Best Exercise For Women Over 50! – 2018 – fabulous50s

Best Exercise For Women Over 50! – 2018 – fabulous50s


today I’d love to talk to you about the
number one exercise I think every woman in their 50s should be doing if it’s the
only exercise you do this is it and if it’s if you’re someone who does lots of
exercise add this to it hi I’m Schellea this is fabulous 50s a lifestyle channel
that celebrates women in their 50s so if you have joined me here to learn about
this exercise I found out about this when I went to a lifestyle retreat and
we got taught that doing a Chinese squat is one of the most beneficial things for
our health for any age group particularly people who are getting
older because when you don’t activate all your muscles in your legs that leads
to muscle loss sitting accelerates muscle loss and muscle loss equals aging
and you can imagine old people when they’re kind of bent over and that
they’re walking slowly it’s because everything’s kind of gone soft and lost
its effectiveness to keep the body upright and and also another thing about
sitting sittings not the best thing for us and we tend to sit all day and
sitting loosens our gluts and it doesn’t engage anything so you’re not engaging
your core or your legs or your gluts or anything so sitting is really bad but we
all do it all day so this is something that you can do at home and if you just
do it every day building up slowly and slowly – you can do it for a bit longer
you’re going to notice a benefit in your strength and your vitality and I’ll tell
you why but first of all I’ll show you what to do so you just go from a
standing position and you come down to squatting and this is called a Chinese
squat and it’s called that because in Asia this is how people communicate they
eat they talk they they cook they do everything
like this naturally and soda babies you notice a young child a toddler this is
how they sit this is how they do things so it’s it’s the way the body was
designed yet we don’t do it so our bodies don’t perform as well as they
could for as long as they could just another thing you try and keep your back
as straight as you can and hold your core in and your feet flat on the ground
not not like this you have them flat on the ground as you can now this may be
difficult to do for a long time so 10 seconds you’re doing great and you just
keep practicing getting a little bit longer at each time until it’s something
that you can do very easily but it’s quite important for us to do as women in
our 50s because we’ve got to work on becoming someone who can live into the
next 50 years with lots of health and vitality the Chinese squat actually
helps loosen the back and align the spine and lengthen the hip flexors which
are here and when they get short that’s when we get really stiff and
everything’s very hard to do so it also is great for improving your digestion
because of the way that we’re sitting like this it helps everything move
through the body and our bowel function is a lot better your knees get strong
all the parts of your legs get strong and your core becomes strong so that’s
kind of good for us but the thing that I found out about that I didn’t know when
I learned about this is that women who are going through menopause so from you
know early 40s mid 40s – way into their 50s what happens is we go through these
hormonal changes that actually make us think and remember and
feel the pain and the hurt inside our body that has gone on in the past and I
guess our job in menopause is to realign ourselves and move through what our
hurts and our pains and move into a new phase of life I’ve I’ve been reading dr.
Christiane Northrup who’s these books are great I’ve got another one here
really fantastic reading actually for everybody but she talks about how we as
women hold a lot of our pain here in this area and that’s why we can have
many many problems particularly with painful periods and menopause and all
sorts of things that originate in that area and we have to release that pain so
that we can move forward so all of the wisdom that we’ve gained in our life is
we’ve got to keep growing and growing and learning and releasing all of the
crap all of the bad stuff that’s happened and interestingly this is where
we store it and doing this exercise is going to be strengthening for us and and
kind of liberating for us so yeah every day if you can do this for 10 seconds 15
seconds you know 45 seconds into a minute five minutes just have a little
practice of doing it and start releasing some of that stuff that we’re hanging on
to and help bring some some great bone strength and building muscle into your
body because our legs and all of this area supports everything else so if
they’re strong we can be strong and vital so if you can’t get down here use
a ball like this and this gives you a similar kind of
position for your body to be in but it doesn’t give you the the strength that
you’re going to get from doing the squat but it will help you get your body down
low because some sometimes if you haven’t been used to exercising it might
be difficult for you to get to here and go down a little bit further and you
might need some help even to help you lean on something while you’re you’re
going down here but don’t don’t stress at all about being able to do this
practice and do it at your own pace just be really excited and proud of
yourself that you’ve done something that you couldn’t do before and a small
amount of time means it’s going to be a longer amount of time when you keep
practicing it I think that’s all I’ve got for you today I’m sorry I look so
scruffy but I’ve just come from the gym and I wanted to share that with you so
thank you for watching please subscribe and give the thumbs up if you liked the
video and have a great day

