comfortable for your joints. If a certain movement causes discomfort, shorten the range of motion.
  • Choose a weight that feels comfortable for you, especially in the beginning. You want to be able to complete your set, while keeping proper form, with a small amount of muscle burn and fatigue. Don’t overdo it. As you progress in your exercise regimen and get stronger, you will be able to work harder and handle more weight.
Advanced Exercises Group VII

Group VII Exercises

More advanced movements than the Intermediate exercises, full joint range of motion with exterior sources of resistance, introduction to compound movements with varying levels of instability, laying down, sitting down or standing, external resistance can vary, based upon strength level. It is recommended that weight equipment is used at this point, either at a fitness center or a set of weights or resistance bands at home. A Swiss ball will also be needed…
Advanced Exercises Group VIII

Group VIII Exercises

These movements are more difficult, as you experience full joint range of motion with external sources of resistance, such as hand weights, medicine balls or kettle bells. Many of the exercises listed are compound movements, which entail the work of more than one muscle group. These movements can help strengthen the core, in addition to the muscles worked, due to the use of the core muscles as stabilizers during movement. Varying levels of resistance can be used, based upon your strength level. 
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Group IX Exercises

These exercises are the most advanced of all, allowing for full joint range of motion, external resistance, compound movement, and varying levels of instability. advanced movements, full joint range of motion with exterior sources of resistance, compound movements with varying levels of instability, It is extremely important to ensure that you are keeping correct form throughout the movement, avoiding undue pressure to your spine or any joints. If you find that you are losing your perfect form toward the end of your set, lighten the weight, or perform the exercise for the pertaining muscle group at one of the lower exercise levels.
 
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