This chapter will provide some general tips for caregivers. Keep your cues simple, give adequate time to process information and more tips like these!
Choose this chapter if you are unable to complete the exercises safely in sitting or standing due to instability or limited upright activity tolerance. Jenny will demonstrate all 7 exercises from lying down.
Choose this chapter if you are new to completing the LSVT BIG exercises from lying down or need a review. You will learn some tips on completing the exercises in this supine position. If you have watched it previously, feel free to skip this intro and go straight to the Volume 2, Chapter 4 for […]
Chapter 2 features all 7 of the exercises adapted to be completed in the seated position. This is for people who have limited standing tolerance or balance impairment who can safely exercise in sitting.
Are you new to using the LSVT BIG Homework Helper Volume 2? If so, please watch this introduction. Volume 2 features the maximal daily exercises in seated and lying down positions as well as a chapter on caregiver tips. If you have watched it previously, feel free to skip this intro and go straight to […]
Are you new to using the LSVT BIG Homework Helper Volume I? If so, please watch this introduction. If you have watched it previously, feel free to skip this intro and go straight to the chapter below which is best for you.
Chapter 2 features the exercises in their standard format. The first two exercises are in sitting, and the other five are done in standing without holding onto anything for support. This is for people who have good balance and can safely exercise in standing without holding onto anything.
Choose this chapter if you have mild balance difficulties. Jenny will do the first two exercises in sitting, and will hold onto a chair for all five standing exercises.
Are you ready for an extra challenge? What chapter 4 to get some ideas on how to take your LSVT BIG exercises to the next level!
Do not just “think BIG” during your exercises. Use your BIGGER and better movement all of the time throughout the day. Here are some tips and reminders for you!