Home Workout Series – Intermediate HIIT

Here’s another home workout for you guys! Seeing as the last one was more for our beginners, I figured it’s only fair that I post a couple of options for our intermediate and advanced readers too.

So, here’s an intermediate one for our slightly more seasoned gym go-ers or fitness fans. This one does involve a little bit more high impact exercises, so make sure you are warmed up properly to avoid any injuries! I recommend doing 3-4 static stretches (full body) and then a little bit of cardio to get the blood flowing (e.g. high knees / star jumps / speed squats etc.).

I suggest doing 3-4 rounds of this workout to really feel the benefits, however you may decide that you only want to do 1 or 2 and then add a finisher (one of my core blasters or something of your own maybe), which is totally fine too. Overall you want to aim to be doing about 20-28 minutes of effort in total. The timing I work at is 40 seconds work, 20 rest, but please modify if you need to.

Enjoy! x

Let’s Get Sweaty!

40 seconds work, 20 seconds rest. Repeat 3-4 times with a 30 seconds rest between each round.

  1. Star Jumps
  2. Push ups (knees or toes)
  3. Reverse lunges with knee drive
  4. Plank with shoulder taps
  5. Duck walks
  6. Bicycle crunches
  7. High knees
  8. Squat pulses (get that booty low!)

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