If you are overweight, people will tell you to do abdominal exercises for obese people. That is so easy to say but have they ever tried to exercise while being massively overweight. Putting the dangers to your health aside, lets consider the logistics.
Swimming is often recommended for obese people but who wants to go to a public pool wearing a bathing costume when they are so fat? Most of us want to cover ourselves up from head to toe, not show the world. Ok so for those that have a private pool in their home or garden, thats fine but for the rest of us Swimming isn't something we exactly look forward to.
Next our slim friends will tell us to go to the gym. Right, as if being surrounded by mirrors would be our idea of a good time? Not to mention the fact that gyms are full of skinny people or bodybuilders, neither category is particularly sensitive towards those of us struggling with our weight.
But even if we are brave enough to go to the gym, we then have the problem with the machines. How many gym machines do you know fit fat people? It's embarrassing enough to get stuck in an airplane seat but on a weight bench?
Ok so we can avoid the machines but still work out. But how? Getting down on the ground to do some of the floor exercises is a huge task. Trying to balance when your center of gravity is all over the place isn't easy. Add to that the fact that most obese people suffer from knee and other joint pain and perhaps you can see why some exercises are just beyond us.
So what can someone who is morbidly obese do? One option is to hire a personal trainer to come to your home and develop a suitable workout for you. Then when you gain confidence and tone up a little, you can venture down to the gym.
Not everyone can afford a personal trainer though so for those that can't, why not invest in an exercise ball. These simple products will help to develop your balance and build abdominal strength. You can even exercise while watching TV. Don't believe me?
Try sitting on a ball for a while and you will feel your muscles working. Just make sure you buy the right ball for your weight and height. Abdominal exercises are difficult for lots of people not just those that are obese and these exercise balls help to build up strength as well as toning up these muscles. Everyone benefits from using them and they are quite fun.
Another option is to buy an exercise bike suitable for seriously overweight people. Take it slowly though and follow the advice of your doctors as you don't want to strain your heart in your bid to get healthy. Try these tips and soon you could be doing abdominal exercise for obese people and more!
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