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Turbo Chair

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When you can’t stand up, You can sit exercise and get fit!  That is what Turbo Chair Fitness is all about.  This workout is an advance chair workout created by me to inspire those with limited mobility who wanted a more challenging seated workout.  All too often we see exercise videos for those with limited mobility very slow, with lack of energy and the instructor just going through the motions as if the they are teaching 5 years old.  Not so with Paul Eugene.

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Trampoline Workout

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When you need to take the stress off your joints and yet want to jump around you can exercise on a mini-trampoline.  The workout is commonly known as Urban Rebounding, Rebounding or Jump to name a few.  It is a fun, safe and effective workout.

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Strength Training

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Gospel Strength Training is a exercise workout to help strengthen your bones and built lean muscle that will help you burn fat, burn calories and help you loose weight. What you will need for this workout is a set of lite hand weights between 3 and 10 pounds at the most, you can use a can vegetables or your natural body strength as resistance. The workout out music in this workout is done to Gospel Exercise Music with today’s sound of Gospel Music provided by Cardio Mixes. So Let’s get started and workout in spirit, soul and body.

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7 Chair Exercises

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Question? Are dealing with diabetes? arthritis? Have limited mobility? There are 7 seated chair exercises that can help you get healthy and fit in spite of your situation.  To be healthy means to have the quality of fitness that you do can the everyday normal things in life. It does not mean that you will have a 6 pak abs, slim or bugling muscles, that’s a false advertising. For if it was true, then most Americans should be walking down the street like that. Bu you and I know that is not what we see.

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