HIIT cardio


Sunday 3/26

30 secs cardio/50 secs max reps

  1. Bicep Curl R
  2. Bicep Curl L
  3. Pump Handle Abs
  4. Tricep Dips
  5. Superman Heel Tap
  6. Shoulder Push Up
  7. Plank Side Crunch
  8. Tricep KB R
  9. Tricep KB L
  10. Cobra Push Up
  11. Side Plank Reach R
  12. Side Plank Reach L
  13. Slow Leg Extension Circles
  14. Shoulder Press
  15. Isolated Tricep Press R
  16. Isolated Tricep Press L
  17. Bent Over Row
  18. Double Leg Lift
  19. Knee Taps
  20. 1 Minute Plank

My workout was okay. I was stressed and it showed. I kept tripping up and I had a hard time holding the plank exercises. 



#Burnuary Workout — 16-minute Tabata HIIT

anonymous asked:

JAX-SENPAI HELP!!! I'm snowed in. I cant get to the gym! What can I do for cardio at home since I cant jog, swim or use the stairclimber?

Cardio at home when SNOWed in is pretty simple in 4 ways. 

1) If you have a Jump Rope you can just skip for 20-30 mins or get some HIIT Cardio in 15 minutes with it

2) BURPEES. Heres a fun challenge try doing Burpees for 15 mins. THOSE WILL WEAR YOUR ASS OUT no MATTER HOW TOUGH YOU ARE! 
Heres a quick workout Do 20 Burpees
then after you finish rest 20 seconds
Then do 19 Burpees, rest 20 seconds and keep doing that until you have 1 burpee left. That shit will wear you out and you can always add more

Originally posted by radicalmuscle

3) If you have bad knees you can always shadowbox, pretending you’re fighting someone imaginary its great cardio

4) If you have a bad shoulder and bad knees you can easily just walk in place or use your stairs to do step ups but it has to be for 40 mins - 1hour for an effective LISS workout


Some Good ol Fashioned Yoga would also do your body good

Hope that helps


Low-Impact Beginner HIIT Workout


Part One of MFit’s Bikini Bootcamp … get ready for some FAT BURNING cardio!

Treadmill Intervals

Get Faster While Burning Belly Fat

Spice up your cardio and target belly fat with intervals! This 30-minute treadmill workout plays with speed and changes minute to minute. Playing with speed like this not only improves your overall running stamina, but it also increases the calories you burn when the workout is over.

As always, feel free to adjust the speed up or down as necessary; just make sure you’re challenging yourself.