Per Bernal / M + F magazine
If you want to be fit and healthy all around, you have to put crash diets and overtraining on the road. I want you to be strong enough for anything in life, whether you're hoping on a wakeboard or riding a quad. When I put together this full-body HIIT routine, I desperately wanted to get back to basics.
It's a common misconception that you have to spend hours every day at the gym to see results. In reality, you can work out less than an hour a day as long as you stay in sync with your entire fitness program. For each block (exercises labeled A and B), perform 10 repetitions for each movement in sequence, rest for 30 seconds and repeat this twice before proceeding to the next block.
Joel Freeman is a Beachbody Super Trainer and developer of LIIFT4, an eight-week Dumbbell and HIIT program. Check it out on beachbodyondemand.com.
NoTopics: Intensive Interval Training (HIIT) Intensive Training