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High-intensity interval training
(HIIT)
An exercise strategy alternating periods of short intense anaerobic exercise with less-intense recovery periods. Form of cardiovascular exercise; improves athletic conditioning, glucose metabolism, and fat burning. Caution...do not exceed 30 minutes or perform more than 3x week.


Interval Workout:  intervals: 10sec / 50 sec x4 rounds 
(start first exercise with 10 sec count down) 
*High Knees
*Plyometric Push-ups                                       

*High Knees
*Advanced Mountain Climbers (bring foot to outside of elbow)
*High Knees
*Jump Squats
*High Knees
*Superman Plank (alternate lifting opposite arm/leg)

 


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09/30/2015 3:20am

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10/14/2017 6:32am

Maintaining a fit and healthy body isn't really as easy as what everyone expects. You need to be determined and responsible for everything you need to give to your body. Like having a balanced diet. Following the right workout routine every single day. That's just one of the things to consider if you ever plan on achieving your dream body.

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05/25/2016 11:35am

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Thanks a lot, I'll try this HIIT Workout!

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