A previous poster mentioned the PBS TV show, Sit and Be Fit. I DVR a few shows and do one a day. In additon to chair exercises the instructor offers tips on avoiding some physical problems associated with aging. I didn't know we had to keep moving our tongue! Here's the like to their TV schedule, if it airs in your area.
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3,412 4/13/13 4:09 P
Save your money, unless this motivates you to exercise. if something sounds to good to be true then it's not. Use a safe chair that is stable for your exercise. If you want to use a stability ball they make them with a handle in the middle to hold on to. Good luck!
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Thank you for your quick response.I guess I will have to wait for another sleepless night and hope to see it again. To the best of my recollection it looked like a standard folding chair with various attachments. Sorry I can't be more specific, I only saw it once. I do try to exercise, but it's difficult, especially at this time of year. My house has no sidewalk, I have a partially healed tib-patella break, have suffered numerous concussions throughout my life (something about somewhat reckless horseback riding!). I discovered last summer that I cannot even ride a bike any more. My active life is going downhill rapidly. I need all the help I can get. I thank you for your help. If I find out more about this mythical chair. I will let you know, Meanwhile, thank you for your help - Jmiini
2/9/13 3:16 P
Was there a name-brand on the chair? Doing a Google search for exercise chair brings back a very wide variety of results.
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In sleepless night I caught part of a TV Ad. for an "exercise chair". It looked to me like a possible solution to some of my exercise woes. I am elderly, balance compromised, etc. I wonder if one or more of Spark peoples exercise gurus could test this product and let us know if it is worth anything. Thanx
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