Seated Workout for Disabled, Injured, Rehab, or Amputee | Kym Nonstop





The interactive transcript could not be loaded.


Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on May 14, 2014

Need new workout gear? Click here for the newest fitness gear and get $25 off with my link: https://www.carbon38.com/invite/KYMNO...

This is a Part 2 to my "Rehab Workout" video (link:http://youtu.be/IhGrk_FRhr4) to acknowledge my viewers who are working with the added challenge of a disability or injury.
Many people have written in asking me what they can do while rehabbing a knee or ankle, and others have asked what can be done from their wheelchair.

This is a workout we came up with. As you know, Laura next to me is recovering from 2 recent knee surgeries. We both broke a sweat doing this routine and had a lot of fun. For hand and partial arm amputees (and carpal tunnel sufferers!), use velcro wrist or ankle weights and adjust accordingly. They're incredibly useful, especially the ones that are adjustable in weight. Also, you can buy a velcro attachment for cable and resistance band-based exercises. It comes with padding for your skin, adjustable velcro and a D-ring for attaching any bands or weights.

Thanks for writing in and challenging me to get more creative with my training!
Stay strong Josh, OnxyFaith, Lauren, and everyone else out there facing a daily struggle to stay fit.
It's worth every workout.


When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.

Up next

to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...