Get Ready For Summer 12 Minute HIIT Workout (Equipment-Free!)

get ready for summer HIIT workout

I have no idea how this year has gone by so fast, but somehow, it’s almost summer—so we’ve got to start working out like it is.

And we’re going to start with today’s Get Ready For Summer 12 Minute HIIT Workout!

This workout requires ZERO equipment, so you can do it in a park, in your back yard, in your apartment, or wherever you have a tiny bit of space. And you don’t need anything but your own body to do it.

Here’s what you’re going to be doing:

You’ll need to set an interval timer for 18 rounds of :10 and :30 intervals. You’ll be resting on the :10 intervals, then rotating between the following exercises on the :30 ones:

1. Burpee tuck jumps
2. Wide Push Ups
3. Snowboarder jumps
4. Walking lunges
5. Burpee lateral jumps
6. Pike jumps

And remember, you need to work as hard as you possibly can to get the most out of this workout! So don’t hold anything back—it’s only 12 minutes you guys. You can do it!

And don’t forget, Android and iPhone users, if you want this workout to appear in the 12 Minute HIIT Workout app, make sure to subscribe as a Super Athlete. You can do so by getting the latest update to the app, then clicking on the New Workouts alert on the home screen. Or, just go to the Workouts tab and click on Latest Workouts to sign up.

Work hard and have fun!!!

Workout instructions

 

Workout equipment:

Workout type: 12 minute

Timer setting: 18 x : 10 x :30

1. Burpee tuck jumps
2. Wide Push Ups
3. Snowboarder jumps
4. Walking lunges
5. Burpee lateral jumps
6. Pike jumps

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Did you do this workout?

2 thoughts on “Get Ready For Summer 12 Minute HIIT Workout (Equipment-Free!)”

  1. Hi Krista – First off – LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your site & philosophy. You’ve really changed how I approach my own fitness plan (I work SUPER long days and I can’t tell you how wonderfully your 12 & 16 minute circuits fit into my life…. working out is so important to me: keeps me sane, balanced, happy!).

    Using the comment box here to ask a question: why wide pushups? Are these more for chest? I ask bc I’ve been coached to keep elbows closer to the body for ‘regular’ push ups and so I’m pleased to see an opportunity to add some pushup variation, but was wondering what the difference is in muscle articulation here (aka – where is this going to hurt??)

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