Hi, my name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM, and today I'm going to teach you a few exercises for your upper body if you have a broken leg. So, I'm sitting in a chair and I'm going to go ahead and grab some weights and go ahead and separate your feet so they're about hip width apart if you can do that. And then, what I'm going to have you do is do bicep curls up and you're going to do about ten. Arms out to the side, shoulders rolled back and then squeeze your bicep on the way up and also squeeze your shoulder blades together so you're in an upright position. When you're done with ten, you're going to go up to a military press. You're going to go all the way up, extend up through the arms and then right back down to about a 90-degree angle and then all the way up, keeping your core nice and tight, no pressure on your legs and you'll do about ten of these guys here. And then you can go ahead and put one of your weights down and then take your weight, extend it over your head and then you're going to do a tricep extension, taking it back, keeping those elbows in nice and tight, core is tight, rib cage is pulled in and you'll do about ten of these here. And you can do that series about three times through. Again, you can do about eight to 15 reps depending on your strength and then with your legs as far as keeping them bent, if you can't do it with your broken leg, you can extend one leg out. But then do the same with the other, extend the other one leg out as well so you're a little bit more bilateral down below. So, those are a few exercises that you can do for your upper body in a broken leg recovery. My name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM.