Longevity Exercise Physiology Drummoyne, EdgecliffMarrickvilleBella VistaRandwickPymbleNeutral Bay and Balmain will discuss exercise ideas for small groups.

Here are some exercise ideas designed for small groups, aiming to increase your heart rate, touch on functional movements and most importantly, be fun!

Are you fully vaccinated and missing your family and friends? Are you excited about able to see, interact and potentially exercise with up to 5 people as of this week? BECAUSE WE ARE! Here are some exercise ideas designed for small groups, aiming to increase your heart rate, touch on functional movements and most importantly, be fun!

Circuits

Implementing 6-8 exercise stations (30s ON/30s OFF) – 4 Rounds at each/90s REST in between EACH station)

  • NOT AIMING TO COMPLETE A PARTICULAR NUMBER OF REPS, BUT WORKING FOR THE 30SEC
  • Body Weight
  • 3-4 Aerobic based exercise stations
    • High Knees
    • Mountain climbers
    • Jog to a specific spot (light pole, sign etc)
    • Skipping
  • 3-4 Strength/resistance based stations
    • Sit to stands
    • Glute bridges
    • Incline push up
    • Prone “W” holds

Partnered Workouts

Implementing 4-6 exercise stations (aiming to achieve a certain number of repetitions – eg. 100 Reps at EACH station; which is broken up between two individuals. 4 Rounds at each/120s REST in between EACH station)

  • WHILE ONE INDIVIDUAL IS WORKING, THE OTHER IS RESTING
  • Body Weight
  • 4-6 exercise stations
    • Static lunge
    • Step up
    • Inverted row
    • Push up
    • Deadbugs
    • Shoulder taps

HOW CAN AN EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGIST ASSIST DURING THIS TIME?

A tailored and specific exercise program that is designed based on both subjective and objective information gathered in an initial consultation.

  • Provide strategies and guidance that can be implemented into daily routine
  • Assist with goal setting
  • Education of physiological responses to exercise stimulus

If you or anyone you know would benefit from exercise during this time, or would like clarification on the information above – give us a call on 1300 964 002.

 Written by Kale Barton-Bissaker