Turbo Chair A Fat Burner! Seated Exercise Workout (Full)

Turbo Chair A Fat Burner! Seated Exercise Workout (Full)

(techno music) – Hi this is Paul Eugene
and welcome to exercising your body and soul and spirit. Well today I’m gonna do a seated workout which I call Turbo Chair. You know I call it Turbo
Chair because it is not this slow moving chair workout. It’s full of energy
and I love that energy. I’m from the old school. I get off when we pumpin’
hard, pumpin’ fast, and the music is just
taking us to another level. Wohooo! Now listen up. If you choose to, Turbo Chair with who? Paul Eugene, remember this, have fun. Make sure you stay hydrated, and this, I do not want you to come
up to the edge of your chair because it can tilt and I
don’t want to be responsible. I don’t want you to get
hurt, alright, listen up. If anytime you feel this
intensity may be too much for you, it’s okay if you
just bring it down slow. But the point is keep moving, okay. You got to what, keep moving. So I’m ready to get this Turbo Chair workout on. We’re gonna start with our power march, that’s it. Liftin’ those legs, pumpin’ those arms. Woohoo! That’s it. You got it. Now listen up. I got a cause our heart rate to start climbing. Yup, already. I’m game. And four, three, keep this, watch me, up, up. That’s it, push it up. Up, up, that’s it. This is Turbo Chair, with Paul Eugene. Now if you don’t want to move your legs, you can just leave ’em
right there and just pump. Up, up, I give you options based on where you are health wise. Woohoo! Listen up. Give me eight more pumps. Eight, come on. Seven, six, five, four, three, two, drop your arms and march. Power march. How did you do? How did you do Lucy? Are you still pumpin’ those
arms, sitting up tall? You got it, watch me. Now we go out, in, come on. We’re on a run, that’s it come on. Are you with me? I know you are. Lets go. (laughing) Give me eight. Seven. Six, five. Four, lets go. Three, two. Hold it and power march. How did you do? Talk to me. How did you do? We’re gonna go up. Punch those arms up. Four, three, two, lets go. Eight, seven, six, five, four three, two, again. Eight, seven, six, five, four three, two, two more sets of eight. Eight, seven, six, five, four three, two, again. Eight, seven, six, five, four three, wide out and in, go. (laughing) I’m crazy. But I love it. Again come on. Wide, in, you got it. Excellent. Give me four more. Four, three, two, I lied, again. Take it out, bring it in, you got it. Ladies and gents, back
to your power march. How did you do? I mean is your heart
starting to pump pump? Oh yeah. Now here’s the picture, we
got to now take these legs in a different direction. We’re gonna heel press to the front when I say so. Is that a deal? Four, three, two, heel press, here we go. Heel, and pump it, right there. You don’t have to take
that leg way out there. Just pumpin’ those heels. And pressin’ forward. You got it. Again, come on. Oh I love it. Oh my, come on. Pump it, pump it. Again. Woohooo! Four, three, two, power march. How did you do? (laughing) I’m like, on fire. Here’s the deal, pump those arms up, yes. Legs wide and out. Yes. And then the heel presses, okay. Think of old school, high low aerobics. Four, three, two, march. Four, four, three, two, arms up. Four, three, two, wide. Four, three, two, heel press. Four, three, two, to the top. Four, three, two, press it up, come one. Four, three, two, wide. Four, three, two, heel press. You got it. March four, four, three,
two, take it up, come on. Four, three, two, wide. Uh, I love it. Heel press. Guess what, keep your power march. How did you do? Talk to me. How did you do? Now I did fine, I’m loving it. Now you keep those
power march and do what? Watch who? Paul Eugene, as you see As you see I’m lifting higher. Higher knees, come on. You got it, come on. Lift ’em up, come on. Up, up. Woohooo! I’m on fire, come on. Lift, lift. Guess what? Keep this, watch me. Out, in, out, in. And then four, three, two, one. Out, in, out, heels, come on. Uh Hee haa. Again. Uh Uh Heels. With a bicep curl. We got it goin’ on, hit it. Uh Step Uh heels. You got it. Again. Uh Wohoo. Uh Heels. Oh yeah. One more time. Uh. Uh Heels. Uh. Power march. How did you do? Am I pushing you too hard? No, I’m not pushing you enough. But listen up. When we did those out in, and the heel press, oh yeah. I got a add on. We’re gonna do a bicep
