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Am on bed rest – Doctor’s orders

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  • Profile photo of ossie-sharon Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, jab1952 and Littlepistol1. It is generally optimal to get exercise ideas from your healthcare provider familiar with your case - especially during recovery from hip replacement (perhaps from your physical therapist). Meanwhile, this is a link to recommendations from a medical organization: For asthma, we recommend yoga, as it helps with breathing and "opening" up the lungs. You will find examples in our "8 Week" program (link on the site home page), on the odd-numbered weeks (1, 3, 5, 7). For lower back arthritis, try these video links for ideas: Deskercise PiYo Toe Touches Lower Body Slim and Toning Abs Side Squats Lower Body Toning

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  • Profile photo of Littlepistol1 Littlepistol1

    Following to see what they suggest. I am like you as well as just recovering from Hip replacement. Have a good day. Char

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  • Profile photo of ossie-sharon Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, lamason5424. It's great to read that you have found something to keep you physically active when you are at your best. While you are on bed rest, you can skip most of the snacks, but add any protein and produce foods to your other meals - nuts, seeds, dairy, fruits, vegetables, beans, etc.

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  • Profile photo of ossie-sharon Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, azpeg. That's wonderful to read! We wish you success here, and are happy to help however we can.

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