HIIT Workout #1


20 seconds as hard as you can go for each individual move,

10 seconds rest,

Go on to the next move until you complete all moves;

REPEAT as many times as you can


Keeping core tight, get into lunge position. Jump forcefully upward while switching the lunge to the other leg in the air. Be sure knee does not extend past toes.



Get in wide sumo position with toes pointed slightly outward; drive toes over knees but not over into squat, then pulse up and down for 20 seconds.



Start in a plank; then lower body to the floor in a push-up while keeping hands and arms against the body.



Lie flat with arms by your sides; engage core and lift feet up in the air straight legs; all the way up, then all the way down.



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