среда, 23 марта 2016 г.

Build Your Own HIIT Routine

Build Your Own HIIT Routine

Build Your Own HIIT Routine

This is a cool idea! Definitely can’t get bored or stuck with all these options

Thanks for sharing

This is great! No need to go to the gym without any clue of what you want to do Some days I don’t want to do my set routine so I try to find a hiit workout\u2026will definitely bookmark this!

Love this chart! It’s fun to be able to customize your HIIT workout to your preferences/abilities and this is a great way to visualize putting together a personalized routine. Thanks for sharing!

Great idea Heather, i have wondered a lot about this as it seems to be popular recently. My running does not leave much space for other activities, but I was interested to learn more Thanks for sharing #wowlinkup

What a cool way of laying this out! Like a Chinese menu for HIIT #wowlinkup

Love HIIT and love the idea of a customizable workout to beat boredom. Thanks for sharing! #wowlinkup

Great chart really creative! Glad it is working for you

I have a feeling my coach has HIIT in our near future this week as we start back with boot camp. Nice chart! #Wowlinkup

Hi Heather,

\u2018Do it yourself’ is always fun because it allows me to choose what I feel like doing at that moment, so I love your Build Your Own HIIT Routine and I am delighted that you shared it with us at the Healthy, Happy, Green and Natural Party Blog Hop. I appreciate it! Pinning and sharing this awesome HIIT routine!

So excited to try this out tomorrow, what a great idea! I also love that infographic you created, I’ve been thinking about making some and you just persuaded me to finally try it out.

Hello Heather! I linked to your site on my Total Body Strength Routine. I loved the way you formatted this workout so I created one inspired by the pick and choosing aspect. Have a wonderful day!

I love this! Can’t wait to make my own workout.

I love using HIIT for cross training! Thanks for the post! This will help keep my workouts fresh! #wowlinkup

*whine* But HIIT is so haaaaaard. LOL I suppose putting together my OWN workout would make it less terrible. Just have to convince my MonsterTrainer to let me switch it up!

Love the menu plan of choosing exercises to do. I have not been able to exercise since an illness and hospital stay 2 years ago that left me disabled, but if I could get back into it, that would be the way to go.

THIS is fabulous! I love HIIT, but if I don’t have it written down, I’ll forget, I actually used to carry with me to the gym a list of HIIT cardio options to do between sets

What a great chart! I love the tips!

All I want to do is run and yoga

do you incorporate a rest in between any of these HIIT routines?

I do Nicole. I usually do about a 30 second rest between exercises then a 1 minute rest between rounds. This allows for water or breathing breaks

I build my own HIIT sessions all the time. It’s the best way to get my cardio in quickly and efficiently. I am not a fan of running indoors but I still need to get it in. So, my coach says HIIT it up three times a week. I never do the same thing and HIIT provides a great way to vary it up.

Hello divas! I hope that you are having a fabulous week so far and are looking forward to the weekend ahead. I actually get to stay home this weekend and there will be fall temps outside so I am thrilled. Because of this, I plan on spending some time outdoors. But the weather does not always allow for that. When it gets super cold here in Tennessee, I want nothing more that to stay inside where it’s warm. I do manage to bundle up and make it outside for my runs but that’s about it (see my guide to winter running clothing and my tips to survive the cold). My cross-training is done indoors, though, and I like nothing better than high intensity interval workouts (see my benefits of HIIT workouts). So today, I thought it would be fun to share a fun new routine you can do from home -my Build Your Own HIIT Routine workout.

If you read the blog, you will know that I am a big fan of high intensity interval training (HIIT) as a cross-training exercise to go along with my running. It is a great way to get a full-body workout done in as little or as much time as you have to workout (see my tips for finding time to workout).

Today I thought that I would share something a little different and super fun with all of my readers. I am sharing my Build Your Own HIIT Routine workout. It is easy, effective and there are tons of ways to customize your training. This workout can be done with no equipment so it is great for when you are traveling or confined to small spaces. You may need a set of dumbbells or kettlebells depending which exercises you choose to do. Otherwise, simply follow the directions and have fun!

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