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Calorie Burning Low Impact Cardio Workout for Beginners – Recovery Cardio Workout with No Jumping

June 27, 2016 - Comment

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MzParka says:

This was easy on my knees. I’m usually in severe knee pain after doing an
intense workout so even though I want to burn the calories, I need to take
it easy. This workout was great. I hope that keep coming up with more high
calorie burn low impact workouts so my body doesn’t get used to this one.
Thanks!

FitnessBlender says:

+MzParka Hey happy to hear this worked for you! In terms of keeping your
body and mind guessing, we have many workouts like this one & you can
actually search by “low impact” on our site. Check out this list:
http://www.fitnessblender.com/videos?keywords=&minlength=0&maxlength=0&minburn=0&maxburn=0&trainingtype%5B%5D=10

imaminxkitty says:

thanks for reminding me to breathe.

imaminxkitty says:

+EXO TRASH +iFlyUp​
ahhh yeah!

BTS TRASH says:

Not the only kpop fan here 🙈

Mohammed Wakeel says:

can boys do this wprkouts?

Amiel De Sotto says:

i did it and i will do it again.

Jaz Miah says:

+Psychotic Rainbowz That can be true in some cases, but definitely not for
me, u have to maintain, doing the 5th round now and seriously I couldn’t
even touch my knees and now I can touch my toes! 🙂

ItsMeChloeG says:

I was 210 pounds at my heaviest and now I’m 155(ish), all thanks to your
workouts!! I haven’t worked out in a bit so thought I’d restart with a
beginner workout and this was the perfect one for me. It worked my body but
didn’t make me overtired. Thank you!

Lemah Safi says:

how? ??😮😮

astrangerstill says:

+Ezcore G Congrats! That’s really impressive.

Ezcore G says:

+Elizabeth Smith With FB 8 week fat loss program in January 1st 2015 I went
from 200 pounds to 144 pounds March 1st 2016. However thats a long goal I
went from 200 pounds to 160 pounds in just 4 months with FB 8 week fat loss
program x2 (so 16 weeks). Just gotta stay committed to workout 30 minutes a
day 5-6 days a week.

Elizabeth Smith says:

Also, did you do this for a month, or long?

Bea Jose says:

I’ve tried to do this a couple of times and I couldn’t even get half way. I
got too lazy or too tired to do it. I tried again today and I was thinking
of quitting again but I said no. This time I have to finish this and I did.
I finally finished a work out. I want to try and keep this up because not
only is it healthier, it is also very fulfilling to see the workout
complete. :D

Mary's Cooking says:

+S’chn T’gai Spock such an inspirational reply

S'chn T'gai Spock says:

+Bea Jose Be nicer to yourself.
If you’re doing this and you feel like stopping, try to make it to the end
of a set and then, do it. Hit pause and stop. Take a moment to get your
breath, then get a big glass of cold water, go outside and sit in the cool
air (if it is cool outside, if not sit in front of a fan or something to
get a breeze-sensation).
While you’re sitting there, congratulate yourself on what you did
accomplish (you got up and exercised when you could have done nothing, that
is *something* and you deserve to give yourself credit for it!). Think
about how you took a step today in the right direction. Think about how the
body works, and know (you can google this) that every time you exercise,
you make it just a bit easier on yourself for next time. Be proud of your
decision *and action* in making yourself healthier. Think about future-you,
living a healthy life down the road. think of how good it will feel when
you can go for longer without stopping, and how healthy you’ll be when that
happens, and be proud that you took another step towards that goal today.
When you don’t feel tired anymore, consider trying again. Exercise is
cumulative, and your body doesn’t how many breaks you take, the end result
is the same, so you can pick up right where you left off after a nice long,
refreshing break and get the same long-term benefits as if you hadn’t
stopped (spread out over a longer span of time, that’s all.) You might find
that you’re energized to try again.

If not, do NOT beat yourself up. Be proud of what you’ve done, congratulate
yourself on every effort you take, and every time you keep trying. Stopping
isn’t failure, failure is not starting again. As long as you keep trying,
pick it back up again, you are successful. TREAT YOURSELF LIKE IT. Be PROUD
of your accomplishments. As long as you are doing your best, you are doing
enough, and no one can expect more than that of anyone. Plants thrive on
sunshine, but people thrive on love, so always cherish yourself, and you’ll
always continue to grow.

P.S. I hope you don’t mind but I’m going to C+P this in the comments
generally, because after looking at some of the other comments, it seems
you’re not the only one who needs to hear this. I hope this doesn’t bother
you… Love yourself.

imaminxkitty says:

If you’re just starting to work out, look up dance routines. From your
favorite artist (makes it even more fun) they’re fun and you keep wanting
to learn more so you don’t stop, then if you feel you’re ready beginner
work outs like this are so much easier. good luck and I hope you meet your
goal!

