Warming Up for High & Low Impact Aerobic Exercises

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Learn about how to warm up for an aerobic exercise with expert fitness tips in this free exercise video on high and low impact aerobics.

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Before we move into high and low impact aerobics, it is very important that we do a proper warm-up and stretching, and a warm-up includes working all the major muscle groups, so that the blood flow goes to the muscles and you prevent injuries. So we are going to start with to start with your feet out wide, inhale and exhale. Now we are going to step-tap. Step-tap. Now we are going to do Step-Hamstring. Then we are going to do step-tap. Right with the arm over. Then we are going to step-tap with the arms crossed. Then we are going to bring the feet together and bring knees up. Then we are going to stretch the calves out, so you're going to bring your foot back. Push you hips forward, keeping your heel on the floor. You want to make sure you're holding the stretches at least ten seconds on each side. Now we are going to switch to the other side. Doing both sides, the same amount of time. Stretching out the calves. When you height and low impact aerobics you use the lower body a lot. It is very important to stretch those parts. The next one is the quadricep stretch. You want to make sure to keep your knees together and your hips in line with your shoulders. You don't want to arch your back at all. Once again holding at least ten seconds on each side. Then going to the other side. Your knees are together. Your hips are in line with your shoulders. Holding again for at least ten seconds on this side. Bring your arms up above your head. Bring your right hand back. You're going to stretch out your tricep. You want to make sure your standing tall not arching your back. Holding for at least ten seconds and then switch to the other side and release that and we ready to get started.

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