- Home Workouts
If you like variety, this workout is for you!
No repeater means you don’t repeat the moves like you typically do in circuit workouts.
When it comes to HIIT workouts at home, normally I’m all about repeating exercises. Repetition pushes the muscles to fatigue, which ultimately builds muscle.
That said, I also believe it’s good to mix things up. Especially if you need extra motivation to workout at home.
Variety helps keep me engaged. So on the days I need a little extra motivation to workout (typically towards the end of the week), I do this no repeats HIIT workout.
No repeats = you don’t repeat the exercises like you normally do in circuit workouts.
This HIIT workout consists of 21 DIFFERENT full body exercises. It looks like this:
There’s a combination of dumbbell strength training exercises and bodyweight HIIT exercises, but you only do each exercise once. That’s what makes this a NO REPEATS Workout!
So if there’s a move you love to hate (it’s push ups for me), you only have to do it one time in this 30 minute HIIT workout.
Your body (and your brain) stay busy for the entire HIIT workout.
This is an intense, full body HIIT workout with weights.
Hitting every major muscle group in the body with large, multi-functional exercises in each circuit.
The calorie burn of this workout is high. I personally burned over 400 calories.
That said, calorie burn varies from person to person.
This workout combines strength training exercises and fat burning high intensity interval training (HIIT), so you can expect to burn 10-14 calories per minute. Giving you a total burn of 300-420 calories in this 30 minute HIIT workout.
HIIT workouts are good for weight loss.
Bust through fitness plateaus with this boredom-busting HIIT workout. This fast-paced workout consists of 21 DIFFERENT full body exercises.
The workouts starts with dumbbell strength training and progresses to HIIT cardio. It’s 30 minutes of fire!
As always, you can scale this workout to a more moderate intensity by taking low-impact modifications offered in the workout video.
A medium-to-heavy set of dumbbells and an optional chair or bench (for the first circuit).
Follow along with the 30 minute HIIT workout video lead by certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor, Lindsey Bomgren.
The workout looks like this:
Circuit one has the longest work time and shortest rest time (45 seconds work, 15 seconds rest).
As the workout progresses the work time decreases and the recovery time increases (to match your energy levels).
Alternatively, use the exercise outline below to work at your own pace.
(1 minute rest)
(1 minute rest)
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