Complete Beginner Strength Training Workout | Exercises for Seniors and Beginners | With Instruction


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This is a complete intro beginner strength training workout created for seniors and beginners who have little-to-no experience. I explain each exercise as we go through them to ensure you understand proper form and technique. Even though I teach the exercises while standing, most of the exercises can also be followed by sitting in a chair. There will be no music in the background today since a lot of viewers have expressed they prefer no music when I am giving instructions. Please feel free to put your own music on in the background:) We’ll cover all the major muscle groups today. Please use a very light weight today to ensure you get the form and technique down pat before we start challenging our muscles more with heavier weights in future weeks. I did not include a warm-up today simply because we are using very light weights. In future videos when heavier weights are used, we will definitely have a warm-up first. Today’s workout is just an intro so feel free to do a cardio workout today, too!

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Links to other strength training workouts:
Intro Workout #1:
Intro Workout #2:
Beginner Workout Weeks 1 & 2:
Beginner Workout Weeks 3 & 4:
Beginner Workout Weeks 5 & 6:
Beginner Workout Weeks 7 & 8:

Disclaimer: You should always consult your physician before starting any ‘Improved Health’ fitness program or any other fitness program. This content is not medical advice and is intended for general education and demonstration purposes only. The use of the information provided in this video is solely at your own risk.

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