Want a quick indoor walking workout to get your heart pumping and burn some calories? If you’re just getting started with exercise or getting back to your workouts after some time off, this indoor walking workout for beginners is perfect for you! Chris Freytag will lead you through this 10-minute routine, encouraging you to do what’s best for your body with motivation and positivity. You’ll start with a quick warm-up and then head right into the walking workout!
This fun indoor walking workout will have you walking in different directions and incorporating things like knee lifts and arm movements to keep things fun and engage different muscles. You’ll get your heart rate up and boost your circulation with this indoor walking workout while still keeping things low-impact on your joints. Low-impact workouts are great for both beginners or people who may have aches and pains and need something that’s easier on the knees and hips. This indoor walking workout is fun and utilizes several different movements and exercises, but it’s not overly complicated and it’s a great way to introduce your body to exercise.
Indoor walking is one of the most effective forms of exercise around, and it’s also great because you can do it any time of year no matter what the weather is like outside. While walking is always good for your body, if you want to burn more calories and get in shape, make sure you follow along with a walking workout like this one that incorporates different movements and has you work at different intensities. Want more walking workouts? Try our walk and tone program to mix it up with one and two mile endurance walks, interval walking workouts, and more! Or check out these walking workouts to boost weight loss to take things up a notch.
Great workout, I use this walking workout to get warmed up before I do an upper or lower body weight workout.
How do you determine how many calories you burned?
Most people will burn anywhere from 50-90 calories for a “brisk” 10-minute walk. BUT…. it depends on how hard you are working and how your body is responding. Two women, both 160- pounds, can do the exact same workout and burn calories completely differently.
The best way for you to track your calorie burning is to get yourself a heart rate monitor or a watch with heart rate monitor system built in.
These are programmed for you personally and, better than knowing the exact calorie burn, you will be able to compare each of your workouts.
You don’t need to spend a ton of money on one! Do a little research online before you go to buy and find one that has only the basics of what you need. Sometimes the capability of the device can exceed expectations. All you need is something to track your heart rate and give you basic information.
One more note – don’t get too caught up in the calorie burn of your workouts. Yes – we want to work hard which means we burn calories. But that can become such a game in our mind. It’s overall movement, building strength and muscle tissue, and healthy eating – all in one big picture that we need to keep our focus. Health and feeling good is the name of the game.
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Great for a beginner. I am just getting back into getting fit after being sick for ever.
I just loved this fast walking workout! Please add more walking ones!