FULL BODY CHAIR WORKOUT Samantha Clayton's Body Blast | Herbalife Fit Tips





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Published on Sep 17, 2013

Do you spend a lot of time sitting down? Then you need to try my chair workout! I'm Samantha Clayton, fitness expert and former competitive sprinter. I'm working with Herbalife to help you achieve a healthy, active life.

Today, I want to take you through a full 10 minute chair workout using.... You guessed it: a chair! I put some popular chair moves together into a practical routine that you can enjoy at home ... or during your next long phone call at the office. You'll need a set of light dumbbells, or you could use two full water bottles.

Before starting your chair workout, check to ensure you are in a safe position with nothing overhead like a shelf. Also make sure there's nothing in front of you that would stop you extending your legs out straight.

First do a quick warm up with these simple moves:
- Neck stretch holding chair
- Bent-elbow shoulder roll
- Breathing shrugs
- Opposite side-twist with hold
- Knee to chest
- Leg extension
- Alternate knee-lifts

After warm up, you are ready to go all out with my chair workout! Follow this routine by doing each move 12 times. Do this circuit twice; and be sure to follow my extra tips on posture from the video.

- Front raise with weight, first up then out
- French overhead-tricep-press
- Rear deltoid raise
- Opposite arm to opposite knee with weight
- Oblique side bends
- Combination: Figure eight row to double leg lift
- Squats to single leg raise
- Knee extension to abduction

I hope you enjoyed this chair workout and found a way to add some simple exercises into your day. Next time you're seated, give this workout a try! For more videos, check out my Herbalife Fit Tips playlist http://hrbl.me/Herbalife_FitTips and take a look at my blog http://www.discovergoodfitness.com for motivation and fitness advice.


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