Daniel Yohans

100 thoughts on “Best Exercise For Women Over 50! – 2018 – fabulous50s

  1. T L says:

    I just spent last 90 minutes binge watching some of your videos. (Hadn't gotten to this one yet… wait for it… drumroll) You came up in my YouTube feed randomly. One thing I love to do when unloading the dishwasher is to squat down to the floor in this fashion to do repetitive squats while unloading the bottom dishes. I do this barefooted because my feet can grip the floor better and stabile feet make this so much easier to maneuver. Then I watched this video… had a good laugh and thank you for the confirmation that my weird dishwasher unloading antics are spot on. New subby! (PS, love all of your skincare routine healthy lifestyle videos… you are teaching me things that are crucial for my age 47 going on 48 and hot flashing last two weeks … yay! I may have manifested you into my consciousness!). ✨🌟💖 everything in Divine Timing. Love and light!🌟✨

  2. henrietta henson says:

    Oh I love watching people doing workouts …I'm a [email protected] there s no greater workout for your arms than holding them up all day …no bingo wings for me …as to other exercise I'm too wacked at then end of a long day on my feet sooooo I'll just watch you instead 😂😂😂😂

  3. kim durfey says:

    OMG that's a hard exercise. I managed 10 seconds, but wow, that was a lot harder than I thought it would be!

  4. ZGold Luv says:

    I have never been able to squat with my heals flat on the floor. Not even as I child. I can squat on my toes ( heals off the floor)

  5. lynne ireland says:

    I was told not to sit that way, as it was unlady like and gave one varicose veins, I am now a stiff lady of 60, so many things I shouldhavenever have listenedtoo!

  6. Sultana Mirza says:

    I like this, came very easily, held it for 1 minute and could have gone longer. I plan to watch your other videos as well. Fell on this by accident and liked it. I am 59 yrs old and want to get into shape, tone my muscles and verrry flabby, saggy abdomen.

  7. Lisa Jackson says:

    Oh you're so lovely. Thank you – will give this ago, despite cranky knees! Bless.

  8. Chrissy Simpson says:

    Hi I've just found you I'm 54 and I think i'm fairly fit I'm active but not as much as I maybe should be ..so I just tried this and fell over hahaha but i'm going to keep at it until I do it properly …

  9. Sharondale says:

    I cannot keep my feet flat! Will I still get the benefits?

  10. Robyn Belle Horton says:

    I can do this but it kills my hip bursa the fluid in the outer thigh . I will keep at it and see what happens 😊

  11. Rain Beau says:

    I do a fair amount of walking in my job as a server and enjoy it. I do suffer from back aches, warm baths help. But I am still seeing my mid region thicken! Im just now 50….I try to watch my food intake and diet. I may think some prescription pills could be to blame ? Can you make a vid about that, your thoughts…??

  12. alicia says:

    Wish It can be done, if on wheelchair.

  13. Kay Brown says:

    Many of us in our 50s have bad knees and can't do any kind of squats except maybe 'half squats'.

  14. Lorna Williams-Astley says:

    She's quite a gorgeous lady. She sounds really nice.

  15. Homesteaders Unlimited says:

    I’m 40 and just like that I look like I’m in liver failure or something. I just look unhealthy but thought I was

  16. Ya Be says:

    Thanks for sharing, you are so beautiful!

  17. BethyKable says:

    Please lose the horrible music but thanks for the great exercise ideas!

  18. Sneha Tamhankar says:

    This is the Indian squat too !!

  19. barbarah315 says:

    I do this every so often during the day when my lower back starts bugging me. I also interchange between my office chair and my exercise ball for seating!

  20. lana constanti-nova says:

    I was in Chinese squat right now for at least ten minutes, but I started to listen first and went to this position and then I decided to check how long I can manage this one for. Hurray!

