H I I T Cardio Circuit Workout by Hayley and Chris

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A quick easy to follow and effective Cardio HIT workout. One aim, maximum calories burned and maximum health benefits in minimum time. No time to train is no longer an excuse, if you wanna work out but have a hectic schedule then HIIT training is for you!

It’s a 2 minute round with 6 different exercises no equipment needed. Rest for 1min then repeat the round.

Interval training is a great tool to mix in with your regular exercise routine. Its health benefits will improve cardiovascular function and elevate your lactate threshold, meaning it will help towards increasing your training intensity for longer, maximising potential health and fitness benefits. Including this style of training will help to make endurance training easier and should help improve your overall pace.

Including this style of training will hall make your endurance training easier and should help improve your overall pace.

Pressup Plank Technique.
Maintain a straight line from the heel all the way through the top of the head. Hands on the floor, directly under the shoulders. Pull the bellybutton towards the spine to engage the transverse abdominis, this will raise intra abdominal pressure and help to support you spine. Slightly tilt the pelvis forward, do not let the hips drop or the back arch, maintain perfect technique and a neutral spine position. Don’t let that butt stick up in the air. As soon as technique starts to get shabby, you are done.

Burpee (no jump).
Working through the press-up plank position, belly button to spine, jump the feet in, stand up fully, hands down the jump the feet out fully to hit the press-up plank posit. Keep the feet at hip width.

Mountain Climbers.
Working through the press-up plank position, belly button to spine, pull the knee in towards the chest the change legs. Do not let the working foot hit the floor. Keep the feet light aim to make minimal noise.

Running On the Spot.
Work through the feet and knees staying light on the feet. THINK UP! Belly button to spine, working and stabilising that core. Pump the arms and get those knees up!

3 runs and a touch.
Running side to side, think quick feet. If running to the right the feet go right, left right, then touch the floor with the right hand. Good movement in the upper body, bring the torso upright in-between the touches. Make sure you do touch the floor.

Squat Jumps.
Keeping the feet and knees glued together. Work through the feet and knees staying light on the feet. THINK UP! Belly button to spine, working and stabilising that core. If it is too hard put a preparation jump in-between each tuck jump.

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