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Intermediate Exercise Videos

Before starting any exercise routine, talk with your Physician and /or Physical Therapist to decide if you are currently able to perform these exercises. Your professional medical team will be able to determine the frequency and reptitions you need to enhance your ability to become stronger and mobile. We want you to progress, but our biggest desire is that you are safe. 

Exercise for lower extremity amputees

Hip Flexer Strengthening


by Cindi Asch-Martin, CPT & Fitness Coach

Video by Personal Affects

Step Up's


Leg Strengthening


by Cindi Asch-Martin, CPT & Fitness Coach

Video by Personal Affects

Carol A. Miller, PT, PhD, GCS

Physical Therapy Department Chair

University of North Georgia
Board Certified Specialist in Geriatrics


Doctor Miller is teaching at an Amputee Coalition of America, Limb Loss Educational Day.  Atlanta Ga. 2011.

Video provided by ACoC

How to strengthen your leg muscles. This will help to build up your thigh muscles as well as your inner thigh muscles. Designed especially for lower extremity amputees.

Video by Personal Affects

Amputee Exercise - Bosu Exercise - Above Knee  - On Medicine Ball


Exercise for amputees that helps improve core (low back & abdominal muscles) strength and improve overall balance and body awareness. Also, helps the amputee begin to use their residual limb in stabilizing their upper body. This is a more advanced version of the previous amputee exercise with Bosu ball with head turns and yes closed.

Video by Advanced Prosthetics Center

Abled Amputees of America, Advanced Prosthetics or Personal Affects is not responsible for any injury that occurs for those who try these exercises. We highly recommend, before starting any exercise program, the user get approval from his/her MD. 

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