Keeping down that calorie count may be as easy as eating off a smaller plate.
Try Rowing for a Low-Impact Workout
When those joints demand a break, try rowing for a lower-impact workout that’s just as effective at getting the heart pumping. Rowing is a great full-body exercise that’s especially challenging on the legs, core, and back, and most machines make adjusting pace and resistance easy. So whether it’s for a quick sprint or long haul, give rowing a go once or twice a week — your knees will thank you.
The Takeaway: Try rowing for a lower-impact workout that’s just as intense for the heart.
Benefits Without the Boat
Learn the finer points of rowing form.
Hit the Water Indoors
Check out the World Indoor Rowing Championships for a taste of elite fitness.