remember to ALWAYS speak with your physician prior to starting any exercise
program and keep water with you at all times during any exercise session to stay hydrated.
30-45 min at day. At
least 5 days a week.
My goal is at least 12mi/per week.
1 to 2 days per week
I do several of the upper-body machine weights and do 2 sets for each exercise.
My goal is once per week. I swim 3 to 6 laps.
This exercise has helped my breathing a lot.
It has strengthened my diaphragm.
with both hands.
50 squeezes in left hand, then 50 in right hand
50 squeezes in left hand, then 50 in right hand, Again.
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Daily with both hands
Squeeze 10-15 times, then hold it tight as long as possible.
You may want to squeeze more or less times, depending upon the resistance of the hand grip
Stand on your toes, and count to 50
Stand on your left leg, and count to 50
Stand on your right leg, and count to 50
Deep Breathing Exercises:
Do jogging/running intervals with your daily walking.
2. Swimming, as mentioned earlier, is an excellent exercise to help your breathing.
3. Use the Incentive Spirometer daily to exercise deep inhaling.
at least 10 reps daily.
"Exercising deep inhaling by using the Incentive Spirometer is an exercise that was introduced to me by Kevin O'Brien, of Dr. Gahl's staff." Detailed product information can be obtained at: http://www.hudsonrci.com
Practice this exercise until you are able to do it without conscious effort.
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By: Mack Maxwell