Two Free HIIT Workouts I Use with My Clients

Two Free HIIT Workouts I Use with My Clients

Hey, guys!

I probably seem like a distant memory at this stage with this blog.  I hope you are all well and as cliche, as it sounds, I cannot believe that it is nearly April!

I am still working on things and pursuing other projects both personally and professionally.  I have a new coaching site and blog that you can check out and follow on Instagram.  It’s still early days, but it’s one of a couple of projects I am putting time and energy into behind the scenes.

I just spent nearly two weeks sick as a dog with the flu/cold/bronchitis/stomach trauma.  Good times! :/

Every single time I get sick like that, I am reminded how much it depresses me when I can’t exercise and have little energy.

Being forced to rest and take time out always makes me ponder how I used to be so unhappy before I made taking care of my health a top priority.

With the seasons changing and better weather on the way, people are looking for new workouts.  Or emailing me because for people I know I am the “on-call/go-to” when it comes to looking for a place to start feeling better.

I thought I would share two free HIIT workouts I use with my clients.

I am a big fan of getting in 3-4 HIIT  workouts per week for whatever your fitness and health goals may be.  One of the great things about HIIT is that it is scaleable.

What is an all out effort for you, might not be for the person next to you, but you get out of your workouts what you put into them, and these two workouts give you an opportunity to challenge yourself, have fun, and add some variety to your usual workout schedule?

They also require little to no equipment and space, so if you’ve got 30 minutes, you’re ready to go!

I hope everyone is doing well and keeping their spirits high in these transitional and challenging times in the world.

Believe it or not, despite the negativity out there, the past few months have reminded me that we are all responsible for our hustle and that our voices and actions can make a difference.

Be well and let me know if you try these out (or PIN them for later!).

Two Free HIIT Workouts I Use with My Clients

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If you like this workout you should check out my workout programs curated by me through Booya Fitness!  

How is spring going for you so far?

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5 Moves For A Rockin’ Bod

Happy Tuesday, #FitFam!  First, I want to say Happy Blog Anniversary, again, to Jessica at The Fit Switch!  It’s SO hard to believe your blog is so young, Jess.  You’re killing it, girl!  How do you like that virtual “high five”?

(Isn’t that what we used to do on Myspace? Omg, Myspace, remember that?  I think Justin Timberlake owns it now.  I know, I’m random!) Today I’m linking up with Jessica and Jill for #DishTheFit and today’s optional topic is “your favorite QUICK workout.”  I’m going to tell you mine, and you can do it in less time than it takes to make sense of my blog posts!

 

My favorite quick workout is one that I built on IDEA FitnessConnect through their “Workout Builder” which has been a lifesaver when planning workout profiles.  If you’re a fitness professional, the IDEA FitnessConnect Workout Builder is AH-MAY-ZING and you need to be using it! Post idea, much?

5 Moves For A Rockin’ Bod

Okay, for this workout you will need a set of dumbbells (or several sets ranging from 5-10 lbs).  This workout is moderate to high intensity, but remember to push yourself within your fitness range.  The objective of this workout is to push yourself to get the most out the 15 minutes, but not to injure yourself.  Please be sure to perform these moves with perfect form, and as with any workout on BPM, please check with your physician to see if this workout is right for you before attempting it.  You can access the workout details (and modifications) here.

5 Moves For A Rockin' Bod Workout

 

You can burn up to 400 calories with this workout in under 20 minutes.  It’s perfect for when you’re crunched for time but want to work your whole body quickly!  I did this yesterday and burned 369 calories (not to mention HUNDREDS post-workout) doing this circuit! (I apologize for the blurry image, but I took it right after, and my arms were like JELLY!)

You don’t need a lot of time to work your body and jump start your metabolism; you just need perfect form and the right moves!

 

What’s your favorite quick workout?  Are you a fan of quick workouts or do you always make the time for longer?  Join the conversation and #DishTheFit with Jessica and Jill!

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