5 Yoga exercises with chairs to help improve health for middle-aged people during the Covid-19 season

 For middle-aged people, maintaining balance and flexibility is the key to good health and happiness.

And Yoga is an effective way to train balance for middle-aged people , if you can't attend traditional yoga classes , do 5 exercises in the chair of to help your body stay balanced , blood better circulation , thereby improving resistance and endurance health .

How To : Place a chair of one end of the yoga mat . Sit in the middle of a chair of your spine straight and your feet flat on the mat . Focus on breathing , put your hands on your thighs and stand up (note to keep the spine straight ) . Slowly walk to the opposite side of the mat (move gently , placing heels down first , then toes ) . When you reach the other end of the mat , return to the chair , turn , sit down and repeat this movement 15 times . 

Exercise 2 : 

How to: Stand next to the back of a chair with the chair to your right. Place your right hand on the chair. Turn the left foot outward and place the left toe above the right ankle. Raise your left arm over your head and hold this position for 15 seconds.

Then lower your leg to the starting position and repeat with the opposite leg.

Exercise 3:

How to do it: Stand facing a chair. Place your right hand on the back of the chair and step your left foot on the seat. Raise your left arm over your head. Hold for 15 seconds and return to the original position. Repeat for the other leg.

Exercise 4:

How to do it: Stand to the side of a chair (the chair is to your right), feet shoulder-width apart. Rotate your right foot relative to the chair 45 degrees. Inhale and raise your left arm overhead, exhale and place your right arm on top of the chair (as shown).

Hold for 15 seconds and repeat on the other side.

Exercise 5:

How to do it: Stand straight with the back of the chair in front of you. One hand touches the back of the chair for balance. The other hand is raised straight and high above the head, and at the same time, tiptoes up.

Hold for 10 seconds and switch hands.