At Home Workout: Mixing HIIT Cardio With Bodyweight Training
March 18, 20202 min read
With many gyms being closed do to the Corona Virus, you may be wondering how to approach your workouts. It's actually pretty simple, and fun, to find ways that you can still get good results from. I personally think you should add in at least 30 minutes of some form of cardio per day.
We will be posting 4-5 workouts per week, revolving around bodyweight exercises. (that can also be followed with weights if you have them) If you need some sort of weight but don't have dumbells, even something like milk jugs could work! Most of the exercises will be different rep counts, but today's workout will be a full-body workout, with exercises that you will perform until failure.
Check out the other At-Home Workouts further down the page.
*In-between sets, you will perform a 15-30 second cardio exercise. Examples would be, jogging in place, jumping jacks, step-ups, jump rope or whatever you prefer.
We will do 5 sets, of 4 bodyweight exercises, followed by 4 different HIIT cardio exercises. Complete the Circuit for one set.
5 Sets Until Failure (1 Set = All 4 Exercises)
Push Ups Until Failure, Followed by Jumping Jacks 15-30 Seconds
Lateral Raises Until Failure, Followed by Jogging in-place/High Knees15-30 Seconds
Dips Until Failure, Followed by Step-Ups 15-30 Seconds
Bodyweight Squats, Followed by Jump Rope/Jump Squats 15-30 Seconds
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