Easiest home HIIT workout of the year, if you ask me 😳

This week we really turned up the heat on our muscle groups, isolating first our lower and then our upper bodies with each set of HIIT exercises. Really, it was a beautiful thing: just when you thought your legs couldn’t handle one more squat, or your arms couldn’t handle one more push-up, it would be time to switch to the other muscle group.

This workout is full of plyometrics and bodyweight exercises, all timed out in a way that will promote cardiovascular health, weight loss, strength building and general badassery.

Any of that☝🏼 in your New Year’s Resolution? So, uh, go get after it already! And if you do the workout, please let me know what you think in the comments section!

Sign-Up for HIIT Class

My HIIT workouts are designed so they can be done on your own, wherever you are, without needing weights or other exercise equipment. But I promise you you'll push yourself harder—and have a lot more fun—in one of my classes. Join us next Tuesday from 6:30-7:30pm at Central Rock Gym in Randolph, MA.

Home HIIT Workout

  1. Stretch & Warm Up
  2. 10/15/20
  3. The HIIT Workout: Broken up into two sets, each consisting of eight exercises. Do each exercise in set #1 set for 30-seconds at max intensity, taking a 10-second rest between exercises. Rest for 1-minute before moving onto set #2. Repeat 3x.

Set #1

Heismann Shuffle

Squat Pops

Lunge Pops (Left)

Lunge Pops (Right)

Triple Threats

Suicides

Toe Tap Hops

Figure Skaters

Set #2

1-2-3 Ab Burpees

Push-Ups

Elbow Plank Jacks

Wide Arm Push-Ups

Grasshoppers

Tricep Pushups

Up & Overs

Seal Push-Ups

4. Happy Abs: Spend 10-15 minutes burning out with an ab workout, or—if you simply must know what happy abs are—join us next Tuesday night for HIIT from 6:30-7:30pm at Central Rock Gym in Randolph, or Wednesday night from 6:15-6:45pm for my ab-focused class.