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HIIT Full Body Home Workout!

No Gym, No Problem! Try my at-home HIIT full-body workout for a quick sweat on the go!

Muscles Targeted

 Pectorals, Latissimus Dorsi, Hamstrings, Quads, Glutes, Biceps, Triceps and Abdominals


45 seconds active / 15 seconds rest per movement. 4 Rounds (20 intervals).
Total Time: 20 Minutes


Hammer Curls

Lat Pulldowns

Alternating Pushups

Side Kicks

Walking Squats

Useful Tips

  • Download a free Tabata Timer to track your intervals
  • Need 1 Elastic Mini Band
  • Warm up before beginning workout and cool down afterwards

Use this time wisely to get maximum results in all those goals you’ve had with your fitness! Come back next week for more fitness videos.

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*Please consult with your physician before beginning any new exercise regimen.

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2 thoughts on “HIIT Full Body Home Workout!

  1. Making sports a part of your life is the key to a toned, beautiful body and good health! You can find good tips for working out here https://toofitness.com/. In order not to stop, I like to participate in various marathons, this is a very convenient format of classes for me-to repeat the movement on the video, in addition, there is usually a whole support team, and at the end of the month it is always interesting to beat the results

  2. Thank you, great! It is also important to choose a workout for your goals. I just want to keep my figure in shape, often just doing stretching or yoga, as well as monitoring nutrition. But my husband is much more serious, he is engaged in basketball, and constantly trains and hones his skills. Fortunately, there are now a lot of programs that help him in this, but there are also quite weak ones, you can read more about this in the review https://www.supporthesport.com/air-alert-review/ . Real power comes from movements performed in a fast, explosive manner. This is why speed and strength exercises are often part of the training programs of serious basketball players.

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