Seated Upper Body Exercise Video | Kaiser Permanente

By | 15 March 2020

Designed specifically for patients with spinal cord injuries and others who benefit from seated exercise. The video offers both aerobic and resistance/strength training exercises, and includes safety tips and other guides for an effective workout for better health.

20 thoughts on “Seated Upper Body Exercise Video | Kaiser Permanente

  1. NoExcuse Workit

    Your videos really inspired me! daily exercise really does improve day to day mobility for anyone with disability or limited mobility.

  2. Physcio_ Me

    Wowwwww just try it first time yaah lil difficult but worked awesome also good for weight loss…

  3. lib mitchell

    thanks for this. i had a hip replacement and am going stir crazy not being able to exercise. I could put my operated leg up on a chair and get a bit of cardio going – so GOOD for my disposition which was getting grumpy and depressed. I enjoyed participating with the participants, feeling and seeing that smile from oxytocin or whatever it is that exercise releases. Thank you.

  4. Lanet Forrest

    Great video. I am a senior with hip and back issues. The video helped me. Thank you Kaiser!

  5. Love,Peace, Happy

    How many kcal you lost in this time? That would be interesting and important for Paraplgiker and Tetraplekiker!! Maby someone can answer!! Thank you

  6. Yesenia Cumatz

    Hi after they amputated my legs I’m in a wheelchair an get to weigh how can I have a body like yours you looks great

  7. tara496

    Love this video. I have arthritic hips so this is perfect. Please don't ever take this video down. I use it all the time. Thanks

  8. Paulina Undurraga

    It's great to have access to this. I am a PT in Canada, and often I get excuses from mobility-compromised patients not to exercise. This is a great option for those who cannot exercise standing. There are so many mental health benefits from exercising in addition to the known physical benefits! Thanks for the courageous group who generously participated in this video. Bravo.

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