Quick HIIt routines for a full-body workout

Quick HIIT routines for a full-body workout

These super HIIT routines will get your heart pumping and allow your body to continue burning calories for days after your exercise.

None of the routines should take more than 15 minutes – though you may choose to develop the routine, too, in case you want to make it tougher.

These routines alternate high intensity strength-building exercises with cardio movements. You can choose between burpees, sprints, high knees, star jumps, or skipping—we recommend a mixture of these movements.

If you have enough space, sprint 30 or 40 metres, or skip with skipping rope for about 30 seconds. Complete star jumps or high knees if you’re working out indoors, paying attention to your form to get the most from the movement.

Adding this cardio in between strength training gets your heart racing and helps solidify the muscles.

Strength training:  Refer to these links if you’re unsure how to do these moves: raised side planks, lunge and curtsy and ice skating squats.

Consistently completing these routines and progressing from the simpler movements to more challenging ones can help tone your entire body effectively.

1 Basic Routine

2 Intermediate

3 Advanced

The exercises are all modular, so you can do as much or as little as you want, depending on how much time you have available. Of course, the more you put in, the more you get out.

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