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High Impact Aerobic Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for High Impact Aerobic.

VIDEO: 12-Minute Low-Impact Cardio Workout

 (Scroll down to push 'play' on the video player.) About This Workout  Boost your metabolism and burn calories in this quick, 12-minute cardio excerpt from the three-DVD set, ''Keeping Fit: Cardio, Strength, Pilates.&...  Read more

VIDEO: 16-Minute Bollywood Dance Workout

Fitness star and yogi, Hemalayaa, leads you through a fun and intense cardio dance routine (see part 1 here). Jump, lunge, and shimmy your way to a slimmer waist; belly shirt optional! This excerpt is one of three routines from the ''B...  Read more

VIDEO: 20-Minute Fat Blasting Workout

    (Scroll down to push 'play' on the video player.)      About This Workout Reach your weight-loss goals with this effective, efficient 20-minute workout (plus warm-up) from the DVD "Weight...  Read more

VIDEO: 18-Minute Fat Burning Boot Camp Workout

(Scroll down to push 'play' on the video player.) About This Workout Short on time but want to get in a good sweat session? Follow along with Coach Nicole as she takes you through a fast and effective routine that combines cardio...  Read more

VIDEO: 14-Minute Cardio Dance Workout

(Scroll down to push play on the video player.) Fitness star and yogi, Hemalayaa, leads you through an intense 14-minute cardio dance routine set to a sassy bhangra beat. Jump, lunge, and shimmy your way to a slimmer waist; belly shirt optional!...  Read more

Low to no impact cardio ideas?
Updated 4/15/2014 8:24:38 AM

Due to an injury, I am stuck with low to no impact stuff right now but I don't want to get out of my grove. Ideas for cardio? I'm using teh bike and the arm bike and mixing it up with strength training and yoga right now...  Read more

High temperature cooked food concerns?
Updated 4/12/2014 9:26:05 PM

I have studied credible evidence that suggest high temperature cooked foods increase the rate we age, causes chronic inflammation, increase cancer or prostate cancer & weight gain from the accelerated of glycation. When foods that have been fried,...  Read more

How to recover from a high sodium meal
Updated 4/9/2014 1:28:12 PM

Every so often I have to go out to lunch with my co-workers. Most of the time we go to a pizza buffet place which also has a salad bar. Usually I get a salad and have two slices of pizza but even this small amount causes me to bloat big time the ne...  Read more

Low Sugar/High Protein Carrot Muffins
Updated 4/1/2014 11:29:37 AM

As a breakfast lover I have been looking for a way to make a muffin that has natural ingredients, is somewhat high in protein, has flavor and is still yummy. Not super sweet but, still good. After tweaking the Whole Foods Carrot Muffin Recipe here is...  Read more

That exercise "high"?
Updated 4/23/2014 10:01:23 AM

After 5 weeks, mine is gone. 24...  Read more

Zumba

If you have a chance to try a class, DO IT! It is so much fun...even if you are overweight...even if you have 2 left feet...even if you hate working out with other people. Everyone is too worried about what they are doing to notice you, and it is a...  Read more

Become a leader

I became a certified group fitness/aerobic instructor....  Read more

Environmentalists

Join if you care about the environment and take proactive steps to reduce your impact on the planet: recycling, organics, composting, hybrid & alternative fuel vehicles, reusable products and more!...  Read more

Cross-Training Activities for Runners

The old running adage is as follows, “in order to run, one must run”—this is commonly referred to as the Principle of Specificity of Training. In other words, in order for you to become a more efficient runner, you must spend time running. But doing...  Read more

Poll Finds More Baby Boomers Need to Get Moving

The majority of baby boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964) are reaching an age where health becomes more of a concern.  That means a healthy diet and regular exercise should be a priority to help reduce the risk of problems like heart disea...  Read more