These videos are designed not only for lower extremity amputees. They will help beginner through advanced exercise enthusiasts looking to better their results.
Personal Affects is not responsible for any injuries incurred while doing any of these exercises. Please make sure that your doctor is aware that you are participating in an exercise program.
Upright Cable Row
I am using a rope to do this upright row. Variety is necessary to continue getting results.
Cable Biceps Curl
Even though I cannot wear my prosthesis, it does not stop me from working out. Challenge is what life is about, so don't allow anything to get in your way.
I am using a standard row machine that can be found at most gyms. You can see that I am varying my hand grip to continue adding challenge to my muscles.
1 Arm Cable Row
I like to vary my workouts, that way I continue getting the results I want without hitting a plateau.
Front Shoulder Raises Using a Cable
I am using a rope attached to a cable to do front shoulder raises. It is always good to switch up how and what you use if you want continuing results.
Cable Biceps Curls
I am using a Bosu ball to add more challenge + using more muscles to stabilize myself. Alway control your weights, remember to breath, keep abs tight and don't use momentum.
I am demonstrating how to correctly execute a lat pulldown. Form is critical if you want results.
Always work to failure...try 6-10 reps, with 2-3 sets for best results.
Triceps Push & Pull Down
I am using a cable to work my triceps. Make sure that you keep your upper arm close to the side of your body. Always go to failure, or you are not getting the full benefit of the exercise.
Upper Back/Lower Back
I am demonstrating upper and lower back movements to help strengthen and alleviate pain. I am including some upper body stretches to help with flexibility.
I am working the back portion of my shoulders and rhomboids (back). Always remember to control your weights.
Cable Biceps Curl
I am doing cable biceps curls and a stable surface and then on an unstable surface, a Bosu Ball.
Balancing On A Resist-a-Ball
This is a beginner through advanced level exercises. I am sitting on a resist-a-ball and slowly lifting up one foot. Once I feel stable enough I will then add on upper body movements. You can begin with not using dumbbells, then as you get stronger and more confident you can add hand weights to add more challenge to your exercise.
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