I love, love, love workouts that are a set amount of reps that I just need to finish as quickly as I can. I find that I push myself more on these type of HIIT workouts because I know that the faster I go, the faster I am done. Motivation to just get in and get done.
I also love, love, love at home workouts that require little equipment. One of the best investments that you can make for your home gym is a set of dumbbells. You can honestly get them just about anywhere, and they are relatively expensive. You […]
Bat wings, bingo wings, chicken wings…whatever kind of wings you want to call them…no one likes under arm flab!
Workout Type: Finisher
Total workout time: 9 minutes
Equipment Required: Bench, Suspension Trainer
Posted in Arms
Tagged with: Arm Exercises
, At home Workouts
, Circuit Training
, exercise at home
, HIIT workout
, How to get rid of arm flab
, Interval Training
, Triangle Push-ups
, Tricep Dips
, Tricep Exercises
, Tricep Extension
This workout requires only bodyweight and very little space so it can be done anywhere!
Work Out Type: Full Length HIIT
Total workout time: 20 minutes
Equipment Required: None
The popularity of high intensity interval training, commonly referred to as HIIT, is on the rise, and there is good reason!
HIIT it is an exercise technique in which you give maximum effort for a short burst, followed by short, sometimes active, recovery periods. This technique can be utilized with all different modes of exercise, such as running, swimming, strength training, etc. The intense work periods range from 5 seconds to 8 minutes long, and the ratio between exercise and rest/recovery varies, but a very common ratio is 1:1 – so for example, you could do 2 minutes of high intensity […]
As a trainer for women, I hear similar goals, and one of the most common is for flat abs – getting rid of “belly pooch” so to speak. Unfortunately, there are a lot of misconceptions in achieving a flat stomach. Here are some secrets behind abs for women and a strong core in general.
– First, core must be defined. The muscles that compromise the core are not merely your abdominal muscles. Yes, it certainly includes your transverse and rectus abdominus – the stomach muscles from your sternum to waist – but it also includes muscles of your back (lats), sides […]