This lower body hiit & strength training workout made me sweat like crazy and left me sore the next day! When you do long workouts like this one, you can’t help but feel at least a little sore the next day, and thats completely okay with me.It is very effective at burning fat and toning your thighs and glutes. Plus, it helps you gain muscle. It’s a good sign that you pushed yourself hard enough. Just make sure to never workout the same muscle group(s) on consecutive days. You can always do a cardio workout, upper body strength training or core workouts. It’s completely up to you.
Strength training is one of the best ways to train if you’re trying to gain muscle, lose weight, tone your body, speed up your metabolism and more. It really is my favorite type of training. I have seen nothing but great results from strength training. HIIT is one of the fastest ways to lose weight, so I’ve combined strength training with HIIT in this workout. Trust me you’re going going to feel it!
I love the feeling after a good workout. I always feel accomplished and feel like I’m ready to take on any tasks there are during the day. My mood is better, my energy level is higher, I feel less anxious and less stressed. I know I just did something good for my body and my mind!
Warm up and cool down are both included in this routine, and it is divided in 6 groups. Each group has a HIIT move that we will repeat 3 times and end the group with 8 repetitions of a lower body strength training.
Warm up – 8 moves 30 sec per move
- High knee clap
- Side step + toe touch
- Front kicks
- Jumping oblique twists
- Butt kicks
- Jumping jacks
HIIT & Strength Training – HIIT 20 sec on 10 off. Strength training 8 reps
- Squat jacks
- 3 way lunge
- Burped plank jacks
- Power skips
- Mountain climbers
- Ski squat + calf raise
- Pop squats
- Reverse lunge + knee
Cool Down – Freeform
Jog in place
Quad stretch left & right
Inside thigh stretch left & right
Deep glute stretch left & right
Let me know what you guys think of this routine and what you want to see next. Thank you for working out with me!
Disclaimer: You should always consult your physician or other healthcare provider before changing or starting an exercise routine.
You hereby assume full responsibility for any and all injuries you incur exercising to these videos.
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