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Please give me a simple leg gym routine

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Old Fartbag wrote:
Scooter in Seattle wrote:
To each their own, but what works for me is stairs. Lots of stairs. Real stairs, outside in the fresh air, moving dynamically, maintaining your balance so your whole body is involved. Not a lab rat on a machine in a stinky gym. I'm kind of old school, obviously.

I knew chap years ago, who was a Doctor and a good skier - and he ran up grassy hills , both forwards and backwards, in Welly Boots!


In the early days walking backwards in the treadmill was one of the things I was set by physio and is a reason now I can do more than walk, I use the treadmill forward and back.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Scooter in Seattle wrote:
To each their own, but what works for me is stairs. Lots of stairs. Real stairs, outside in the fresh air, moving dynamically, maintaining your balance so your whole body is involved. Not a lab rat on a machine in a stinky gym. I'm kind of old school, obviously.


I've been doing stairs in the car park at work since New Year, 8 or 9 floors up, 2 at a time, getting much easier now. That and the blasters. Did have some minor DOM's this week from the blasters for first time in weeks, think I just am getting better at them and working the muscles properly. Did the programme again today though, 3 full and 4 mini without too much bother, and HR Max was 5pm down on the previous set. Power is up on the bike too, but that's cos I've been riding it more....
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