Workout type: 12 minute
Timer setting: 18 x :10 x :30
1. High knees w/ jump rope
2. Elevated push ups
3. Step ups
4. Triceps dips
5. High knees w/ jump rope
6. V ups
Leave your reps/time/number of rounds in the comments below.
My reps for today’s workout:
High knees w/ jump rope: 98, 96, 92
Elevated push ups: 15, 14, 15
Step ups: 12, 11, 12
Dips: 14, 13, 12
High knees w/ jump rope: 96, 92, 94
V ups: 14, 15, 15
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9 thoughts on “Holiday Fat Burner HIIT Workout”
Wow!! -ave 95, 15,10,95, 12 sweating buckets
It would be cool if there were a “random workout” button here… I find it a bit hard to browse thought the archive workouts.
For now I’m planning to do your FFS program, and hope that when I’m ready there will be ether the android app or the random button available;-)
The iPhone app has randome workouts. It’s pretty cool. I put it on my iPad and it works fine. I wish there was an android version too for my galaxy s4.
In the works… sorry for the delay you guys! These things take a lot of time and money, but I promise I haven’t forgotten about you Android folks 🙂
Good idea, Alina! I’m planning on doing a big redesign of the site this next year… I’ll keep that in mind! And awesome!
How do you guys do this? I was only at 8 minutes and I thought that I was going to throw up. And that was with frequent pauses on the timer. Albeit it was my first HIIT workout, I just don’t know if I have what it takes. I’m feeling so weak. How do you push yourself through that kind of thing? I am a gymnast, and that was harder than most workouts I do with my team. I want to cry, and not just because my body hurts.
It’s mental. I ignore my body and just keep pushing to the finish. I’m no athlete, but I’ve been working my ass off to lose weight and I’ll be damned if I’m gonna give up. I push myself to the end. I think, what’s a few more minutes, what else better do I have to do? Nothing! Stick with it and finish. In the long run you’ll be better for it. That’s what I tell myself. Don’t cry, there is nothing to cry about. You’re doing something good to your body. So what if it hurts, hurt means change, hurt means progress, hurt means you haven’t given up. Good luck.
That was pretty awesome! I will be following these workouts from now on!
High knees w/ jump rope: 88, 82, 98
Elevated push ups: 15, 11, 8
Step ups: 15, 11, 24
Dips: 16, 11, 14
High knees w/ jump rope: 88, 80, 81
V ups: 24, 30, 20
Nice work Megan!!! Way to really push yourself.