Fat-Blasting, Full-Body Tabata Workout

This high-intensity training is fun, blasts calories, and moves so quickly that it’s hard to get bored. For Tabata, you perform an exercise at maximal intensity for 20 seconds, followed by 10 seconds of rest. You repeat this on-off pattern a total of eight times, making one complete Tabata round four minutes.

This time-saving Tabata session works your entire body in just under 30 minutes. I love this workout especially when i travel, which is a lot. And with no equipment needed, you have no excuse not to give it a try.

Jumping jack: Take a trip back to gym class and warm up with jumping jacks. Try to do one more rep with each round.

Alternating backward lunge: Step your right foot back, coming into a full lunge before returning to standing, then repeat on the other side. This exercise stretches out the front of your hips while working your glutes.

Elbow plank: Balance in plank position with elbows directly under shoulders and abs pulling to your spine.

Burpee: Jump straight up, landing in a squat, jump legs out into a plank, do push-up, jump leg back to squat, to jump straight up. Repeat this sequence in one continuous sequence. This move will increase your heart rate, while working your entire body.

Reverse plank: Sit with hands on the ground behind your pelvis with fingers facing in. Lift pelvis up as high as you can, straighten legs, and balance on your heels.

Toe-touch crunch: Lie on back and reach your arms and legs toward ceiling. Lift your head and shoulder off the ground and touch your toes, while lifting pelvis slightly off ground so toes move toward fingers. If your neck tires, place one hand behind your head.

Downward Facing Dog: Start on hands and knees, tuck your toes under, and straighten knees to lift your pelvis, coming into an upside-down “V” shape.

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