The following is an excerpt from HIIT for Women by Sean Bartram.
These introductory routines are designed to get you started with high-intensity interval training by introducing base exercises and common routine formats in a way that is varied and challenging without being overwhelming. Get things rolling with lower impact exercises, shorter routines and longer rest periods. Remember the golden rule during each of these routines: form first and speed second.
Easy Does HIIT
Total Time: 9:00
These four classic and simple HIIT exercises provide a total body workout at a 2:1 work-to-rest ratio, which means you’ll be working for twice as long as you rest. Push hard, have fun and let’s HIIT IT!
Repeat the set three times. Rest for one minute after each set.
For both squats and pushups, depth is far more important than speed. If you need to, perform the pushups from your knees.
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