Whole Body Workout: Low-Impact 12-Minute HIIT Workout
April 1, 2020
Workout Focus: Dynamic Whole Body Workout, Low-Impact HIIT
Est. Time: 12 minutes
Notes: Moving dynamically is important for runners, because, by nature, running is receptive. It’s easy to forget about our inner thighs and upper back, for example. So incorporating dynamic strength training movements will not only make us stronger runners, it will also make us more balanced athletes.
Let us know how your run/workout went. Take a selfie or photo of your phone/watch showing you got it done and tag Fleet Feet Syracuse using #3run5 & #TogetherWeMove. We'll reshare posts to keep the motivation and support up!
The store may be closed, but RUNNING IS NOT CANCELED.
We miss our running/walking groups and training buddies. So while we maintain a safe social distance, our Fleet Feet coaches are working together to provide free daily workouts to the #3run5 community. This group is open to runners and walkers of all abilities!
Sign-up here and we'll send a daily workout directly to your inbox. Workouts can be modified for any ability or intensity. The important part is to keep moving.
Don't forget to share with us how you're staying active by tagging @fleetfeetsyracuse using #3run5 and #togetherwemove. We'll reshare to keep the motivation and support up. Plus, each week we'll pick winners to receive cool FFSYR gear and prizes.