Here is a booklet of the circuit exercises.
You need to do the exercises 5 times a week. You are going to do each exercise for 1 minute and then have a minute rest in between each exercise.
You can start with just 6 of the exercises at a time the first week and gradually increase the number as you feel able. Hopefully after 2-3 weeks you are managing to do all 12 at a time.
Start off nice and easy with the exercises and gradually build up how many of each exercise you are doing.
There is a chart in this topic where you can record the days you do the circuit and how many of each exercise you manage. This will assist you with pacing the exercise (Pacing is covered in the programme).
A chart where you can tick off what days you have completed the stretching exercises (aiming for everyday) and how many times you have managed the circuit in the week (aiming for 5 times a week).
You can also document how many of each exercise you managed in the minute which will assist with pacing and gradual build up of exercise.
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