Jump as High as You Can HIIT Workout


Workout equipment:

Workout type: 12 minute

Timer setting: 18 x :10 x :30

1. Double unders
2. Push ups
3. High knees w/ jump rope
4. Pistols
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:

Double unders: 55, 55, 54
Push ups: 14, 13, 13
High knees w/ jump rope: 99, 97, 92
Pistols (candlestick rolls): 8, 9, 8
High knees w/ jump rope: 98, 97, 103
V ups: 15, 14, 15

Did you do this workout?

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7 thoughts on “Jump as High as You Can HIIT Workout”

  1. Did a rope-less, knee-friendlier version (pistols still hurt my knees).

    Tuck jumps: 58/60/60
    Push ups: 33/35/35
    High knees: 140/142/142
    Air squats: 35/35/35
    High knees: 140/140/140
    V-ups: 18/19/19

    Worked on pull ups for a bonus. So close!

  2. Single unders: 70/68/52
    Push ups: 19/20/21
    High knees w/jump rope: 40/57/52
    Modified pistols: 6/7/7
    High knees w/jump rope: 34/63/60
    V-ups: 13/14/13

    It took me a while to get the coordination down on the high knees w/jump rope 🙂
    Also, how do you count the pistols? Do you do one leg for 30 seconds or switch? Thanks!

    • Candlestick pistol rolls are just a version of modified pistols that help you build up to doing the full thing. You can do negatives or hold onto something while doing a pistol instead. I should probably do a post on candlestick rolls 🙂


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