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Remember when the only classes offered at health clubs were high-impact aerobics, and the only people with personal trainers were Hollywood stars?
This makes your joints vulnerable so avoid high-impact aerobics such as jogging for three to four months after the birth.
Activities that lend themselves to interval work include fitness walking, running, stair climbing, stationary cycling, lap swimming, rope jumping, slide aerobics, step aerobics and high-impact aerobics. Be aware high-impact forces may be counter productive for some participants.
In the beginning, there was high-impact aerobics. When safety standards swept the nation, low-impact exercise became the rage.
For the last 12 years, Voight has taught high-impact aerobics seven days a week.