Need help with doing quiet, low impact cardio.

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    Need help with doing quiet, low impact cardio.

    At this point i am doing Heros journey (about 1/2 through), but im looking to add on some endurance cardio exercise as well.
    The problem is for the most part, i can't get my heartrate very high without making too much noise, or doing exercises that put too much strain on my muscles (like squats and high knees)
    The only exercise that i know works is shadowboxing.
    I can walk outside, but where I live the sun goes down pretty early.
    Is there a way i can do endurance training at home without being too loud?
    If it helps, im 17, relatively fit, 55 rhr.

    #2
    You can use the shadow boxing, by adding kicks you have a complete exercise, or you can use shadow boxing, just punch and add march steps that don't make noise or hindu squats that are another complete exercise.
    I would do so, they are simple things, easy to add to your exercises and make no noise

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      #3
      There are mats you can put under washing-machines that reduce their noise. They can also be used to reduce the noise of your steps/jumps. In Germany you get them at hardware stores, they cost only 15-20 Euros.

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        #4
        This page has some good thoughts on noise too: https://darebee.com/modifications.html

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          #5
          Do you do burpees? You can reduce the noise of your toes attacking the ground. It's little skill you can learn.

          And yeah you should get a mat, which is good for you, too, your joints, etc.

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            #6
            Relarted with the heartrate and to sweat, I'm sure you have had a look into "Cardio go!" ("when you can't go run"). The only "noisy" exercises are some high knees (...and jumping jacks? not sure).

            In this old post maybe you'll find some ideas

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              #7
              Back lunges to knee ups (or step back/step up fpr less impact) is a good one to raise heartrate

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