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High Impact Aerobic Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for High Impact Aerobic.

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9 Cross-Training Activities for Runners

The only way to become a better runner is to run, but the more running replaces other exercises in your fitness program, the more likely you are to become injured, suffer from burnout, or develop muscular imbalances. So what's a runner to do (bes...  Read more

Reference Guide to Warming Up

SparkPeople’s Exercise Reference Guides offer an in-depth look at the principles of fitness. What is a Warm Up? A warm up is the act of preparing for an athletic event or workout by exercising or practicing for a short time beforehand....  Read more

How to Use the Arm Ergometer

Upper body (arm) ergometers aren't a gym staple, but they're becoming more readily available in physical therapy offices, hospitals, universities and modern gyms. Targeted to meet the fitness needs of individuals who cannot use their legs for...  Read more

Over 110 Cardio Workout Ideas

You all probably know how great aerobic activity is for your heart, body and mind. After all, regular cardio exercise has been shown to reduce body fat, decrease total cholesterol, boost mood, lower resting heart rate, and improve heart and lung func...  Read more

Exercising with Arthritis: Getting Started

If you live with the daily pain and discomfort of arthritis, you're not the only one. In the United States, an estimated 46 million adults (about 1 in 5) have been diagnosed with arthritis. Hopefully your doctor has given you suggestions about ho...  Read more

High protein breakfasts?
Updated 9/15/2014 8:10:31 PM

I'm sure this idea has been done to death, but what are some of your go to, quick, breakfasts? I'm looking for ones with macros at around 300 calories and 30g protein. Eggs with ham and peppers and also cottage cheese/Greek Yogurt is starting to get...  Read more

heavy Lifting, High protein diet But Stubborn Fat
Updated 9/17/2014 9:32:02 PM

i am not asking for spot reduction, but i lift heavy, my deadlift is 90lbs, and squats is 80lbs, i run 3 days a week, and follow strength program 3 days a week I target 80-100 grams proteins a day i eat my veggies and complex carbs but darn...  Read more

I need a Low Impact Sweat!
Updated 9/11/2014 5:21:33 PM

Any suggestions for low-impact workouts that feel like a high impact workout without the stress on joints, etc. I suffered a back injury and have arthritis so I cannot jog or do high impact but I miss the intense cardio and sweat I had from them...  Read more

Sparkpeople's calorie estimates seem high
Updated 9/8/2014 4:08:21 PM

I went to "edit goals," entered my current weight and added a goal to lose 5-6 pounds in about 2 1/2 months (11 weeks). The calorie range it spit out is 1610-1960. Does that seem high to anyone else? That sounds like a maintenance/gaining range, not...  Read more

What is your favorite low calorie/high protein sna
Updated 9/8/2014 7:58:53 PM

What is your favorite low calorie/high protein snack?...  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