Sit.Exercise.Get Fit Low Impact Exercise

Low Impact exercise is still the safest and most effective way to work out for the average person.  Low Impact does not mean necessarily mean slow must it does mean less direct impact on the joints. Your body does not have to absorb as much shock.  The body does not have to worry about intense shock when doing chair exercises because you are seated and that takes away the jarring with the floor or ground when standing up and exercising.

This workout Sit.Exercise.Get Fit Low Impact was designed as a recovery tool for me after my spinal cord injury surgery.  I was still able to have fun, burn some fat and calories even though I do not have the full range of motion or strength in my right arm. But that did not stop me!  It is my desire that you would not let anything stop you from loving you by exercising.

This is not a preview but the full video!  Enjoy it!

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  1. Carol October 28, 2016 at 7:53 am - Reply

    We’re can I get your video I need to do some chair keep fit I have a bad hip and need a new one doing very soon. But need to get moving

  2. Ann Fitzgerald August 15, 2017 at 1:44 pm - Reply

    Good Morning Eugene,

    First, I want to say THANK YOU! I’m so thankful that I found your video while I’m recovering from an Achilles injury. I’m having so much fun working out with you every day. Turbo Chair is my favorite video. With that said, I keep a daily log on my fitness pal of my calorie and exercise intake. I feel I workout at a very high level. If you had to estimate, how many calories do you think your Turbo Chair workout burns?

    Thank you again for making my workouts so much fun!!!


    • pauleugene September 1, 2017 at 12:40 am - Reply

      Hello: Thanks for your email. I cannot give the number of calories that you will burn doing Turbo Chair. Everyone burns calories at a different rate, meaning some put a lot intensity and some don;t during their workouts. But keep up the good work.

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