Walking is by far the most popular low-impact exercise. It works the cardiovascular system and burns calories. To get your heart rate up, walk faster than a stroll. Picking up the pace for short bursts can increase the intensity of your workouts.
Dancing -one of the best things about dancing is that while you're having fun moving to music and meeting new people, you're getting all the health benefits of a good workout. From Salsa to the foxtrot, there's a dance style to suit everyone.
Cycling is a low-impact activity. But you can still injure yourself if you have the wrong size bike, or if the saddle and handlebars are at the wrong height. So make sure you have your bike adjusted properly. Cycling is an aerobic exercise that works your lower body and cardiovascular system. Start slowly and increase the length of your cycling sessions gradually.
Swimming works the whole body. It's a great way to tone up and get trim. Swimming a few lengths involves most of the muscle groups, and you'll get a good aerobic workout if you increase the pace. Swimming can also help you lose weight if you swim at a steady and continuous pace throughout your session.
Yoga can improve both your physical fitness and your general well-being through a series of postures and breathing exercises. Regular yoga practice helps develop strength, balance, and flexibility. It can also lift your mood.
Tai chi - This ancient Chinese art promotes mental and physical well-being. Movements are slow and controlled. This means you won't improve your cardiovascular fitness or get a calorie-burning workout, but it does improve strength, flexibility, and balance.
Remember to try different things so you can find out what you like best. You’re more likely to continue to do exercises if you enjoy them. Also, if you need to make modifications on certain exercises so that they’re more comfortable to you to do, definitely make them as long as they’re safe!