Low Impact Lower Body and Core Tabata Workout - Tabata Style Low Impact Workout

Low Impact Lower Body and Core Tabata Workout – Tabata Style Low Impact Workout

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Most people stop working out when there’s a lack of motivation. If you know the right way to do it, exercising is fun! This article lists some tips you can try.


Turn up the volume when you workout. When you are lacking in motivation you may want to turn on your favorite music and play it loudly. One you hear the rhythm, your body will begin to move with it. Jut let go, and let your body get into it! Allow yourself to let loose. If you let yourself get lost in the music, it might just take you away, and you will get extra exercise in that you didn’t even realize was exercise because you were having fun.


If you do not find ways to make exercising fun, it will be a lot harder to stick to your workout goals. Figure out a way to turn workouts into social events. Take walks on your lunch breaks or at the gym with some friends. Friends make workouts move more quickly by giving your company and good conversation. You will enjoy it so much that you will not even realize you are working out.


Video game exercises are a great new way to workout and have fun. Many of these games are so fun, engaging and competitive that you forget about the fact that you are working out and place your focus on enjoying and winning the game. Therefore, it is not as likely that you will tire out and quit.


Purchase exercise outfits which flatter your body and make you feel as if you are an athlete. Your mental commitment is reinforced by wearing the appropriate clothing. You may have to pay a higher price for specialized exercise garments, but the wide range of available options is sure to facilitate more comfortable workouts.


Doing the same routine day after day will get boring after a while. Any time your exercise routine becomes boring, it will feel less important to you. That means a million other things will seem to get in the way of getting it done. You might want to change your routine periodically in order to keep it interesting. Following this advice will help you appreciate the benefits of exercise and help you maintain a healthy fitness routine and lifestyle.


An excellent way to stay motivated and on track with fitness is to give yourself rewards as you progress. Do not wait until you reach your ultimate goal to reward yourself. Choose rewards with responsibility. Think about a small portion of your favorite food, or a new piece of clothing. Make your reward a reasonable one. Being enthusiastic and keeping your motivation flowing will help you reach your goals.


Your workout doesn’t have to be monotonous. Believe it or not, a workout routine can actually be a lot of fun. Here are a few tips that will add some excitement and fun into your exercise routine.

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Dr. William W. Tong
Dr. William W. Tong
An authority on food psychology, Wansink is most beneficial known for his work on consumer behavior and for popularizing terms such as "mindless eating" and "health halos." He authored the best-selling book Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think (Bantam, 2006). Wansink participated in the first two editions of Best Diets.

43 Comments

  1. Haley S. says:

    In case anyone wants to write the routine down…

    Warm Up

    First Group
    One
    – Side Step Squat
    – Hip Raises
    Two
    – 20 Second Squat
    – Dead Lift
    Three
    -Front Leg Raise (Right)
    -Front Leg Raise (Left)
    Four
    -Side Leg Raise (Right)
    -Side Leg Raise (Left)
    Five
    -Side Lunge
    -Sumo Squat

    Second Group
    (AB AB 20 on/10 off)
    One
    -Crisscross Crunch
    -Side Hip Raise (Left)
    Two
    -Prone Leg Curl
    -Side Hip Raise (Right)
    Three
    -Jackknife Crunch
    -Russian Twist

    Cool Down

  2. Those leg workouts did not prepare me whatsoever for that ab workout. Very much enjoyed it.

  3. Jes Caba says:

    Thank you
    I felt really bad today but this, I did 😀

  4. V O says:

    Where can I find the Meal Plans?

  5. Limited range of movement for me, lots of knee bends and breaks in between. That prone leg curl! Could not lift my thighs up off the ground! My arms also always hurt when doing the side hip lifts. Still a good workout!

  6. This is my first day with FB and holy hell, what a sweat when you never work out.
    workout complete !

  7. I just started working out again and my furry trainer (puppy) thinks my mat is a spot for her to lay down and she kept licking my face during the ab portion I forgot how good it feels to workout!

  8. Hoods A says:

    finally back after missing this for months!

  9. Thank you for posting this workout:D. I needed a light workout for my sore thighs I got from hiit(which happened because I ate candy before I did it-bad idea)

  10. love your workouts…

  11. Loved the stretches at the end! 🙂

  12. Excelente wow gracias Daniel!

  13. Lilian says:

    The Calories bar shows two numbers; e.g. 096-224. What does it mean?

  14. "Low Impact Torture!" hahaha Love it!

  15. tymki says:

    I've been doing false starts for the FB Fit 8 Week Fat Loss program for too damn long. Hopefully now I've done this workout, got it out the way, and can finally do some other workouts instead! XD

  16. the cool down was so nice and relaxing i almost fell asleep. super nice work out!

  17. Thanks for this and all your workouts. Had some back and neck issues recently and your low impact exercises have been perfect for getting back into an exercise routine.

  18. za8cun says:

    i have asthma and i couldnt do much cardio/ hiit workout without being attack by asthma – this workout is great had successfully finish it without having asthma attack thanx!!!

  19. Just tried this tabata workout after injuring my right sacroiliac joint and was pleasantly surprised with the quality of exercises and the entire video.

  20. "Low impact Torture" hahahaha

  21. Great Workout Daniel!

  22. Siaynoq8 says:

    Either these videos have amazingly stealthy editing, or this guy is amazing at doing this all in one take. Either way I'm impressed. When I did this workout first a few days ago I was sore ever since. I really must not have used those muscles in a very long time. And it all feels really great!

  23. Salty Boi says:

    Is it possible to get a difficult low impact lower body routine without weights?

  24. The stretch at the end was good

  25. Great workout and GREAT COOL DOWN! Sometimes after a workout one does not feel like coming up from that mat XD This one was perfect.

  26. This actually helped me walk better later in the day.

  27. I love these kinds of workouts for those days where I need a little recovery. Got into a slight sweat throughout the whole workout and it's a nice feeling to have done something on those days where you don't push youself to your limits.

  28. Thanks guys! You always help me come up with great ideas for my clients when I think there's nothing fun left to do!

  29. Thanks Daniel. Good low impact workout for my age, 68. Although I do not have enough flexibility, I will keep doing this workout. Saludos de México. GOD bless you!!!!!

  30. excellent workout for a rainy day

  31. Joining that vid my "Have to do" list. Thank you FB.

  32. Reno B says:

    happy fitness! 

  33. i love  this vid.  helps me work on  the area. i need the most work on. 

  34. This is definitely a favorite I keep revisiting. Please keep the low impact workouts coming! Thank you X

  35. sblazer227 says:

    thanks so much for this, with my lower back problems this is exactly what i need

  36. I tried a few of the low impact workouts and this is my favorite so far. I love how you explain where you should be feeling the burn/stretch in every movement during all the workouts; that really helps to know if I'm doing it correctly. Love you and Kelly together….fitnessblender fan for life! <3

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