During this pandemic COVID-19, people are stuck in the quarantine. Many of them are suffering from obesity, weak immune system, mental disturbance, and many more joint disorders. All these discomforts have prevailed because of staying free at home. But we can get rid of all these issues by enjoyable and easy High Intensity Low Impact Training at home.

How HILIT is different from HIIT?

Although, High Intensity Interval Training is beneficial exercise to maintain body metabolism and heart rate through burning of calories. Yet, it is harmful for spine and joints in a way that it puts more than tolerable pressure on them.

On the other hand, High Intensity Low Impact Training (HILIT) is the best way to burn more calories in less time. It protects from joint pain and muscles stiffness as well. In HILIT workout, intense term used for heart rate, calories burning, and muscle fatigue. In addition to provide all these services, it imparts low-impact on joints.





How to practice High Intensity Low Impact Training?

High Intensity Low Impact Training is comprised of the following workouts.

Bent-Over Dumbbell Row

Practice this drill by standing almost feet hip width apart by clasping dumbbells in each hand.

Bent-Over Dumbbell Row
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Split Squat

To perform Split Squat stand with feet shoulder- width apart. Then, move both feet in opposite direction with long steps.

Split Squat
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Hammer Curl

Like Split squat, stand with feet shoulder- width apart. Then carry dumbbells in such a position that palms should face each other. After this, curl dumbbells to a 90- degree angle. Continue drill in the same way.





Hammer Curl
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Lateral Lunge

Stand with gathered feet and extended arms with hands gripped in front of our chest. Then follow each step as shown here and repeat in the opposite direction.

Lateral Lunge
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Overhead Dumbbell Hold and Press

Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, and wrists at shoulder heights, carrying dumbbells in each hand. Then cram dumbbells overhead, halting at 90°.

Overhead Dumbbell Hold and Press
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Dead bug

During dead bug, lay on back with bending legs at 90° and knees a loft hips. Then hold arms straight keeping perpendicular to the floor. Follow the given glimpse.

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Pushback

Practice it on all fours with the wrist directly under shoulders keeping toes on floor. Step one foot back and then another in the same way, undertaking abs with elongated legs.

Pushback
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Side Plank Rollover

Practice it in a forearm plank position, with open palms on the floor with bending elbows. Must stay in this position for 30 seconds. Then roll to the side and continue the side plank rollover for the same time.

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Bear Crawl

Bear crawl is such an interesting and too easy workout, we can do it by following a glance below.



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