Not following the group during class because you don’t know what the basic aerobic steps are, including the step steps? Here is a description of the different steps with their specialized names.
Aerobics is a training system based on aerobic exercises, i.e. exercises that involve increased oxygen exchange. The workout is performed to rhythmic music, usually in a group setting.
This form of healthy activity has its own nomenclature, which can be problematic for beginners. Below is a description of the basic steps of aerobics, including those performed with step participation.
Basic Aerobics Steps – List
The choreography prepared by the instructor is based on world steps and his own class concept. The basic steps of aerobics are:
- Step touch – put your right leg to the side, add the left leg (do not shift the weight of the right leg).
- Step out – put your right leg to the side, then add an accent with your left leg where it was standing before.
- Heel back – put your right leg to the side, then bend your left leg as if you were trying to kick yourself in the buttock. Important: don’t touch the buttock with your heel, keep the 90° angle between the calf and the back of the thigh.
- V-step – standing with legs together, put your right foot forward diagonally to the right, then the left foot forward diagonally to the left, bring your right foot back to the starting position and deliver it with the left. This step is similar to the letter V pattern.
- Knee Up – Put your right leg to the side, then lift your left knee to the side.
There are many steps in aerobics that are difficult to describe in an understandable way. After the first class, you will know the basic steps perfectly. Don’t be discouraged by the fact that you can’t remember some of them and get lost in the choreography.
With the passage of time and regular class attendance, you will remember them all, and group fitness will just become fun and a way to stay healthy and lean.
Basic Steps of Aerobic Step Training
Many types of aerobic training use a device called a step. It is a platform that is used in both choreography and accountability activities.
The basic steps on the stepper are:
- Basic step – step up with your right foot, deliver with your left, step down with your right foot from the step, deliver with your left.
- Knee up – walk with your right foot to the left side of the steppe, bring the knee of your left leg up, put your left leg on the ground, bring your right leg to it.
- Three Knees – walk with your right foot to the left side of the steppe, bring the knee of your left leg up three times, put your left leg on the ground and place it with your right.
- Kick – stand on the left side of the steppe with your right foot, dig in front of you with your left foot, place your left foot on the ground and deliver your right foot.
- Tap – stand on the ground, give your right leg a step on the step and bring your leg back to the starting position.