This HIIT Cardio Fat Burning Workout – Melt Away Belly Fat At Home is going to make your muscles scream! Maybe even mad?! But once you’re done with this HIIT fat burning workout you’ll be so glad you did it.
I enjoy HIIT workouts. I know they’re tough to go through but the benefits are worth it. If you want an increased metabolism, better endurance, burn fat, build muscle and workout from anywhere you want with no equipment at all, then this workout is for you. In a little over 30 minutes you’ll feel so proud because you know you just took good care of your body. What’s even better is that you’ll be burning calories for up to 48 hours after completing this workout! That alone is enough reason for me to not complain to get a good HIIT workout done.
Sometimes we don’t all have an hour or so to workout, and to be honest when it comes to working out more isn’t always better. You want to be smart when you workout. For example a 35 minute HIIT workout like this one will get you way faster results and will be much more effective than running on a treadmill for over an hour! Now which one would you choose? I’d much rather do my workout in less amount of time and get more benefits out of it.
Don’t get me wrong, sometimes it’s a good idea to spend some extra time working out. Anywhere from 30 minutes to 60 minutes a day up to 5 times a week is ideal. If you feel like going for a long walk, or hike or ride your bicycle, it can easily add up to an hour or longer, and that’s totally fine. Be sure to never do HIIT workouts more than 3 times per week. The reason why is that your body requires enough time to recover after a HIIT workout, and if you don’t give your body efficient rest, you’ll end up doing more damage than good to your body.
I have included the warm up and a freeform of cool down. The structured layout of this HIIT cardio workout is 20 on seconds on and 10 seconds rest. There are 10 different exercises and we will repeat each HIIT exercise 4 times and then more to the next.
Warm up 30 seconds a piece
- March in place
- Knee pull twist
- Side lunges
- Squat pull one arm back (alternate with each arm)
- Reverse lunge chest opener
- Front kick back kick
- Jumping jack
- Walk downs
- Butt kick
- Downward dog feet clap/tap
- Side jump burpee
- Plank dips + butt kicks
- Side mountain climbers
- Jab cross jab + 2 jumping jacks
- Shuffle shuffle lunge jump
- Plank kick out + X toe reach (cross tap your toes)
- Crab kics
- Plank walk
- Star jump + reverse lunge
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