This week's FIRE IT UP cardio is going to rock your booty with resistance bands! This routine is made up of three different exercise using bands that you can find at your gym or any local or online sports store.
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There’s been an ongoing debate as to whether it’s better to do cardio before resistance training in the same workout session, or to do resistance training before cardio if you’re looking to build a lean and muscular physique. This article will tell you everything you need to know (and nothing you don’t) about how different sequences of concurrent training .
Hate cardio machines? Then this workout is for you! All you need is a barbell and some open space to get your sweat on. For this program, you’ll be doing as many as round as possible of barbell deadlifts and high knee runs within 15 mintues.
Move over boring cardio--finish your workout strong and burn serious calories with this high intensity circuit! For this program, we will be using a stability ball for all four exercises! There isn't specific number of rounds you must complete—the goal is to get in as many rounds as possible in 20 minutes.
Ever wondered why after exercise you can often feel less like eating? That’s because exercise elicits a serious of positive effects on your body and your metabolism that cannot just burn calories and fat, but also improve mood and effect appetite. If you’re wondering how HIIT can help you, keep reading.
This week’s HIIT routine combines burpees with a box or step for some serious intensity and core stability.
This week’s High Intensity Interval Training routine consists three exercises using resistance. I chose a lighter kettlebell (10 pounds), so I could move more quickly through the movements to focus on getting in a cardiovascular workout. This is a killer finishing circuit to add to the end of your workout! Burn, baby, burn!
If you want to burn fat fast for summer, try combining two to three days per week of interval training with three days per week of less strenuous low intensity, longer duration aerobics. This is a program that will help build fitness, cut fat, stick with your program and prevent injury.
This week’s High Intensity Interval Training routine is a grueling 3-part session, which utilizes a sandbag. Sandbag training is awesome for many reasons. Lifting the weight of the bag can be more challenging than using a barbell or dumbbell, because the center of mass is constantly shifting forcing more stabilization.