HIIT Workout #4


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


Get into squat position, place hands on floor in front of you, then quickly kick and hop your feet out behind you into plan with chest on the floor. Then push up as you hop your feet back to your hands, then jump in the air with hands to the sky.



Start in downward dog position, butt way up in the air; Bend the elbows to lower your upper body toward the floor, then push back up into downward dog position again.



Start standing in a wide straddle. Lower down on one leg as far as possible, trying to touch that calf to your butt. Push up, standing back up into the straddle position and lower on the other leg, then stand back up for one full rep.



Lie flat with arms stretched overhead and legs straight. At the same time, raise your arms and legs up and towards each other as high as you can, keeping legs and arms straight. Then lower back down to flat on the floor for one full rep.


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These workouts are meant for informational purposes only. Please do not attempt if you have any type of injury or condition in which workouts like this may be contraindicated without checking with your doctor first. I am not a physician nor a personal trainer.

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