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Old Tue, Aug-06-19, 17:53
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Old Wed, Aug-07-19, 23:01
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Here is Dr. Naimanís Guide to body weight exercises for beginners.

Iím a pretty poor physical specimen; I use an exercise ball myself, and I have a vibration plate with big handle bars I use to do pull ups from a seated position.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=c57p605PDZc
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Old Tue, Nov-12-19, 22:05
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I started a thread about Dr. Naiman's book thePEdiet.com! It's in the LC Research/Media section.

I am so happy he finally produced a book! I posted a couple of interviews about the book there too -
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Old Thu, Nov-14-19, 11:11
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Old Thu, Nov-14-19, 12:46
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Here is Dr. Naimanís Guide to body weight exercises for beginners.

Iím a pretty poor physical specimen; I use an exercise ball myself, and I have a vibration plate with big handle bars I use to do pull ups from a seated position.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=c57p605PDZc


not that long ago I was limited to bed rest. Just moving the body mass was an exercise. Decided to start small. Sit on couch and do leg lifts, just sitting. Kept progressing slowly. Eventually built up lung xapacity again, and could run up stairs. Still not were I used to be, but I'll take it. Progress.
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Old Thu, Nov-14-19, 16:29
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not that long ago I was limited to bed rest. Just moving the body mass was an exercise. Decided to start small. Sit on couch and do leg lifts, just sitting. Kept progressing slowly. Eventually built up lung xapacity again, and could run up stairs. Still not were I used to be, but I'll take it. Progress.


That is really awesome! I have some idea how really hard that is. it is a really long road and a lot of work.

I had a family member that was in the ICU unconscious on a respirator for a week and then in the hospital bed for weeks after that. It was surprising how incredibly weak he was. They had a therapist come in to work with him just to try to move, stand up, walk, etc.

They released him, but he found he couldn't stand up from the couch or go up the stairs. The therapist had to work with him at home. It was a a very long road, especially while trying to recover from a pretty invasive surgery.
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Old Thu, Nov-14-19, 16:39
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ya, that is a double wammy. The brain and the body needs recovery. Glad he has PT!! Back when my kids were 1 and 3 , I spent 2 weeks sitting in bed. Then emergency brain surgery of a sort. I was sent home to manage two babies, almost useless. Fortunately friends brought dinner each day for a week. So grateful. Took two years to get back to full speed physically. The brain damage.... well , give the brain time and it can do remarkable things.

Just one day at a time adds up!!
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Old Thu, Nov-14-19, 17:21
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Wow, that was quite an ordeal, and two babies, I can't imagine! I'm not surprised about the two years, seriously.

I totally noticed the brain recovery issue too on top of the physical.

Baby steps.
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Old Thu, Nov-14-19, 20:40
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Baby steps..... start from where ever you are.... a little exercise is just the beginning..... and leads to progress.
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Old Wed, Nov-27-19, 14:42
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One of the Greats of fitness, Dr. Doug McGruff of Body by Science, gives the ultimate endorsement for Dr. Naiman. Worth watching!

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=oMmeZnk7Oa8&t=336s
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