Low impact workouts

Get ready to challenge your body (regardless of your level of fitness)

If you are a beginner, are returning after a long break (from fitness) or are feeling tired after a long day at work, I have the right low-impact workouts for you. If you like to work out at home these are perfect as they don't involve any jumping. Keep in mind, some exercise is ALWAYS better than no exercise! If you engage regularly you will benefit, and just because they are low-impact does NOT mean they won't be challenged.  

Commit to your goal, commit to your health and challenge yourself.

 

1.Video: 6 different sets of exercises. You choose how many repetitions and how many rounds you want to engage in. I give you suggestions, and if you follow along with me, you'll get a great full body workout, working especially your glutes, delts and abs. Total workout time: under 25 minutes.

What will you choose: to watch a sitcom or to feel your body? If you have been working at the office all day you might have used your brain; don't you think it's time to use your muscles as well? With proper warm up and cool down you'll receive a full body workout in under 35 min. 

2.& 3. Video: Both can be a full body workout in itself OR you can include it in your running routine. It gives you a NICE, much needed break from your standard, same paced jogging routine. 

Each video contains 5 different sets of exercises using ONLY the BENCH. Video 3 is a bit more challenging than video 2. You choose how many repetitions and how many rounds you want to engage in. I give you suggestions, and if you follow along with me, you'll get a great full body workout, working especially your legs, glutes, delts and abs. Total workout time: 20-45 minutes (based on your number of rounds).

What will you choose: to continue running at the same pace or to change things up a bit, to challenge your body, and to change your condition? With proper warm up and cool down you'll receive a full body workout in less time then it takes to order a pizza or take-out food.

4. Video: It can be a workout in itself (try something different) or you can include some of the exercises as part of your workout. The video contains 20 different exercises you can do in combination with an inch worm. If you have done the inch worm you know it hits nearly every muscle in your body. These 20 are just  suggestions; many more options are available. Be sure you are warmed up thoroughly; in case of hamstring tightness, bend your legs (at your knees).

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