This cardio routine was a lot of fun for me, because it consists of jump roping and ball slams—two of my favorite exercises to perform. For this workout, you will need a 10lb sand-filled medicine ball and jump rope.
This week’s High Intensity Interval Training routine includes three plyometric exercises that'll have you be gasping for air right away! (In a good way, of course.)
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.
This workout builds muscle while you get in your cardio sweat! With the speed and small breaks, you’ll definitely be feeling the burn. All you will need is a kettlebell and any bench or step!
This week’s high intensity routine is a tough two-part session using a box or high step. (Pick a height that you are comfortable with and that challenges you.)
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.
This week’s High Intensity Interval Training includes four common plyometric exercises and a set of dumbbells to up the intensity!
There is a militant camp that believes high-intensity interval training (HIIT) is the absolute best means of achieving fat loss, accounting for total energy expenditure over a 24-hour period. It certainly works well for some people. But recent findings suggest that the extra calories burned during HIIT may not be coming from stored fat, and that HIIT training doesn’t make the body a 24-hour fat-burning machine compared to steady-state cardio.
This week’s high intensity routine involves lunges and lateral squats and makes a perfect finisher for a lower body training day. (Or, you can do it on its own for a quick burn and sculpt session!) For this program, the only equipment you need is a kettlebell or dumbbell. Try this anywhere with some open space!
A popular fat-loss strategy involves performing cardio first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. Seems like an ideal way to rev up fat loss, right? Unfortunately, logic doesn't necessarily translate into practice. In reality, there are several major issues with the strategy. Here's the skinny on why fasted cardio may not be all that it's cracked up to be…