1. Chronic cardio
If you are over 40 years old and new to exercise, you should always careful about your body, because joint and back pain are seriously in this age. According to expert tolerance training is also beneficial for bone density, muscle mass and cell health. In modern days, cardio is great for your cardiovascular system. But if you are over 40 and frequently gain in intense cardio routines, it can be difficult on your muscles, bones and health.
2. Standing toe touch
3. Press Behind Neck
This exercise must to be avoided over the age of 40, it puts you in an unnatural position that compresses neck artery. The compression of artery can cause dizziness, headache, and fainting. In most of the cases it can even result in a neck fracture as well as it is a move designed to bulk up shoulder muscles. Insted of this you can focus on flexibility with shoulder rolls, rotating outstretched arms, and pressing each arm across your body toward the opposite direction of shoulder.
5. Sit-ups crunches
Sit up and crunches is benifical for us but after age 40, it becomes harder to keep off. While sit-ups and crunches can strengthen the muscles beneath that fat, they stop do much to burn it. To slim down your waist, you can focus instead on reducing the amount of trans fat and sugar in your diet and making sure you get minimum cardio.