Seated POTS Exercises: Chair Cardio Routine

seated POTS exercises

Hi, friends! It’s been a while since I’ve shared a workout. And the following routine is one I’ve been wanting to share for a long time, so I finally put it all together! It’s a workout full of seated POTS exercises, which means you can do this entire routine from…

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How to Deal With Fatigue After Exercise

fatigue after exercise

If you feel fatigue after exercise, you’re not alone. In the POTS world, patients can often feel worse after exercise, especially in the early months of an exercise program. Extreme fatigue after exercise is also very common in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS). Until I reached a certain fitness level, I…

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POTS Exercise Series: Total Body Floor Workout

POTS exercise: total body floor workout

Hey, friends! If you’re looking for a total body floor workout that you can do right at home, then look no further! These floor exercises for toning your total body are appropriate for beginners and more advanced exercisers alike. And they’re also great for those with POTS who find standing…

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12 POTS Exercise Tips to Make Your Workouts Easier

exercising with POTS

Exercising with POTS can be challenging. But it’s not impossible. Chances are, if you have POTS, you deal–or have dealt–with exercise intolerance to some degree or another. I know what it’s like. I’ve been there. I’ve been at the stage where my symptoms were so bad that I couldn’t run…

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My Experience Buying a Rowing Machine

Rowing machine for exercising with POTS

That’s right, I purchased a rowing machine! I’ve thought about doing this for a while and even had one of my former professors recommend it, but I never took the plunge and got one. However, multiple factors came together recently that made NOW the perfect time to commit to buying…

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How to Calculate Your Levine Protocol Training Paces

If you’re using the Levine Protocol to improve exercise tolerance and build cardiovascular fitness with POTS, then you’ll need to know how to calculate your target heart rates for each training pace in the program. Sound daunting? That’s why I’m here! In this post, I’ll take you through all the…

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6 Dynamic Exercises for Strong Abs

A few weeks ago, I talked about static exercises and shared a core workout full of static moves. Since I promised I’d give you a core workout with dynamic exercises next, today I’m going to share a strong abs workout to fulfill my promise! I think you’re going to love…

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6 Static Core Exercises For POTS Patients

Have you ever heard of static exercises before? What are they, and how can they benefit your fitness level, physical capabilities, and pain management? Well, read on because I’m about to give you a crash course in static exercises, along with a workout of six static core exercises for POTS…

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Beginner Lower Body Resistance Band Workout

beginner lower body resistance band workout

I’ve given you a beginner upper body workout, so it only makes sense for me to now give you a beginner lower body workout! Our lower body muscles allow us to do so much in our everyday lives. From simply walking to bending over, to climbing the stairs and showing…

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Beginner Upper Body Workout

beginner upper body workout

The following beginner upper body workout is great not only because it’s suitable for beginners, but also because it can be completed in the comfort of your own home. Oh, and did I mention that you can do it seated? Even if you have POTS, you can still perform strength…

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