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Getting Old!

At age 61, I have bladder problems and after several surgeries, I can only lift 25 lbs and movement (when exercising) is limited.  Do you have any suggestions on what types of exercises I can do - especially for the upper arms (they need to be firmed up)!  Can't do alot of jumping around - due to leakage!  
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Go to youtube and put in chair excercises for upper arms.  I have done this as I am 65 and nerve damage from my neck to my hamstrings.  No jumping!!!  So I sit use light weights.  

Good luck!
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Go to youtube and put in chair excercises for upper arms.  I have done this as I am 65 and nerve damage from my neck to my hamstrings.  No jumping!!!  So I sit use light weights.  

Good luck!
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