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DIDS70 Posts: 5,368
4/12/13 8:46 A

Either I take a walk or jump on my rebounder.

CHEETARA79 SparkPoints: (101,255)
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4/12/13 7:31 A

I love yoga, personally. But I find that it's best to warm up before doing yoga. You could march in place while doing arm movements to get your body warm.



HIKINGFIT Posts: 658
4/11/13 10:19 P

stretching, yoga, dancing, tai chi

IRISHFANUH87 Posts: 1,038
4/11/13 5:48 P

Leslie Sansone Walk Away the Pounds....there are a few on YouTube or her website if you want to try them out. She has tons of DVDs. I do these quite often when I feel like something lower impact.

BARBANNA SparkPoints: (108,379)
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4/11/13 2:41 P

Elliptical, trampoline, march in place, SP videos, stability ball and resistance bands!

DESCHROMA Posts: 195
4/11/13 2:14 P

Hiya! I When muscles are sore or tight, but you want to keep going, what are some of your favorite low-impact exercises to do in the house? (it's high pollen around here, and I'm asthmatic :P)

I'm sore, but simultaneously full of energy, and missing my various workout. BUT I want to give my muscles a break from being worked too hard. Solutions? :D

A yoga video? Walking in place? Share yours please. ^^



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