Last updated on March 19th, 2019 at 12:20 pm
You can finish this full-body HIIT workout at home or at the gym in less than 20 minutes, try it 2-3 times a week to see results faster. Also, don’t forget to record your time so you can track progress!
Back On Track & Workout Routine
Can’t believe that I’ll say it, but I think I will not eat pizza for AT LEAST a week. Why? Well, I was on vacation in Italy and I think I grew a second stomach there.
Good news is, now I’m back and getting into my workout routine. And fat-burning HIIT workouts are now a huge part of it because I need to burn off that Italy vacation.
I have a hate/love relationship with high-intensity interval training aka HIIT. Okay, mostly hate.
On the one hand, I hate the whole process, I hate how exhausting and challenging the exercises are.
Then, on the other hand, I LOVE how challenging they are and I love how they make me feel. Like I’m able to do ANYTHING. Strong, fast and when I’m done – so so proud of myself.
Well, I’ve done this workout twice already and will be doing it tomorrow as well (today was a yoga day for me). It’s a full-body routine that not only burns a bunch of fat, even after you stop working but also strengthens your entire body. Core, butt, legs, arms, shoulders – everything is working here, so you make the most out of your time.
Full-Body HIIT Workout For Results
This full-body HIIT workout consists of 6 moves, take rests between sets. I took 30s rest, but you can do any amount of time you want and need. Remember to not be stubborn and to actually listen to your body.
20 In & Out Squat Jumps (demo)
30 Triple Plank Hops (demo) – each hop counts as 1 rep
25 Diagonal Squat & Press, each side, with or without weights (demo)
20 Knee To Elbow Plank (demo)
50 High Knees (demo)
25 Reverse Lunge With Front Kick, each side (demo)
If you’re short on time, but want to sweat a little bit – do one round of this. If you have more time repeat the whole thing two to three times for a complete workout.
As mentioned, make sure to rest between sets and to hydrate properly. Also, record your time!
My times (did 2 rounds):
1st time: 17:33 min
2nd time: 15:17min
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