with an overhead press. It looks like this. Up and down. Up, come on push. Up, again push. Again, push. Feel the energy, push, again. Heee ha. Again. Push. Push. Come on, push. Push. Push. Push. Ladies and gents. Power march, go. How did you do? I made ya do a bicep curl with a overhead press, you got to love it. But listen up, here’s the deal. March for four, four arms up. Out wide, heel press, then up, down. You see the picture? You got it. From the top, march four. Four, three, two, arms up. Four, three, two, wide. Four, three, two heel press. Four, three, two bicep overhead press. Up, that’s it, up, two more. Woohoo! From the top, power march. Four, three, two, press it up come on. four, three, two wide, uh I love it. Heel press. Oh yeah. Bicep overhead. Uh. Uh, two more. Guess what, power march right here. How did you do? Talk to me. How did you really do? Are you still pumping? Are you in those legs. I’ll give you options. Hands will stay here,
just lifting those legs. Working those quads, come on lift, lift, come on lift. Again, lift, lift Lift. Power march right here. How do those legs feel? Those quads? I told you. I’m gonna have a fun
time with my Turbo Chair. Oh yes. I feel something fresh coming on. Guess what, you’re gonna keep this. See how I’m going up and back, uh huh. But that’s not where I want us to be. I’m praying that you’re ready for the next move. It goes like this. One, two, three, four, five six, seven, eight, come on. One, two, three, four, five six, seven, eight, come on. One, two, three, four, five six, seven, eight, come on. One, two, three, four, five six, power march here. How did you do? Woohoo! I’m on fire, I told you. I love Turbo Chair. Can we go back to those power punches? Ready, lets go. Eight, seven, six, five, four three, two, again. Eight, seven, six, five, four three, two, again. Eight, seven, six, five, four three, two, last set. Eight, seven, six, five, four three, two, power march. How did you do? Talk to me. How did you do? I told ya. Not your grandma’s chair workout. Just teasing. Let me tell you something. I’m a grandpa. Oh yeah. I’m 61. But I’m still moving. Whooo! Here’s the deal. Everything from the top. That’s right. The four power marches, the out wides, the press ups, the heel presses. The punches. Are you ready? Power march. Four, three, two, wide. I mean up. Four, three, two wide. Four, three, two heel press. Four, three, bicep overhead, go. Up, down, up, down. Up, down, power march for four. Four, three, two punch. Uh, uh, uh. From the top, four. Four, three, two press it up come on. Woohooo! And wide. Oh yeah. Heel press. Got it, we got it. Overhead press, up, up, bam. Two more. Bam, punch it. Four, three, two, from the top. Power march, go. Four, three, two wide. Wooohooo! Heel press. Uh, I love it. Bicep overhead. Up, bam, punch. Uh, uh. Come on. Uh, uh. Again. Uh, uh, uh just power march right here. How are ya? How’s that heart rate? Isn’t it up there? Are you still moving? Still pumping. You got to move, listen up. I’m gonna give you a
little breather, okay. I think. No, I don’t think it’s
time for a breather yet. But guess what, it’s time to, oh yeah. Woohooo! I hear that energy calling
and it wants to take and it wants to take me higher, and all we’re gonna do is a chair jack. That’s right, it’s gonna
be moving, burning fat, burning calories, are you game? Are you ready? Four, three, two we go. Up, that’s it, jack, that’s it. Uh, Come on, uh. Uh, uh. That’s it, uh. Uh, again, uh. Uh, come on, uh. You got it in you. Come on push it Sally, come on Mary. Four, three, two power march. Did I take you higher? Did I take you higher? Oh yeah. How’s that heart rate again? Is it up there? Listen up. I wanna take us higher again. Oh yes. Woohoo! I feel a jack attack coming on. Guess what, four, three, two here we go. Up, slow, up, pull. Play with the, music. Right there. Catch your breath. Your breather, guess what, it’s gonna speed up. Yes. That’s it. Stay there. Come on. Can I take us higher? Can I take us higher? Talk to me. Can I take us higher? You can do one arm. Oh yeah. You can do two arms. Guess what, woohooo! Here we go. Uh. Uh. Come on, uh. Uh, come on, uh. Uh Uh Uh, power march. How did you do? Did I work you? It’s all about exercising your body, your soul, and your spirit. Listen up. When your body wants to give up. You got to exercise your will. Your spirit. To go, four, three, two jack, go. Eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two. Ha Ha, Power March right here How Was That? I love it. Now just for a breather. We’re gonna take your legs out, out, in. Okay. Right here. I call this a breather. Oh yes. But you know what, I feel something coming
on that’s gonna work that core. Oh yes. Now, don’t get frightened. Cause I’m gonna take us higher. Out of that comfort zone. But before I do, I have an idea. We’re gonna do a lat
pullback with our legs alternating on the chair, and some rotator cuffs,
