HIIT (high intensity interval training) is a broad term for workouts that involve short periods of intense exercise alternated with recovery periods. There are tons of benefits that come with doing a HIIT workout but, one of my favorite is, you can burn a lot of calories in a short amount of time.
HIIT doesn’t have to mean lots of jumping and strain on your joints. Especially if you’re just getting started, you can and should modify. I’ve included modification videos inside the more advanced options. Pick which works for you right now in your journey…then advance as you can.
2️⃣Overhead Jumping jacks
3️⃣In and out squats
4️⃣Squat to toe taps
👉Complete each exercise for 45 seconds
👉Rest for 15 seconds then move on to the next exercise
👉Rest for 60 seconds after you have completed all four exercises
👉Repeat 5x or set your own workout time goal.
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