Ya Gotta Tabata

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Similar to HIIT and circuit training, Tabata is a high-intensity workout that has fitness and weight-loss benefits. The interval-based model can be done in a short amount of time using your body weight (add light weights or resistance bands for a challenge) and a stopwatch.

 

Do 20 seconds of move A, then rest 10 seconds. Do 20 seconds of move B, then rest 10 seconds. Continue alternating between the pair of movements until four minutes are up!

 

 

 

Warm-Up

Jump rope or jog for five minutes.

 

 

 

Tabata One

(A) Jumping jacks – 20 seconds exercise / 10 second rest.

(B) Alternating backward lunges – 20 seconds exercise / 10 second rest.

Repeat above for four minutes.

 

Take a one minute break.

 

 

 

Tabata Two

(A) Jump squats – 20 seconds exercise / 10 second rest.

(B) Tricep dips – 20 seconds exercise / 10 second rest.

Repeat above for four minutes.

 

Take a one minute break.

 

 

 

Tabata Three

(A) High knee run – 20 seconds exercise / 10 second rest.

(B) Mountain climbers– 20 seconds exercise / 10 second rest.

Repeat above for four minutes.

 

Take a one minute break.

 

 

Tabata Four

(A) Burpees – 20 seconds exercise / 10 second rest.

(B) Bicycle crunches – 20 seconds exercise / 10 second rest.

Repeat above for four minutes.

 

 

 

Cool-down

Spend five minutes walking on the treadmill and stretching.