Wether you’re new to HIIT or not, this workout can be done by either level you’re at. It’s especially great for beginners, because it slowly introduces them to HIIT but it also prepares them for some more advanced HIIT workouts.
The thing with any type of workout is to push yourself as hard as you can each time you go through a workout. You always want to be challenging yourself. As you start to exercise on a regular basis you’ll start to notice that you can push yourself harder than the previous times, and that’s all that matters. Only compare yourself to yourself!
Although this is a beginner HIIT workout, you’ll still get a good calorie burn and muscle tone out of it. My favorite thing about HIIT workouts is that, once you’re done you’re still going to be burning calories hours and hours afterwards! Also they’re so quick that you don’t even have time to complain (haha!) Of course this one won’t burn as many calories as the more advanced ones, but like I mentioned above, it’s a great HIIT workout to start off with. Get a little taste and preparation for those harder HIIT workouts.
Since this is a beginner HIIT, you can do this workout 5-6 times a week, but to keep your muscles guessing and your workouts maximally effective, I highly recommend to try some my other workout routines.
We have 5 groups to go through. Each group is done 4 times 20 seconds on 10 seconds off, before we move over to the next group and do the same.
- Jab cross jab, kick, switch side
- 1,2 jumping jacks
- Back lunge, twist, kick
- Walk down, plank jack
- Oblique twist squat hop
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