we got it all going on. Four, three, two we go. Back, in, with the rhythym. Oh yeah. I call this our breather. Catch your breath, that’s it, again, pull it back, back, back, back, again, back, back, back, jack now go. Wooohooo! Oh yeah. Come on. Again, I love it. Wooohooo! Haha. Again, push up. Legs out, arms up. Again. Four, three, two, power march right here. How did you do? At this junction I want you to rate your workout if you feel that you’re working out between a one oh yes, and a three, that’s a light or beginner’s workout, but if you feel that you’re working out between a four and a seven, that’s the medium or ideal range,
but if you feel you’re working out between a eight and a 10, that’s a high or advanced range. If you can’t say high
Paul without choking, you need to bring it down. Listen up, I think it’s time for me to bring you in to our next move. Okay. Elbows here, we go. Eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two switch. We’re like sweeping the floor, elbow to knee, four, three, two switch, come on. Eight, seven, six, five four, three, two switch. Eight, seven, six, five four, three, two switch. Eight, seven, six, five four, three, two switch. Eight, seven, six, five four, three, two jack go. Eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, One, again Eight, come on, seven, six, five, four, three, two, power march right here. How did you do? I’m having such a blast. And what about you? Do I have to come and do CPR? I hope not, cause I don’t want to. But guess what, can we work these abs? Uh huh, a different way. Four, three, two we go. Down, up, down, up. Down, up, down, up. Down Up Down Up, Down Up, Down Up This is your breather, right there. Crunch it, crunch it. Come on, crunch. Crunch, crunch, crunch. Again, crunch, crunch, crunch, power march here. How did you do? You know what I feel? Those other abs, knee up, elbow to the knee. Ready, lets go. Eight, seven, six, five four, three, two switch. Eight, seven, six, five four, three, two switch, go. Eight, seven, six, five four, three, two switch. Eight, seven, six, five four, three, two crunch. Eight, oh yeah. Seven, six, five, four, three, two, power march here. How are ya? This is just Paul Eugene
exercising my body, my soul, my spirit, in the chair. Listen up, are you ready? We fin to take a flight. Oh yeah. Here’s what I want you to do. Take this and take it wide right here. Now, I’m gonna do some lower extremities, oh yeah. We’re gonna work those legs. We’re gonna do what, power kicks. Your’re saying’ Paul where you going? Nowhere, just having fun. Exercising my body, my
soul, and my spirit. Now this time I give you
permissions just to come up a little bit in your chair. In four, three, two right here. Just a tiny little bit. I want you to grab the side
of the chair for support, we’re gonna go, eight, come on, seven, six, five, four, three, two again. Come on, eight, seven, six, five, Five, four, three Two, March It Right Here You’re looking good. How did you do? Here’s the picture, we’re gonna go out, and out, and out, and we’re gonna kick. Four, three, two Again, four, three, two again. Come on, four, three, two last time. Four, three, two out, out. How was that? How was that? How was that? Can we roll it. Oh yeah. See we’re doing a combo
exercise right here. We’re moving our legs, moving our arms, using our brain, thinking, come on. Give me four, three, I’m ready. Kick it, right here. Eight, seven, looking good, six, five, four, three, two, power march here. Well I had fun working with you in the chair in my Turbo Chair workout. But guess what? I think I have time for one last push. Oh yeah. We’re gonna use these feet. We’re gonna take it right to left, right here. Bam Bam, bam. Bam, bam. Bam, bam. march it right here. How did you do? You’re looking good. Well I’m gonna start bringing us down. But can we do those little chair side to side jumps one last time. Here we go. Looking good. Looking good. Looking good. Come on, four, three, and two, march it right here. Well lets come down. So here’s the deal. This time we just step out, in, out, in, push, pull, push, pull. Step out, out, out slow push and pull. Push, pull, push, pull. Step to the side out. Come on. Yeah. Yeah. Slow push. Push, pull, push, pull. Push, pull, hold it right here. Now here’s what I want you to do. arms alongside the chair. Take up and inhale, exhale, oh yeah one more time. Keep jumping. Oh yeah. Bring it down, listen up. Little wider stance. Wider stance. Hands on the thighs, pivot from the front. Flat back stretch. Hold it right here, for four, three, two Roll It Up Right Here For four, three, shoulders down and back. Step the legs in. Arms out, up. Bring them shoulder height. Contract your abs. Swoop in, give yourself a hug. Rotate those hips. Oh yeah and guess what. Open the arms up, march right here. Well that was it. I had a fun time with Turbo Chair. Remember this, you are amazing person just as you are. Paul Eugene is out of here. Woohooo! Oh yeah owloooo Laughing

