We thought we would document the 5 best HIIT circuits/routines we have either done and/or want to do in the future. Why? Well I’ve gone into HIIT before but to simplify it, HIIT(ing) isn’t so bad because;
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So what are these five illustrious circuits? Well I am glad you asked…
5 circuits to rule them all… 5 of the best HIIT circuits which will make your drawl.
I recommend you do three circuits a week and I promise you after 4 weeks you will see and feel a difference!
1st the worse:
- 30 seconds of burpess
- 30 seconds of star jumps
- 30 seconds of press ups
- 30 seconds of lunges
- 30 seconds of mountain climbers
- 30 seconds of Russian twist
Make sure you have a 30 seconds rest between each exercise and 2 minute break after completing all exercises. Look to do 2 or more sets!
2nd the best:
- 30 seconds sprint
- 45 seconds squat jumps
- Lunges 20 reps each leg
- Calf raises for 50 reps.
Rest for 1- 2 minutes after you have finished all the exercises. Look to complete as many sets as possible!
3rd the one with the hairy chest:
- 15 second dead mill sprint
- Repeat 10 times with a minute break in between
After completing 10 reps have a 2 minute break and start again. 2 sets to 4 recommended…
HIIT circuit number 4 (I ran out of rhymes):
- 20 seconds rowing as fast as possible – 10 seconds rest. Repeat 8 times.
Have a 2 minute rest the repeat again. 2 sets or more recommended!
HIIT circuit number 5:
- Find a road sprint as fast as you can each time to a lamppost walk to the next. Repeat.
Aim for 15 minutes of exercise – however increase it dependant on fitness level.
I hope the above helps you to sweat like a dyslexic on countdown. And one thing I can promise, while not easy, it is a great way to start you down the journey of health and fitness!
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