Over 50? Low-Impact Tabata Workout: 4 Moves

Tabata workouts are high-intensity interval training (HIIT) sessions that last for four minutes.

This workout consists of four low-impact moves that are easy on the joints and suitable for people over 50.

The first move is a low-impact jumping jack, followed by a reverse lunge, a side plank, and a bird dog.

Each move is performed for 20 seconds, followed by a 10-second rest period.


The workout is repeated for a total of four rounds, with a one-minute rest period between each round.

This workout is designed to improve cardiovascular health, build strength, and increase flexibility.

It is important to warm up before starting the workout and to cool down and stretch afterwards.