20 Low Impact Calorie Burning Exercises

WALKING UPHILL

To lose one pound every week, you have to burn 3500 calories per week. That’s 500 calories per day.  The right way to reduce calories, is to decrease food intake, and increase your exercise. Consider weight loss as a healthy lifestyle change, not a quick fix to lose a few pounds, so that you’ll look good for a special event.  The idea is to lose it, and keep it off for good through healthy eating.

TOOLS TO MONITOR YOUR WORKOUTS
To help you get an accurate calorie count, get yourself a monitor, or counter. There are simple counters that have one feature, and more complex devices that have multiple features for more feedback.  Buy only what you need.

HEART RATE MONITOR

  • Heart Rate Monitor
  • Calories Burned Monitor
  • Pedometer and Calorie Counter
  • Pedometer, Calories and Fat Burned Counter
  • Steps, Distance, Walking, Hiking, Jogging, Running Monitor

WHERE TO BUY MONITORS AND COUNTERS
http://www.pedometersusa.com

EXERCISING WITHOUT INJURY OR BOREDOM
In order to avoid repetitive stress injuries, to activate different muscle groups, and to keep your routine interesting, maintain variety in your exercise routine. Injuries aren’t fun, and boredom leads to drop out.

TEN LOW IMPACT OUTDOOR AEROBIC EXERCISES

  1. Brisk Walking Flat Terrain
  2. Uphill Walking
  3. Climbing Stairs
  4. Hiking
  5. Cross Country Skiing
  6. Snow Shoeing
  7. Boat Rowing
  8. Swimming
  9. Bicycling
  10. Kangoo Jumps

TEN LOW IMPACT INDOOR AEROBIC EXERCISES

  1. Treadmill
  2. Treadmill Incline
  3. Stair Climber
  4. Rowing Machine
  5. Elliptical Trainer
  6. Stairmaster
  7. Versa Climber
  8. Stationary Bike
  9. Water Workouts
  10. Kangoo Jumps Classes

Information in this post is educational.  It should not be used to replace medical advice from your physician, or other healthcare provider.

The exercises described in this post are informational, and not meant to replace the guidance of a personal trainer, in a live setting.  Exercises performed incorrectly may result in injury.

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Copyright 2012 Irene Pastore, and Blue Moon Personal Training

Posted on July 22, 2012, in Exercise and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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