high-impact aerobics


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high-impact aerobics

Any aerobic exercise that promotes physical fitness at the risk of stress to musculoskeletal tissue and joints, such as aerobic dancing, basketball, jogging and running.

high-impact aerobics

Sports medicine Aerobic exercise that stresses musculoskeletal tissues, joints HIA exercises Aerobic dancing, basketball, jogging, running. See Aerobic exercise, Exercise, Cf Low-impact aerobics.
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High-impact aerobics can jar otoliths loose and disrupt one's balance.
Mechanical trauma (from feet pounding the ground during activities, such as running or high-impact aerobics) can accelerate red blood cell destruction, leading to further reduction in iron reserves.
According to a study performed by the Cumberland University Physiotherapy Unit in Sydney, Australia, step is now the second highest injury-producing form of group exercise, trailing closely behind high-impact aerobics. This alarming trend can be attributed to a number of factors, including but not limited to:
Try to do some regular stretching, walking, swimming, golf or cycling but refrain from sports like tennis and squash as well as high-impact aerobics.