86 Replies to “Turbo Chair A Fat Burner! Seated Exercise Workout (Full)

  1. Wow! This works!! I have dealt with knee pain and I've been referring to your videos from time to time, but this is the best one. Thanks!!

  2. Paul Eugene you are so much fun and full of energy, thanks so much I'm getting fit and losing this weight.

  3. Thank you so much Paul! I have a torn meniscus in my knee and it keeps me off the elliptical because of the pain. After finding your video, I can work out without the stress on my knee! You Rock!!

  4. Nice job, Paul! I'm a runner with a knee injury, and I had fun (and worked up a sweat) doing your workout this morning! 🙂

  5. I've got screws in spine, had lost the ability to walk the side effect is spinal stenosis. No cartilage in right knee. Numbness in feet as result of spinal surgery. My balance is horrible. So your workouts are a gift! I did 19 minutes today, haven't been able to do cardio in 4 yrs. Starting lifestyle change and this workout makes me unstoppable. My faith says yes you can! To you 🌟🌟🌟💕

  6. Day 2 did entire 30 mins! With GOD and your workout it's saving my life. Endorphins are go! Thank you🌟

  7. Love it! I have osteoarthritis in both knees. I never thought I could get a great cardio workout in a chair. Amazing. I'm still sweating… You're great Eugene.

  8. Injury has me unable to do regular land exercises like I use too . Although I'm injured I still need a little more of a workout than some videos I've found. Thank u so much for the great sweat/workout!! The music choice helps too. 💛💛💛😀😀Hope to see more !!

  9. "I told you". lol. I love how you make this fun! 61?? no way! Thanks for this, I had gotten bored with exercise, but you've inspired me. ( you put some hot sauce on my work out, lol ) GOD BLESS!

  10. To: Paul and his subs, ( I haven't been doing this particular one for very long ) Paul do you think this will tone my legs? Did any of Paul's subs get toning of their legs with this?

  11. Definitely got the heart rate up and was easy to modify to make it more intense. Thanks for this cardio seated workout!

  12. Paul, I’m a 66 year old female and have worked out most of my life. I grew up with polio which, among other things, game me severe osteoporosis. In May 2017 I fractured my fibula on the polio side. And while it healed, it eventually caused a fracture the inside if the talus bone in that same ankle. I’ve been in a walking boot now for 2 months, and doc says probably 2 more. No weight bearing exercise! I’ve found numerous chair exercises on YouTube. Then I found this one, and OhMy Gosh! I’m finally sweating and feeling like I’m getting just as an intense workout as I used to! So THANK YOU and many, many blessings to you and your family.

  13. This was a awesome workout I will be posting this link on Facebook in my weight loss group Totally awesome

  14. Great work, I burned 234 calories in 30mins. I was looking for a workout for my husband, he is wheelchair bound and diabetic and I am not. We will do this workout together. He is 48 and I am 47. Thank you so much.

  15. Thank you so much for this work out Paul! I have Fybromyalgia and can't do heavy sports cause of fatigue. This is a real work out that makes me sweat!

  16. Hello Mr. Eugene. I absolutely love you! Your amazing spirit is an inspiration. I deeply appreciate your classes and have so much fun practicing them. Keep up the fantastic work! Peace & Richest Blessings to you.

  17. Thank you so much for your chair videos – I have back problems and arthritis and can not stand or walk for more than a few minutes at a time, but your routines are so much fun I power through (with a few groans) with smiles and sweat and afterward I feel wonderful that I can still work out! P.S. I love your latin salsa to add a little spice in my rotation!

  18. Thanks this was a great workout . I had 5lb hand weights just for a little extra . I love your workout and vibrant personality !

  19. You are fantastic Paul. I notice your TapOut T shirt. I am a TapOut fan. Thanks for sharing your videos, I use some of your ideas in my classes. 🙂

  20. I suffer debilitating depression. Much weight gained. Almost 70 yrs old. Can't hang with the regular workouts. Your videos are a Godsend for me to claw my way out of this. Thank you and God bless!

  21. Achilles tendinitis Jan–June and now knee pain and swelling. Thank you for helping stay fit while working through these injuries. For me this is a life saver.