4rosegirl1 says:

Day 1 only got through half it. Took one day break as I was really sore.
Day 2 did the whole thing!

Eisenbesen says:

thanks for this great and easy workout! I do not really do much sports so I
am pretty unfit und realized that I am gaining pounds without controll. so
I started with this workout here and I am beat! but I made it through ;:)
how often do you recommend me to repeat this routine over a week??

Ni Tô says:

I didn’t quite get the calories bar on the right corner????Can anyone
explain me (excuse my English)

Kimberly Adams says:

+Ni Tô No problem! ^^

Ni Tô says:

+Kimberly Adams ohhhhhhh thank you very much

Kimberly Adams says:

+Ni Tô
Yeah, I explained. It’s a range, because not everyone burns calories at the
same rate. For example, while doing the same exercise, someone might be
working hard and burn 45 calories, while someone who isn’t working as hard
might burn 21 calories.

Ni Tô says:

+Kimberly Adams Thanks very much but it have 2 kind of number eg: 021-045
what are those????

Kimberly Adams says:

It let you know throughout the whole thing an estimation of the calories
you burned. And it gave you a range depending on how hard you worked. Hope
this helps you understand! ^^

Allie Rosenheim says:

I can’t wait to do this workout! Starting February 1st I will be doing this
workout at least 1 time a day for a week! Who’s with me? 🙌🔥

Sans from undertale says:

me

asianrauhl says:

how has it been?

Leedah8 says:

+Allie Rosenheim Don’t forget!

sam kamelass says:

I have a friend who has almost never exercised and just recently is
attempting to quit her almost decade long, heavy smoking habit. This video
is absolutely perfect for her. I have moved up from your guys’ easier
cardio videos to your HIIT workouts, and I love how much my body has
changed. I have recently lost 37 pounds, and at 22, I’ve amazingly never
felt better in my life! Keep up the awesome work guys, and Kelli, the shape
you’re in is inspirational! By the way, I would love if you guys would
suggest what shorter workouts you have may pair well with others so I (we)
can do maybe a couple in one day and get more of a variety.

Sue Lopez says:

Did you eat healthier? And to lose the weight did you only do these cardio
workouts ?

Waddya Tawkin says:

I have viewed quite a few sites for my own personal work out plan. I
always come back to you guys. I love all your videos, because of low
impact on some (bad knees), the verbal direction is clear & concise & keeps
me working out correctly, so I don’t hurt myself. I think you are the best
for beginners to start with & to keep coming back too. I truly appreciate
it, thank you very much.

shirophoenix01 says:

If I can’t do push ups, planks or any exercise that requires strenuous
activity to the shoulders how can I modify in the push ups section or in
any section where the shoulder is highly used? I have a rotator cuff injury
and am currently going to physical therapy for it but I am also over weight
(190 at 5’1) and really want to lose weight. I was advised by my therapist
to do cardio thus I found this vid and I like the routine, i think it’s
something I can go through and stick to. Any good advise welcome :)

Jenni J says:

A good way to modify pushups is to put your hands against a wall, step back
a tad, and just do a ‘pushup’ against the wall. It’s definitely easier that
way. I hope this helps and good luck to you in your health and fitness
journey 🙂

Kimberly Adams says:

Wow; I love it! I had to push myself, yet it was just easy enough that I
didn’t stop. This is really great, and I wanna do one like this every day.
Thanks!

Ranesha Gilbert says:

So happy I was able to successfully complete this

Reony Tonneyck says:

Her pants are glowing. literally 😄

Kaisey Foltz says:

I’m a naturally thin person and am really good at core and other strength
exercises. I decided that I needed to step it up and add in cardio even
though it’s something I hate with a passion. Being that I’m not in “cardio
shape” this workout was challenging for me. I know this is an old video,
but I appreciate there being beginner workouts. Everything else I’ve
searched for has been HIIT and that is NOT beginner friendly. Gonna keep
doing these beginner videos until they’re no longer challenging and hope
one day I can move up to HIIT routines!

boboevolution says:

I finished (barely) and I’m finally realizing how out of shape I am since I
never work out.

Emily K. says:

Loved this. It was so relaxing but still got a bit of sweat out of me!

Mizzcutieboo says:

if im starting to find this easy what should i move onto next

Veronica Caria says:

I did this for the first time today and I finished it! Some exercises were
a bit difficult for me, but I tried to do them anyway. I’m so happy😊😊
(sorry for my bad English everyone😂)

Lalusful says:

+Veronica Caria That is the best english could get , my dear!

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