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Beginner HIIT Challenge

Beginner HIIT Challenge

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Beginner HIIT Challenge
  • HIIT Challenge: Watch First

  • Day 1: Barefoot HIIT

    You get the best of both worlds with this workout! The benefits of both high intensity exercise (increased metabolic demand) + the benefits of lower impact exercise (fine tune smaller muscle groups that are often overlooked). No equipment needed.

  • Day 2: Low Impact Tabata HIIT

    This is one of those workout based on giving you a mental release and bettering heart health! We will use 8 different cardio moves to elevate the heart rate for a high-energy, low-impact cardio workout! Tabata-style 20 seconds go-time and 10 second recovery intervals. No equipment needed.

  • Day 3: Full Body HIIT

    This HIIT workout uses compound exercises - recruiting multiple muscle groups in one exercise - for a higher metabolic demand. This High Intensity Interval Training format is for all levels. You choose how many reps you can do in 45 seconds, followed by a 15 second recovery, completing 12 exercis...

  • Day 4: Rest Day

    Rest days are equally as important as "work" days! Think of your rest day as a leisure or active recovery day, not a sedentary-do-no-activity day. Rest helps muscles recover and reduces micro trauma in muscles. In general some movement also reduces soreness, increases blood flow and reduces some ...

  • Day 5: Basic HIIT A

    This HIIT workout alternates toning with cardiovascular exercises for a complete workout. This High Intensity Interval Training format is for all levels. You choose how many reps you can do in 45 seconds, followed by a 15 second recovery, completing 10 exercises in all. Equipment needed: one set ...

  • Day 6: Outdoor Exercise

    Outdoor exercise is so beneficial! The outdoor elements - hills, sunshine, wind resistance - cannot be replicated indoors. Research shows people exert themselves more outdoors + you get the sunshine vitamin, also known as vitamin D.

  • Day 7: Rest Day

    Rest days are equally as important as "work" days! Think of your rest day as a leisure or active recovery day, not a sedentary-do-no-activity day. Rest helps muscles recover and reduces micro trauma in muscles. In general some movement also reduces soreness, increases blood flow and reduces some ...

  • Day 8: Basic HIIT B

    This HIIT workout alternates toning with cardiovascular exercises for a complete workout. This High Intensity Interval Training format is for all levels. You choose how many reps you can do in 45 seconds, followed by a 15 second recovery. Equipment needed: one set of weights.

  • Day 9: Barefoot Cardio HIIT

    A gentle cardio HIIT workout. No equipment needed.

  • Day 10: Total Body Tabata

    Tabata circuit for the whole body! Perform 8 exercises full-out for 20 seconds, then recover for 10 seconds. No equipment needed.

  • Day 11: Rest Day

    Rest days are equally as important as "work" days! Think of your rest day as a leisure or active recovery day, not a sedentary-do-no-activity day. Rest helps muscles recover and reduces micro trauma in muscles. In general some movement also reduces soreness, increases blood flow and reduces some ...

  • Day 12: Barefoot HIIT

    See & feel the improvements since Day 1. We repeat the barefoot HIIT workout getting the benefits of both high intensity exercise (increased metabolic demand) + the benefits of lower impact exercise (fine tune smaller muscle groups that are often overlooked). No equipment needed.

  • Day 13: Outdoor Exercise

    Outdoor exercise is so beneficial! The outdoor elements - hills, sunshine, wind resistance - cannot be replicated indoors. Research shows people exert themselves more outdoors + you get the sunshine vitamin, also known as vitamin D.

  • Day 14: What's Next?

    How can I serve you? You've completed an MIF program and are wondering which one is next. Fill out the entire survey below, or pick and choose which questions you’d like to answer. I will then email what I think serves your body, time commitment and lifestyle best. I am not always on top of my em...

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