  21. rosiela1011 says:

    Love your videos, you are truly amazing; keep them coming

  22. Huda Sarraf says:

    Caution: this exercise is not good for women who have haemorrhoids. My mother tried it and it got worse. Just a heads up.

  23. Diana Long says:

    💜😇💜

  24. Anna Davis says:

    This is great as I was told by another trainer to do this as well, it really is powerful. Thank you

  25. Anna V says:

    have you experienced the release of emotions? if yes, what's the feeling?

  26. Chandrakala Rajamanickam says:

    Thank you..will start doing it

  27. Diane Robins says:

    I wonder if there is a modified version for those of us are not able to squat straight away

  28. Georgette Orwell says:

    🙁 What if you've had knee surgeries and cannot bend your knees completely? Any alternatives to the Asian Squat?

  29. Papermadepretty says:

    New subscriber!! Love your channel! Went shopping on Amazon tonight…can't wait to start my sprouts : ) Blessings and thank you for sharing.

  30. Kat BeWitched says:

    I LOVE THIS. I used to love sitting this way because I have lower back problems and this really helps stretch it and my gluts. I did. It know the other benefits but I am going to start these right away. Christine Northrop has long been known as an expert and advocate of women, she really was a pioneer and has many good books. Thanks so much! ❤️

  31. Sarah Bone says:

    I love you exercise outfits, they’re so unusual.

  32. Ann Kankaanpaa says:

    You made my day! I thought I was the only one who loved squatting especially the older I get!

  33. A V says:

    This was v indians do everyday 😂😂😂😂😂😂 it will not work anymore in india..

  34. Lulie Lawry says:

    ttoooo much talk

  35. BabyNapoleon says:

    Wow I can’t get into a squat like that without falling backwards 🤣🤣🤣

  36. Sovanna Sar says:

    I'm so afraid for our age 50 + keep doing this our female uterus would fall off. I'm an Asian and I remember mom had told me dont sit like this deep squats. I want to take this chance to dangerous myself that won't be fun

  37. Annette Derover says:

    what if you can't do it with flat feet

  38. Valerie Wilson says:

    Will have to practice this alone for a minute 😂😂 embarrassing if not. 🙃🙃

  39. Carla Villa says:

    Having trouble with my knees. Going to ease into this to see if it will help at 61😃

  40. JB DeShazo says:

    I’m 72. Thanks for your video. So far, so good.

  41. Gabriella M Vaughan says:

    My knee won't let me do this 🙁

  42. Oyetoro Toyin says:

    Thank you for this video. I tried the exercise but was painful, my heels could not touch the ground. What should I do because I know I need it to strengthen my knee muscles. With love from Nigeria.

  43. Pamela Davis says:

    🙋Thank you for always reminding us to not stress over these exercises!! Love your easy going videos!!💖 The last thing we women need at any age is more stress!!😉

  44. Kathy Ostman-Magnusen says:

    Ohhh this is HARD! I feel surprised and embarrassed that it’s so hard for me. I work out too! I’m 70 so a bit of a break for me. 😝

  45. Kathy Ostman-Magnusen says:

    So I’ve had bad knees but quite honestly I think it’s weight driven. I’ve lost weight and the issues are less. But I still have #30 to go! So it’s somewhat logical that this squat sitting is hard for me. I am determined to get it down though! 😎

  46. Jeanette Jeffrey says:

    You look great. Not 50's but late 70's. Glad i found this. I hate to exercise

  47. Vads Thompson says:

    Thanks so much for such amazing information. Funny, rural Caribbean people squats a lot on a daily basis too… Maybe that is what keeps them strong and lean..

  48. Devonna Renee' says:

    I have difficulty keeping my feet flat on the floor, any suggestions on how I can achieve this?

  49. Susan Sweetin says:

    f
    Fabulous. my daughter-in-law can do the Chinese squat perfectly. Me!!!!I I have to do the ball as I have two very bad knees but I can see that with practice this can be an eventual success.

