Min Naruki-van Velzen, MSc, Athletic Therapist, discusses bicep curls as part of a workout to help manage diabetes.
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Featuring Min Naruki-van Velzen, MSc, Cardiac Rehabilitation Specialist
Duration: 1 minute, 6 seconds
This next exercise is a simple bicep curl. We've probably all done it before.
It's a very simple one that you can do at home with just a set of dumbbells and is perfect for someone who's recovering from a heart attack or another type of heart event.
But it's important again to consult with your family doctor or exercise specialist whether this is suitable for you at this point in your recovery.
The bicep curl is an exercise that we've probably all done at some point in our life. It involves a simple curling motion with a set of dumbbells, perhaps even some soup cans or other heavier objects that you have around the house.
It involves the muscles in the front of your arm. Keep your knees a little bit bent to protect your back. I find that a stagger on the feet helps to promote good posture.
So there's a simple bicep exercise that you can do at home. If you want a program that's a little bit more customized to your needs, please consult your physiotherapist, exercise specialist or trainer.
Local Practitioners: Athletic Therapist
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