how to live longer with a stand to sit exercise

1.Stand in comfortable clothes in your bare feet, with clear space around you.

  1. Without leaning on anything, lower yourself to a sitting position on the floor.

  2. Now stand back up, trying not to use your hands, knees, forearms or sides of your legs.

The two basic movements in the sitting-rising test — lowering to the floor and standing back up — are each scored on a 1-to-5 scale, with one point subtracted each time a hand or knee is used for support and 0.5 points subtracted for loss of balance; this yields a single 10-point scale.