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6 Amazing Workout With Low-Impact To Burn Calories

Looking for a workout of low intensity that will still burn calories? These alternatives to the exercise could be just what you are looking for.

6 Amazing Workout With Low-Impact To Burn Calories

Looking for a workout of low intensity that will still burn calories? These alternatives to the exercise could be just what you are looking for.

For hours, you don't have to slave away in the gym or finish your workout as a red, sweaty, disheveled mess to properly burn those calories and workout. If you're not in a highly rigorous exercise, then more moderate workouts such as Tai Chi, yoga, or even water exercise can all offer a low-intensity alternative, while making a serious dent in your calorie burn count. 

1.Water Working-out

Choosing to take your workout to the water can be a great workout and ideal for people who just start out in fitness or work their way back after an injury. There is a range of choices, from a complete aqua aerobic workout to treadmills underwater – it's just about being involved, but in the water.

Water workouts do not drive you as hard as terrestrial activities because water pressure aids digestion, not making the heart work as hard, but the fairly gentle exercise is a nice way to work without exerting too much pressure on the joints. Plus, water exercise can be a fun and exciting alternative to your regular bog treadmill, particularly in classes!

The water supports your body weight (up to 85%), reducing the effect on your joints and making it ideal for people of any age, size, or level of fitness. The amount of calories burned depends on the water density – the deeper the water, the more calories you consume, the more energy it takes to drive your body mass through the water. On average, about 200 calories should burn for a half-hour session in the pool – and even more, if you apply additional weights to your body.

2.Tai-Chi Workout

Tai Chi does not appear as the most demanding of workouts at first glance, but the fluid succession of slow and graceful movements can be a great calorie burner. Tai Chi is an exercise with as little effect as you can find, but a half-hour session will burn 140 calories on average.

When managed properly, Tai-chi significantly increases the heart rate (up to about 60 percent maximum) – enough to be classified as moderate exercise, without the toll that the gym and other sports can have on your muscles and joints. But these are not the only benefits tai-chi embodies, as through this relatively slow-paced workout, strength, fitness, flexibility, concentration, and balance all improve. And the best thing of all is that Tai Chi can be done almost anywhere, anytime.

3. Get the Skates on

In-line skating is a perfect low-impact exercise that some reports have indicated offers the same aerobic activity intensity as pushing a stationary bike or even riding it. The calorie burn will depend on your height, the effort you put in, and the route you take, but it is estimated that more than 200 calories will burn for half an hour of skating. Inline skating builds muscles in the whole upper leg, rear end, hip, and lower back. Muscles in the upper arms and shoulders are also developed when the arms are swung back and forth while skating, and only by swinging more vigorously can you increase the calorie burn.

Put on some fun tunes and take a ride back to the nineties as you skate away from the fat! Skating is a fun addition to your fitness arsenal, and is perfect for both cardio and muscle exertion, without being too strenuous or spectacular. Due to the gentler impact with the ground, skating is known to be less arduous on joints, perfect if you suffer from any problems that may be exacerbated by running and cycling, yet still get the heart pumping.


Swimming offers a perfect cardiovascular exercise and is good for everyone because it is non-load bearing with the water that cushions the joints when swimming. Breaststroke is the lowest intensity stroke and as such consumes fewer calories – about 180 calories for a half-hour session – but it's a stroke that typically helps you to swim faster and hence burn more calories from a faster session.

Breaststroke extends your lungs, strengthens your chest muscles, inner thighs, arms, triceps, legs and hamstrings – and some even swear that it raises your breasts' capacity! Swimming is a perfect way to change your workouts and have fun on burning calories as a perfect whole-body exercise without the joint effect. If you want to swim other strokes to maximize calorie burning then half an hour of swimming consumes the following: freestyle / front crawl – 300 calories; backstroke – 240 calories; and butterfly – 450 calories.

5.Yoga Poses

Yoga is not only perfect for improving your strength, endurance, muscle tone, and stress reduction, it's also a fantastic calorie burner. It can be modified to accommodate any level of fitness, consisting of a series of deep-breathing movements and 'positions' which are held for a fixed period of time. A standard half-hour session is around 200 calories burning. Good for calming you down when paired with other higher intensity activities, yoga is a perfect exercise for increasing strength, burning calories, and an entire body muscle workout.

And the best thing is that if you're really pressed for time, you can do a yoga workout with working up too much of a sweat which is awesome. If you want to try intense yoga to burn even more calories, then consider choices such as Bikram Hot Yoga, Strength Yoga, or Zero Gravity Yoga. Having a fast morning workout or calming down before bed, yoga can be done for any period at any time and you don't even need to leave the house to do any yoga. Only put on some music, take out a training mat, and follow an online workout to blend into a low key and successful workout. 

6.A Regular Walk

Walking is simply the simplest and most accessible form of workout. A walking workout can easily fit into your daily routine or be added as a leisure pursuit during your free time, without the joint jarring that happens when running. You will happily pick the level that suits you to work at. And if you're low of time, taking a stroll of your lunch break or walking here and there instead of driving or taking the bus, is the best way to burn some extra calories without ending up as a sweaty mess.

If you're not used to a walking exercise, then start with a short distance and walk in the right place. For better calorie burn count you can easily crank up your speed and distance. The amount of calories burned does not only depend on your age, but also on your pace and the route you are taking. For example, a woman of average size walking on a flat route at about 3 mph will burn about 150 calories.

Note: Calorie burn figures are estimated since they depend on body weight, exercise intensity, routines or routes followed and fitness level of the person.
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6 Amazing Workout With Low-Impact To Burn Calories
Looking for a workout of low intensity that will still burn calories? These alternatives to the exercise could be just what you are looking for.
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