6 Low-Impact HIIT Workouts That Won't Hurt Your Back Knees or Ankles

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Just as great as high-intensity interval training (HIIT) - accelerating cardiovascular health, exercising muscles, burning calories, helping you reduce your risk of chronic disease in record time - it has been criticized for exerting force on joints. It's time to straighten things out.

you can get a good exercise without even moving. (picture: Ben pipe photography / culture / gettyimages)

low impact and high-intensity training 6: "equal length strength super set"

now, you may know why high-intensity training does not need high impact. But, Nordquist said, you don't even need to move to start sweating with high octane numbers. This is because isometric exercise (holding the same posture for a certain period of time) is very challenging, which can make the heart move in a large range while enhancing strength, control and stability. The key to isometric exercise is to build up the whole body's tension. Another way, squeeze every muscle you have! Doing so increases muscle activity. The whole body equal length HIIT training is divided into three supersets. Each superset is composed of two exercises, which can be carried out continuously without rest. Before 30 to 90 seconds of rest, perform 3 to 4 rounds for each superset, and then move on to the next superset. [P>

  • 15 to 30 second hollow body retention
  • 60 second wall sitting
  • repeat 3 to 4 rounds
  • 30 to 90 second rest
  • 30 to 60 second side plate (15 to 30 seconds / side)

  • repeat 3 to 4 rounds

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  • 30 to 90 seconds rest