Comments on: 5 Bodyweight Exercises for a 15-Minute Workout [VIDEO] A better you, for life. Mon, 10 Aug 2015 14:20:31 +0000 hourly 1 By: Cody Storey Thu, 12 Sep 2013 17:14:45 +0000 marcia oliver1 My suggestion would be #1 to get cleared for exercise from a
Doctor after undergoing a knee replacement and to follow through with all your
Physical Therapy Protocols first. If #1 is achieved then #2 would be to start
with Daily Joint Mobility addressing all of your joints because after
trauma/surgery all other joints are going to be affected to some degree. Also
Scar tissue, holding patterns and compensations can and will occur. So I
suggest cleaning the slate. Especially if your having a hard time getting into
a bathtub (daily task). Those types of restrictions should be addressed as a
priority before exercising. Simply put, remove the parking breaks in order to
move forward. If you Do #1 and #2 add in light walking outdoors and stick with
low intensity Aqua classes. Light/basic yoga would help facilitate unloading
your body from daily usage and help address any compensation’s. To me it is all
about longevity and pain free living. Listen to your body add in mobility every
day with some basic yoga 2-3 days a week to start with.

By: marcia oliver1 Wed, 11 Sep 2013 13:08:17 +0000 i have a total knee replacement  and i am 73 years old   in good heath   so can u set up an excerise program for me  that isn’t going to leave me exhausted and hurting for days   i do good in aqua therapy  but don’t get to the gym that often  so i need something for home  i can”t get down into a bath tub either