This 20-Minute Tabata Workout Beats an Hour on the Treadmill

 
By 7 September 2017
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You should be aware that this a 20-minute workout could give you better results than 60 minutes on the treadmill! We are speaking here about Tabata. The Tabata as a form of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) has been proven to torch serious calories.

How to do: Each round lasts four minutes and requires 20 seconds less intensity, followed by 10 seconds of rest. It should be repeated in eight times, and no more. Perform all moves and repeat the circuit four times.

That is about 100 percent max intensity for every burpee, mountain climber and tuck jump. Due to these inspired intervals, you will boost your metabolism and get you, fitter, faster.

Ready to sweat? Be prepared to burn serious calories.

1. High Knees


A) Start in standing position

B) Driving your knees towards your chest, run in place. Keeping your arms on the hips try to go as fast as you can

2. Froggers

A) Start in a plank position, then jump your feet towards your hands, while your chest up and your butt is below your knees

B) Exploding back to plank position

Repeat as many times as you can for 20 sec.

3. Speed Skaters


A) Start standing with your feet hips-distance apart. Jumping to the right, bring your left leg behind your body

B) Jumping to the left, bring your right foot behind your body

Repeat as many times as you can for 20 sec.

4. Plank Jack + Knee Tuck


A) Start in a plank position with shoulders, wrists and elbows all in line

B) Jump both feet out at the same time (like jack), then bring them back together

A) Jump your knees between your hands, then back to plank.

Repeat as many times as you can for 20 sec.

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