Full Body HIIT (At home edition)

Full Body HIIT

This one is for all of the gym goers out there who are getting ready for summer and need to burn a little bit of fat. HIIT or High Intensity Interval Training is a great way to boost your metabolism and burn fat. When your heart rate gets to 70% of your maximum heart rate, your body begins to burn fat. This is why HIIT and other workouts like it are so important. 

They can be hard on your joints but that's why we make the World's Best Turmeric Supplement (we may be biased but it's damn good). Turmeric will help dramatically reduce inflammation levels throughout the body and is well documented by groups like NIH and other governing bodies. 

Back to the workout, you're going to repeat this small set only 4 times. The key here is to take your time and do every move correctly. In between each exercise, perform 30 seconds of mountain climbers or jump squats with 15 seconds of rest before and after. 

1. Kettlebell Swings - 25

Begin by bending your knees to a 90 degree angle, feet slightly wider than shoulder-width, back leaning forward and holding a kettlebell between your legs. As you begin your upward movement, thrust your hips forward while elevating the kettlebell to shoulder height. Return to starting position.

2. Wall Sits - 1 Min

Find a wall, put your legs at 90 degrees (With your hands off your knees) and hold for 1 minute

3. Decline Pushups - 15

Place hands on the floor, head looking down and both feet on a bench. Keep your back straight. Lower your body until your elbow is at 90 degrees and your humerus is parallel with the floor. Repeat.

4. Fire Hydrants - 25

Start on all fours, hands shoulder-width apart, head looking down, knees bent, and back straight.  Using your hip abductor, raise one bent leg to the side until it is parallel with the floor. Return to starting position and switch to the other leg. 

5. Burpees - 25

Follow the diagram below ad be sure to jump at the top! 

Take The 30-Day Burpee Challenge | Coach

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published