Repeat 10 times for each exercise.
- Chair sit: From a half-squatting position, sit down slowly on a chair in three seconds, (narrower and wider stances will create different effects). If this is easy, try to sit down with one leg.
- Chair recline: Sit on the front of a chair to make a space between your back and the backrest, recline back slowly in three seconds (arms can be crossed at the chest or hold at the back of a head).
- Uneven squat: Stand behind a chair, lean to one side to put more weight on one leg, then squat down in three seconds.
- Heel down: Still behind a chair, lean forward and raise your heels. Then, lift one leg off the ground and lower the heel of the other leg in three seconds.
- Wall kiss: Lean against a wall with both arms fully extended. Bend the elbow joint slowly over three seconds until your face gets close to the wall.
- Front lunge: Place one leg in front of the other and bend the knees deeper over three seconds.
Source: Less gym time, same results: Why ‘lowering’ weights is all you need to do – ECU Newsroom
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