Beginner HIIT Workout
Published on September 4, 2021
If you’re just getting into fitness — or starting over after an injury — the key to success lies in doing the right moves, at your own pace. Yes, HIIT workouts should be intense, but pushing too hard, too fast can result in injuries and other setbacks. Your task: Listen to your body, modify as needed, and complete each movement with proper form.
This full-body workout focuses on toning and sculpting out that lean muscle. It’s a mix of bodyweight movements and optional dumbbells for added resistance. The heavier you go with the weights, the more challenging it’ll be. 👍🏽
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- •Lower Impact | No Jumping
- •Warm-up before | Cool down and stretch after
- •30-40 sec. ea. exercise | 30-20 sec. rest | 1-4 rounds | Rest as needed after each circuit. 😉
- •Side to side squat + front raises
- •Hammer curls to supinated curls
- •Bent over rows to kickbacks
- •Walk-in mt. climbers + kneeling push-ups
- •Jack taps
- •Sir Charles lateral raise
- •Plank & Thread the needle (L/R) or Hip dips (L/R)
- •Heel taps
- •This is set up as a circuit, but you can pick and choose 2-4 exercises to add to your current routine or when you have a few minutes throughout the day
- •Perform each move with good form
- •Take as much time as need between moves and circuits to catch your breath
- •The length of this workout will depend on how much rest you take and how many rounds you do.
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