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exercises after suffering a coronavirus infection

A set of exercises after suffering a coronavirus infection

Purpose: improving the functional state of the respiratory, cardiovascular systems, increasing efficiency, increasing overall physical endurance, restoring chest mobility, improving the drainage function of the lungs, improving muscle strength in the arms and legs, normalizing the emotional background.

All exercises are performed at a slow pace. Classes are held from 4 to 7 times a week, starting from 10 minutes and, with good load tolerance, daily increasing the duration of the session by 5 minutes.

The maximum duration of a lesson is 30 minutes. Start with exercises from the first to the fifth, then, if tolerated, add 2 exercises per day. Repeat each exercise 3-7 times, depending on individual tolerance.

Required equipment: gymnastic mat, chair, ball, gymnastic stick

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A set of exercises after a previous coronavirus infection

Exercise 1

Diaphragmatic breathing starting position: lying on your back, right palm on the chest, left on the stomach. Inhale slowly and deeply through your nose. The abdomen rises on inspiration, the upper part of the chest remains motionless. Exhale slowly, pull the belly to the spine

Exercise 2

Starting position: standing, feet shoulder-width apart, hands on the belt. As you inhale, rise on your toes, as you exhale, return to the starting position

Exercise  3

Starting position: standing, resting your hands on the back of a chair. On inhalation, take your leg back, on exhalation – return to the starting position

Exercise 4

Starting position: standing, feet shoulder-width apart, arms in front of you, bent at the elbows, holding a ball in hands. On inhalation, lift the ball, on exhalation – return to the starting position

Exercise 5

Sound gymnasticsStarting position: sitting on a chair. Hands, palms down, on the knees. Inhale through your nose. On exhalation, pronounce the sound R. Exhale through the mouth. Exhalation is 2 times longer than inhalation. Then, as you exhale, pronounce the sound M. Repeat 2 times each sound

Exercise  6

Starting position: standing, feet shoulder-width apart, arms straight. Circular movements in the shoulder joint forward and then in the opposite direction

Exercise 7

Starting position: standing, feet shoulder-width apart, arms out to the sides. On inhalation – turn the body to the left, on exhalation – return to the starting position, on inhalation, turn the body to the right, on exhalation – to the starting position

Exercise 8

Chest breathing starting position: lying on your back, right palm on the chest, left on the stomach. Inhale slowly and deeply through your nose. The chest expands on inhalation, the abdomen remains motionless. Exhale slowly, chest moving down

Exercise 9

Starting position: standing, feet shoulder-width apart, hands on the belt. On inhalation – bend to the left, on exhalation – return to the starting position, on inhalation – bend to the right, on exhalation – return to the starting position

Exercise 10

Starting position: standing, feet shoulder-width apart, arms bent, hands on the shoulder joints. Circular movements in the shoulders back and forth

Exercise 11

Starting position: standing, feet shoulder-width apart, in the hands of a gymnastic stick. On inhalation – raise your arms, on exhalation – return to the starting position

Exercise 12

Deep Full BreathingStarting position: lying on your back, right palm on the chest, left on the stomach. Inhale slowly and deeply through your nose. On inhalation, the abdomen rises, the chest expands. Exhale slowly, pull the abdomen to the spine, the chest moves down

Exercise 13

Starting position: standing, feet shoulder-width apart, in the hands of a gymnastic stick. On inhalation – stretch your arms in front of you, on exhalation – to the starting position

Exercise 14

Starting position: standing, feet shoulder-width apart, in the hands of a gymnastic stick. On inhalation – bend forward, on exhalation – to the starting position

Exercise 15

Diaphragmatic breathing starting position: lying on your back, right palm on the chest, left on the stomach. Inhale slowly and deeply through your nose. The abdomen rises on inspiration, the upper part of the chest remains motionless. Exhale slowly, pull the belly to the spine

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