Blast Into Shape with High Intensity Training

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[tps_header]High Intensity Interval Training, also known as HIIT, is the most efficient way to get fit, lean and toned. This full body HIIT workout won’t take more than 30 minutes of your time. And, don’t be afraid to get your heart pumping hard – the effectiveness of HIIT lies in taking your body to its peak, allowing your heart rate to settle back down in a short rest period, and then following rest with another peak. HIIT workouts require very little equipment. They are mostly body weight based and can be performed pretty much anywhere, even along the way on you regular morning runs.[/tps_header]

Jumpsquats HIIT workout | Fabletics Blog

  1. Jump Squats 

Start with your feet outside of your hips or shoulder width apart. Hinge your hips back slightly and sit down into your heels. Keep your core engaged throughout the movement, keeping the torso upright. Spread the floor with your feet and track the knees over the toes. Make sure your entire foot stays down. Shoot out of the bottom of the squat and jump.

Complete 10 – 15 repetitions.

HIIT workout | Fabletics Blog

  1. Walkouts

Start at the back of your mat. Fold forward, touch your hands to the ground, and slowly walk your hands away from your feet into a plank. Walk the hands back to your feet. Stand up.

Repeat 10 times.

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