Wed. Apr 14th, 2021

Tabata HIIT workouts are one of the most efficient ways to burn a maximum amount of calories in a minimum amount of time. The best part is that they activate EPOC which is a system that will continue burning calories for up to 24 hours after the workout ends. For this 12-Minute No-Repeat HIIT workout, I had my husband throw on a heart rate monitor to track his calories during the 12-minute workout and for 20 minutes after the workout while he rested. He burned 250 calories in that amount of time. Nice!

Another bonus benefit of this workout is that it’s a variation of peripheral heart action circuit training, meaning we’ll alternate between upper- and lower-body exercises to warm up our whole bodies and improve our circulation.

There are beginner modifications included in this workout. They are low-impact. Low-impact doesn’t mean low-intensity! You’ll still break a sweat if you choose to do them at any point!

No equipment is needed for this workout, but feel free to add resistance bands or weights if you want to take it to the next level 🤝

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