Leg Exercises for Long Flights

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Certain leg exercises are great for working out on a long flight. Find out about leg exercises that you can do on a long flight with help from a celebrity peak performance coach and fitness minister in this free video clip.

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My name is Jay Jones, celebrity peak performance coach and fitness minister. And today we want to talk a little bit about some leg exercises for long flights. So many times, we're stuck on long flights going from the east coast to the west coast or wherever our travels take us. And we feel the circulation in our legs starting to fall off. Our legs are starting to fall asleep and we know that that's a sign that we need to get some blood circulating. But sometimes the plane is really packed or they've got the sign up, and you can't get out of your seat. What do you do. Well we're going to show you a few exercises right quick that you can do in the comfort of your own chair on the airplane. First thing we want to do is we want to get the toes activated by lifting the toes off the ground. Lift the toes, now I have my skeletoes on but you have your shoes. Just lift those toes up. The next move you want to push your heels up. Now we're working the calf muscles a bit. And we want to do each move twenty to thirty times. Once we've got the legs going a bit our final move is we want to pull our thighs off the seat so the feet are off the ground, very similar to marching up some stairs. And we're going to march up these stairs trying to get the knee as high we to the chest, and working those hip flexes and that blood circulating. All right. My name is Jay Jones, celebrity peak performance coach and fitness minister. And these are just a few exercises that you can do for legs on long flights.


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