High-intensity interval training.
High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) consists of alternating periods of intense aerobic and/or resistance training with recovery. You will push yourself to the max in short bursts with rest or low-intensity exercise between each set. HIIT classes are designed to build total-body strength and endurance in a short amount of time.
You won’t believe how many ways you can use your sliders to get a full body workout. Learn how to do Jack Touchdowns, Lateral Lunges, Push-Ups, Supermans, and Low-Plank Genies. Sliders present a challenge to the body that requires acute awareness into the body—no tuning out! Utilize resistor muscles and prepare to break a sweat.
Sweat it out with a fast-paced, full-body HIIT workout designed to test your endurance. Lean on all the hard work so far to build a strong body and mind. Get your heart rate up with Squat Presses, Jumping Rope, and Reverse Lunges with Bicep Curls. Push your own boundaries and start to see and feel a difference in your body and ability to go further. This is day 8 of 14-Day Full-Body Burn. Props Suggested: Jump Rope and Dumbbells
High Intensity Intervals are one of the most efficient ways to get the most out of your workout. This class uses a type of HIIT called Tabata, a four-minute workout consisting of 8 rounds of 20 seconds of work at maximum effort, followed by 10 seconds of rest. This may sound simple but it’s seriously challenging and has a major payoff. This is day 3 of 14-Day Full-Body Burn.
Only have 20 minutes? Well, with this full-body EMOM (every minute on the minute) workout, 20 minutes is all you need. Sweat your way through two blocks of cardio featuring hopscotch and squat jacks then close with targeted moves for your core, arms, and back, including fiery tricep dips with ankle taps.