Tabata, or not tabata…that is the question.
Today’s tabata workout is a full body experience. You’ll start with some abs, then hit your arms, and finally work out your legs for a sweet 3-in-1 deal!
Just a refresher: Tabata workouts feature 8 rounds of work per station. Each round is 20 seconds of maximum effort, and you rest for 10 seconds in between rounds.
Not sure you can keep up the pace? Don’t worry! You can go at your own pace; just make sure your form is always on point.
Let us know how effective this workout is in the comments below!
Primary Movement – V Ups – Lie flat on your back with your legs straight out and together. Lift your legs straight into the air while you attempt to touch your toes. Keep your arms and legs as straight as you can!
Secondary Movement – Bicycles – Lie flat on your back with your legs planted flat on the ground. Pump your left leg towards your chest while you attempt to touch your knee with your opposite elbow. Switch sides!
Primary Movement – Plank Opposite Knee -> Elbow – Start in the push-up position. Keeping your arms locked, jump and split your legs, then bring them back to starting position. Next, drive your right leg in towards your left hand, then switch.
Secondary Movement – Mountain Climbers – Start in the push-up position. Drive one leg in towards your chest. Alternate legs.
Primary Movement – Plyo Box Split Squats – Place one foot on the plyo box (on your toes) and plant your other foot on the ground so that you’re facing away from the box. Squat with the leg on the ground.
Secondary Movement – Plyo Box Lateral Stepover – Start with one leg on the plyo box with your other leg planted flat on the side of the box. Step onto the box with the grounded leg. Right as that foot is about to land on the box, step off on the other side with the other leg. Alternate legs.
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