High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is a more effective way to burn calories and lose fat for healthy individuals as explained in my previous post (link here). Below is a circuit for those who hate sprints. Just a warning you may hate these even more! My clients dread these babies. This workout was a staple during my boxing conditioning because both cardio and muscle endurance are important in boxing. I like to call these olympic rounds. Love 'em or hate 'em, get 'em done and embrace the grind!
Click here for an enlarged spreadsheet. Workout A actually continues to 6 rounds, but begin with 2 rounds and ease into more rounds as your fitness adventure progresses. Workout A alternates upper body and lower body rounds. Workout B is full body and shorter, but longer rounds.
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