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Hello i wonder if you can assist me. I am a 63 year old male who was in good shape into my early 50’s then declining health. Making a comeback and would like to try a programme of body weight execsiaes. I have a pretty severe case of anterior pelvic tilt which hs caused me to start limping badly about 5 years ago. It’s got so bad i now use a crutch to walk.I have seen a physio and she gaave me a couple of exercises to do. In teh last 6 years ia heve done no exercise whatsoever due to the hip imbalance, I played rugby for 13 years as a tight head prop, first division squash and was in the millitary for a couple of years. I have been around gym’s for about 40 years and am not happy with my currant phiscal condition. Can you recomend a body weight proggrame for an absolute beggineryour asistance will be greatly appreciated, kind regards.
Thanks for the comment. It is great to hear that you are ready to start back up with fitness, and that you are interested in bodyweight exercises. Have you heard of Darebee? I suggest checking them out. They are a free, non-profit exercise website, and they have some amazing routines available for all fitness levels:
In your case, I suggest looking at their “Square One” program:
Another option that I think is great for beginners is Wii Fit U. It requires some expenses but if you are able to get it then it’s totally worth it for a beginner who is committed: https://bodyweightmax.com/what-is-wii-fit-u/
I hope this helps. Best of luck to you.