So you made your New Year's resolution. Now comes the hard part: sticking with it.
If you're like many go-getters during this time of the year, you'll start off strong and more often than not, will fall short of what you wanted to accomplish. Would you like to set yourself up for success, be able to accomplish your fitness routine or exercise goals with a shorter workout, add more variety, and get results? Of course you do.
This type of program, high-intensity interval training, can vary based on how well your exercise and physical fitness base is. If you're just starting out, then do as many repetitions as you can. It's OK if you can only do 10 repetitions. You'll want to work your way up to doing the goal number. If you're a seasoned veteran, then go for it. If you need to rest, then listen to your body and stop for awhile.
Below is an all-bodyweight workout routine that's based on high-intensity interval training (HIIT). Remember, go at a pace that allows you to control your form. Don't go overboard, and always play it safe, especially if you're a novice. Make sure to breathe and get your heart rate up.
12 HIIT Bodyweight Cardio Moves That Burn Fat Fast
Note: Always speak with your doctor before beginning any new fitness program.
Stay in shape in a fitness class.