  22. I am recovering from a meniscus tear and wanted a more intense seated cardio workout that would help me maintain my fitness regimen. This is the BEST workout I have found that helps me accomplish this since I received my injury a month ago. THANK YOU for such an AWESOME seated cardio workout! LOVE IT!!!

  23. This was good Paul though I am 71 your enthusiasm made me move…do not how long I moved …could you add a timer it has been ages since I moved like this did two of your other videos it was short perhaps 10 mins but this one was longer ….thanks Paul you have made grandmas feel good steady and with energy Malaysia

  24. Thank you so much for this Paul, a big God bless to you. Today you made my day when I realised I shouldn't be missing my brisk walks. This is equally good. I am 57 and have bad knees. Thanks once again. Please share some videos for shoulder and upper back too.

  25. I love it! I'm off my feet for a while but still want a good workout. Paul's energy is awesome and this workout is just as challenging as some that I do standing up! Maybe even more so. It will stay in my rotation even once I'm better. Thanks Paul!

  26. I have arthritis in both knees and waiting on double knee replacement. It's hard finding an exercise you can do seated that also challenges you. First go at this I did 16 minutes and then got all the way through. It's now one of my favourite workouts and I love your humanity Paul. Thank you!

  27. I’m so glad I found your channel. You’re just what I needed for a good winter workout. I don’t like pushing my chair in the cold so this is a great alternative. Thank you. Move more, eat less. 😉

  28. This guy is amazing. I'm 50 with patella femur pain syndrome and have problems with my knees. Believe it or not, I was so pumped by his energy that I ditched the chair haha I will definitely incorporate this into my workout. I plan to use hand weights next time and I'll also be looking for more of his workouts.

  29. Omg this. Workout.kick my butt lol love it god bless more video plz i was like chair work out is for me to. Have a rest day boy was i wrong lol

  30. Yooh ..Paul Thank you and God bless you..for this workout ..Im suffering from knee athritis ..all this time i was un able to exercise..Today i felt great cause this exercise are safe on my knees I dont feel pain at all thank you..

  31. I am a Veteran I broke both ankles. Sense breaking my ankles and the surgeries I now have none diabetic neuropathy. Please make more chair full body workouts video with adding in a band workout. Thank you for the full workout video. I have shared your video on VETryk FB page.

  32. You are a God sent!! I love this!! I thought my workout days were over due to fribromyelgia and osteoarthritis in both of my knees. I'm back thanks to you!! I love you're energy!!

  33. This is good Eugene. I did this routine on my Swiss Ball. Let me know when you come out with an Advanced class.

  34. Thanks so much for this video, Paul. Currently I have a pulled muscle in my foot, so am unable to do my usual aerobic exercise: walking. I was putting on weight, and did not know how to get aerobic exercise to burn the calories, until I came across your video. I would not have believed I could have raised my heartbeat and breathing rate just by doing sit-down exercises. You are doing us all a great service, and you are fun and encouraging in your energy.

  35. Thank you! I started crying when I saw your video. In a good way. Docs have told me that I have a neurological problem. No diagnosis, yet. I am not able to go for walks like I used to. I have been sedentary for awhile and it is starting to take a toll on me both mentally and physically. This is my first time watching your video and, needless to say, I was not able to keep up for the entire video BUT! I will be back 🙂 It feels so good to get my heart rate and breathing pumped up again.

  36. Hi, my diagnosis is SpinalBifida. I'm so glad that I found your video today because after my workout I felt so accomplished especially since the last time I was in shape was back in 2006 after I had my daughter. She is 13 now. Lol! Just know that your videos are helping those in communities who cannot afford a personal trainer and can workout in home. Thank you for your contribution to those of us in the disabled and elderly community. Be blessed and much love.

  37. wow, that workout was tougher than my most difficult standing low impact cardio workouts. Great, fun routine, Paul. Your enthusiasm is infectious. Loved every minute of it. And ouch, I definitely worked some muscles that have been slacking! about to have a second hip replaced so I'll be coming back to this a whole lot!

  38. i know this is 2 yrs ago but its new to me. just completed this chair routine with u. u have soooooo much energy, I LOVE IT!!!! I love how I can never get bored working out with your videos. This is Shereese from OHIO 🙂

  39. Thank You Paul Eugene from Our exercise class at Weavers of Love in Kingsville, Texas . We love your Chair workout and we are all losing weight and on our way to better health. Your videos are so much fun !!

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