Looking for a low impact workout? This is the video for you. Join me, Samantha Clayton, Director of Fitness Education at Herbalife as I show you this fun, beginners' workout that anyone can do. 

As always, start a workout with a warm up. If you're not sure how to warm up, check out my previous video on how to do a basic warm up: http://hrbl.me/17rocO7 

Here we go with the workout—the first move will be 30 seconds of walking, with arms up overhead. This works the upper body and lower body. It should challenge your coordination because you're taking opposite arm to opposite leg. 

Our next move is a windmill. Step back, arms come down; step across, arms come over. You'll be able to feel this move work your glutes and your inner thighs. This move starts to engage your core and will get your heart rate up. You'll feel your oblique starting to work. 

Now go into squat position because the next move is a squat with jab punches. I want you to sit back into squat. And we're just going to do simple jab punches. Bring your arms out at shoulder height. Make sure your core is engaged, sit back so that your knees are behind your toes, and you're working the glutes. 

The next move is for your hips. Start by putting your arms up, and then lift your heels to meet your hands. This range of motion really helps with the hips, but you're still engaging your core and arms. 

The last move: lunge knee drives. Start in a lunge position with your arms coming straight out. Drive your knee to meet your hand. Again, this will engage the core, and it will also engage the glutes.

Try each of these moves for about 30 seconds each. Then take it back up to the top and repeat this circuit through for a second time.

Today, I wanted to show you a few low-impact moves that are perfect for beginner exercisers. A workout is considered to be low-impact if at least one of your feet remains in contact with the ground at all times.

Low-impact exercise is great for people who are carrying excess body weight because these exercises tend to be less jarring on the body and joints, and is generally less intense overall. If you are already fit and active you can do this low impact workout on a day that you want to give your joints a rest!

I believe that it is important for you to incorporate a wide variety of moves into your exercise routine. Following a stepped approach and working with low impact moves is a great way to get started. Have fun and remember to always listen to your body.

For more videos, check out my Herbalife Fit Tips playlisthttp://hrbl.me/Herbalife_FitTips and take a look at my bloghttp://www.discovergoodfitness.com for motivation and fitness advice.