After bariatric surgery you’re preparing for a new chapter in your life. A chapter that includes healthy eating choices and regular exercise, resulting in a new and improved you. There are a variety of different exercises that you can do while you’re recovering from bariatric surgery. As you progress, you will be able to add more challenging exercises to your workout routine.
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Low Impact Exercises (2 weeks after surgery)
For the first couple weeks after surgery you should focus on your recovery before beginning your exercise routine. Once you feel up to it
you can begin completing low impact exercises such as: Sitting Exercises, Shoulder Rolls, Leg Lifts, Arm Rotations, Walking Program Etc.
Cardio and Strength Training
By one month after surgery you should be able to start some more challenging post bariatric surgery exercises. Make sure to go at your own pace. Here are a couple effective low impact cardio exercises: cycling, water aerobics, yoga, treadmill workouts
Strength training is an excellent exercise addition after bariatric surgery (after 12 weeks). Strength training allows you to build muscle, burn more calories, and improve balance. After 12 weeks post surgery you can begin strength training at least 3 times a week.
Bariatric Options: Medical Form
• Gastric Balloon
• Lap Band
• Mini Gastric Bypass
• Full Gastric Bypass
• Gastric Sleeve
• Gastric Plication Surgery
• Conversion or Revision Surgery
• Duodenal Switch Surgery
Much success in your journey.
International Patient Facilitators – Cancun and Tijuana, Mexico
On behalf of Dr. Sergio Verboonen
1 800 210 5124
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