  50. Ellie Wong says:

    Was ill from cold..went swimming anyway…ate garlic bulb…felt better..inspired by women like you…will see all films..yet think.your niche is best upper arm advisor…😊😊😊😊😊😊

  51. Nancy Swan says:

    Love it! I’m 70 and really need this. Last year I suffered and recovered from a seven vertebrae fusion, then this year knee surgery, so spent so much of my day in pain and sitting way to much. That is why your video is so inspiring. Thank you. I subscribed and look forward to more exercises and tips from your channel.

  52. PeytonsPlace says:

    How did I ever get along without you? I’ve just turned 50 and I feel like I’ve been drafted back to my teenage years; I’ve got so many questions! I really feel unprepared, if that makes sense, because I keep thinking “I don’t know what to do now.” You are heaven sent. And Keep those book suggestions coming! Thank you sooo much, for sharing you, with us!

  53. Tisa Lynch says:

    Can you do this squat if you have had knee replacements?

  54. Ann Bouchard says:

    Hi. I've been doing knee exercises first and gradually I am doing this squat. Today I stayed a minute at this with no pain. I could have longer but have to run to do errands. If you are able do knree exercises first it will help enormously. I am 65 and it's taken three weeks.

  55. Joan Azarva says:

    I am 67, and I have no problem doing the squat; however I DO have have trouble getting my feet flat on the floor. When I straighten my back, the back of my feet come off the floor. Does the fact that I have very flat feet work against me here?

  56. bitz1981 says:

    Well it's an Indian style squatting.. As we had and still have Indian style toilets.. Where squatting is a must.. Some information, yeah. ☺

  57. bitz1981 says:

    We even grind spices, masalas in this position on a solid stone roller.. 😀

  58. Joanne Blair says:

    Could not get my feet flat on the floor.

  59. Roseanne Geer says:

    You are awesome I am excited to do more training with you

  60. Mildred Hughes says:

    You are saying seconds. But you did it for minutes. How long is good. My circulation was cutting off. What was I doing wrong?

  61. Susan Costa says:

    I love the idea but i have a bad knee i can do it

  62. S K says:

    Thank you for your video!

  63. Jarome Jacksan says:

    This is the best workout ebook I think on Unflexal

  64. Gina Sanderson says:

    Bloody hell Shellea, this is a killer. I do suffer from plantar fasciitis so this hurts my feet/ankles but I will keep trying. Maybe this will help in the long run with the condition ☺ By the way you are Amazing 💚

  65. Ally Rani Sevinthinathan says:

    This is not called Chinese squat..every Asians squat to pee or poo..lol

  66. Rachel Thomas says:

    Indian style toilets were designed for squatting in this position. Now we know that this was the ideal position for proper toilet seating etc. Alas now not many use this kind 😩

  67. Kathleen Kibblehouse says:

    Love this. Great time to pray or meditate. How do I train myself to get my heels down?

  68. Teresa Watson says:

    You are so uplifting! ♥️

  69. Elspeth McLachlan says:

    Hi! Love this and despite a dodgy knee I can squat but only if I don’t flatten my feet on the ground as advised, as when I do that I fall backwards every time! Could you advise how to work towards flattening my feet on the ground – even incrementally? Thank you! x

  70. Jayne Hudson says:

    WOW…I AM 66, THIS IS GREAT…THANK YOU STARTED THIS MORNING

  71. N.n. Badon says:

    i wasn't able totally that move in my twenties let alone now in my sixties

  72. Elise Bell says:

    How do you rise up from this position? I worry about knees

  73. Mary Lockwood says:

    I am Chinese and yes, I am 71 years old and I can squat like that for a long time 😊 My grandson who is 1 can squat at ease. Maybe being Asian has something to do with it??

  74. Mercy Morganfield says:

    OMG. I was an avid exerciser. Runner. Pulled my knee out, running about 5 years ago. Started to become more and more sedentary and exercise less. This video is so powerful. When you said during menopause we carry our unprocessed emotions in our bodies—my mind went, ding,ding, ding. That resonated with me immediately. And yes, I will be squatting my ass off. Literally 😂

  75. Carol Fantastic says:

    I tried this one just now, it’s a bit challenging so I had to hold on the foot of the chair while stooping. But I did it anyway as I was able to un-clapped my hand from the chair for about two minutes. I will continue to do it and I know it I will get better with time. I’m motivated.

