Workout type: 12 minute
Timer setting: 12 x :10 x :50
1. Air squats
2. Pike push ups
3. Side lunges
4. Reptile push ups
Leave your reps in the comments below.
My reps for today’s workout:
Air squats: 32, 33, 32
Pike push ups: 23, 24, 23
Side lunges: 25, 24, 26
Reptile push ups: 24, 23, 22
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15 thoughts on “No-Equipment Silent HIIT Workout”
Awesome workout I’m drenched 🙂
I’ve not been able to get the bridge video to play? Anyone else having this issue?
Hmmm… I just looked at it and you’re right, it’s not working! I’ll look into it and hopefully it’ll be fixed soon.
Ok should be fixed now – thanks for pointing that out!
Great workout!! I’m not strong enough to bridges just yet (my back and core have always been my weakest area). I feel like I saw a post on what to do to build up to that, but now I can’t seem to find it. Do you have exercises I should work on conquering, so that I can eventually do bridges?
Yes, definitely! Here it is:
Just want to let folks know that although I do my own HIIT workouts at a nearby MMA studio, I also watch Krista’s videos everyday to gauge my progress and get inspired to do more.
So cool, Maryanne… MMA + HIIT are an awesome combination 🙂
You are cute, Krista. Silent? Really? Surely you meant silent apart from the huffing,puffing and groaning of the exercising individual. Loved it!
Exactly 🙂 No jumping or thumping at least.
I actually did this workout in a hotel room while my hubby was sleeping and didn’t wake him up! But yes, I did have to try and breathe quieter…
Did a version of it after a back/calf/hip flexor/rotator cuff warmup.
3 circuits of: 1. Air squats 2. Pike push ups 3. Side lunges 4. Reptile push ups
5. V-Ups 6. Reverse Pushups.
Woozy. Nauseous. Already sore. Just what we want.
Love it 🙂
Did this last night with the boyfriend as I tried to explain HIIT, “Go as hard as you can in the on time, and rest and breath in the off time.”
He replied, “I hate it when people say that, go as hard as you can. It doesn’t mean anything.”
So then we did the workout and I spouted as much encouragement as I could through my grunting and panting… he eventually had to take his shirt off so I’m guessing he decided to “go as hard as he could”. Reptile push-ups killed us!
Haha I love that! Glad you got him to push hard 🙂
I have a knee injury that prevents me from doing a lot of exercises, I do use a stability ball, but wondered if you have any ideas for HIT exercises I can do?