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9 Jul 15
Hey folks currently dealing with an ankle injury (but normally it’s not great, had surgery 2 years ago on ankle & knee so looking for low impact ideas of HIT).
So any ideas for HIT that would work for me?
I’m coming from a fairly low level of fitness, have a bike but until this current injury settles I won’t be cycling. Also like to use kettlebells and body weight exercises. Any good ideas to work the legs outside of squats or lunges? I thought to do kickbacks for hamstrings & glutes.
I did find a seated kettlebell workout on youtube but not strong/confident enough to push it for HIT.
Thanks in advance 😀
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