High Intensity Interval Training Workout (HIIT)

Warm up

Begin with a 5 minute warm-up.  Jogging, body squats or lunges, and light weight overhead dumbbell presses to warm-up the upper body.  If your muscles feel tight, I would recommend using a foam roller to loosen up before you start the High intensity interval training workout.

The High Intensity Interval Training workout:

Box Jump high intensity interval training workout

Box jump

10 jump squats,

10 plyo box jumps,

10 pull-ups (can do assisted)

45-90 second slow cardio rest period.  The more fit you are, the shorter the rest periods should be.

REPEAT THE ABOVE TWICE THROUGH.

 

 

Then:

20 second incline sprint on treadmill,

15 push-ups, regular or on knees, done at a moderate-fast pace,

20 second bike sprint, low resistance and high cadence,

45-90 second slow cardio rest period.  Since you’re already on the bike, do it here.

REPEAT THOSE 4 EXERCISES TWICE THROUGH.

 

Then:

10 push-presses,

10 burpees with push-up,

10 heavy medicine ball wall throws with squat,

45-90 second slow cardio rest period.

REPEAT THOSE 4 EXERCISES TWICE THROUGH.

 

If you’re up to the challenge, REPEAT the entire workout again!  And remember hard work is the only way to reach your goal.

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