  76. Susan Clingenpeel says:

    You are fabulous, and love your energetic and knowledgeable information for us all !

  77. Robin pst says:

    I will be giving that a try. I could use all the benefits mentioned. Thank you for all the wonderful tips and your positivity.

  78. silk62004 says:

    Thanks for the video. Wish you took me to the exercise. Then all the chatting. Or at least told me the timeline on where the exercise start. But please know I appreciate you. Thank you, thank you, thank you. I am now trying to stay in the squat position throughout your video. Thank you are the best.

  79. Lisa Monique says:

    I'm 1/2 Asian and used to be super flexible, but I can't get into the squat now. I'll have to work at it!

  80. gloria p says:

    I loved this!

  81. hargest 375 says:

    Loving these. Thanks. Xx

  82. Colette Mcnally says:

    Oh wow my new BFF and she loves Louise hay Double wow & super excited and fabulous too

  83. Allie Shepherd says:

    Ladies: Warning – don't do this if you have any kind of prolapse – disastrous.

  84. Ann-Julie Weston says:

    I don't know of anybody who is not "getting order " 😂😂😂

  85. eejayess24 says:

    I have just done it and I am 71 I kept losing my balance a bit on the knee bends but will keep at it

  86. Welcom Welcom says:

    Hi Shelleah
    A huge 67 yr fan from Israel.
    Thoroughly enjoy all your workout videos can keep up quite easily and already see results after only a few weeks.
    Waiting in anticipation for your new workout videos.
    Thank you "todah raba"!

  87. Mandy Williamson says:

    is the this squat hard on your knees? Looks like it would be. Used to squat a lot but I have had trouble with the vastus Medialis.muscle

  88. Rachel Lorenzen says:

    for how long if you can keep it easily?

  89. Manisha Kanojia says:

    Wonderfully Explained, just found your this Video ☝️am going to try Out…was wondering if you have a Video for Perimenopause Hormonal Imbalance transition symptoms helping Exercises😅Thank you for this Video🙏🌺

  90. Another Campervan Channel says:

    She's great is Christiane Northrup 😊. Definitely worth a read.

  91. Carla Macnab says:

    Just recently found you in my feed. Love your videos. I have incorporated several of your exercises including this one. Thanks, from a new viewer who turns 64 next month!

  92. Sue Smith says:

    Can you tell me the name of those books.😊

  93. Barbara Faison says:

    Awesomeness! I knew I would vibe when I saw the Louise Hay book references. Thanks for the inspiration… you look amazing you beautiful soul.😘😘😘❤️🙌🏾👏🏾💥☄️

  94. Chaya Lucafo says:

    I have to say how disciplined you are with your lifestyle…Thank you for motivating me..God Bless you…

  95. Jay Tee says:

    I'm 61 and never sit in that position because I heard MANY years ago that it can bring on hemorrhoids since the gravity pull is in that area.
    But, that being said, I was still able to achieve and maintain the squat flatfooted for at least 3 min before the burning in my calves and shins became quite uncomfortable.
    Not sure why it was relatively easy for me. 🤷‍♀️
    I'm definitely not in shape….that's why I'm here searching YT for fitness after 60. LOL
    Anyway, I'm happy to learn that my flexibility is doing ok.

  96. Beverley Buys says:

    Hi shellea thank u for all this valuable information you give in this vid. I actually thought I couldn't sit like that but I got it right. It just needs practice everyday. Truly awesome to know all these things! Interesting to know that we store our pains in our lower area, it also explains why we have so many women having problems with their pelvis area, difficulty during menstruation. But I have to say women are truly unique exquisite beings. Love being a woman for sure!! Thanks a mill. Have an amazing day everyone.

  97. Ilona Cheema says:

    I would love to do this, but I fall back and sit down. I have some belly (not a large one) at the front, which doesn't allow me to pull my legs close to my body. I can do it if I hold on to something, only. Any advise?

  98. Lola M. says:

    I am Asian and in my 50’s. I do this all the time and I never realized it 😝

  99. isabella campos versiani says:

    Thank you so much for the video! ❤️🌷

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