1. Timed Recovery
2. Proper form is power
Not only are you reducing the amount of unnecessary stress your body is taking, with the proper form you also engage the right muscles. Making your exercise routine more efficient and effective.
And by the way, the more muscles you use the more calories you burn.
Most low impact exercises don't need heavy equipment. Sure, most times body weight training is enough. But the right equipment can boost your program’s results
Treadmills, free-weights or even skip ropes make mundane exercises more challenging.
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4. Who won the rabbit or the turtle?
The beauty of low impact exercise is that you’re training your body at a steady pace. Once you think your routine is too easy, increase the difficulty of your exercise.
Be careful not to get too comfortable. Getting comfortable leads to plateauing. And once you've plateaued, it's harder to see progress.
Remember, slow and steady wins the race.
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5. Low doesn't mean low
Low impact doesn't mean low quality. When done right, low impact exercises are just as effective as high impact exercises.
Remember, the only difference is the stress it puts on your joints. Both are equally effective. What matters more is how your goals look like.
Keep these steps in mind and see how effective low impact exercise can be.