Push yourself to your limit for this 30-minute full-body HIIT workout that is suitable for all ages and abilities and can be scaled up for down accordingly. Gradually increase the heart rate and loosen up the body with a quick warm-up. Then work as hard as you can with a series of strength and ca...
This 30-minute HIIT will get your heart rate up and leave you feeling pumped. Tan’s included a variety of different training styles to keep your body as well as your mind working at full capacity. Start with 3 rounds of 3 supersets, then see how high you can climb the AMRAP ladder, move on to a T...
A sweaty 20-minute workout to get your whole body moving at a high intensity. Tan will keep you on your toes with a range of training styles, from AMRAPs to ladders:
Block 1 – 2-minute AMRAP of 8 twists, 8 plank jacks, 8 jumping lunges (then 6 reps in 90 seconds, then 4 reps in 60 seconds)
Get your body moving from head to toe as you raise your heart rate with this 30-minute workout. The session is split into 4 blocks, and you’ll do 3 rounds of high-intensity exercises in each block:
Block 1 – 10 burpees in 30 seconds
Block 2 – tuck jump and jack, in and out squat, plank jacks/donk...
This 20-minute session has plenty of moves to keep you on your toes – in more ways than one! In each sequence you’ll do two exercises back to back for 20 seconds each, followed by a 10-second break. The first exercise is to prime and load up the muscles and the second is about power and speed. Yo...
Natalie will put you through your paces with this heart-pumping 25-minute HIIT session.The first block is 30 seconds per exercise and it’s in a pyramid style. That means you’ll do one exercise, move on to the next, then go back to the first exercise, repeat the second exercise, add on a third exe...
A 20-minute HIIT session guaranteed to make you sweat. It’s split into 2 blocks, which have 4 exercises in each that you’ll cycle through 3 times. In block 1 you’ll do each exercise for 30 seconds with no breaks, but a short recovery between rounds. In block 2 is Tabata style, so you’ll do 20 sec...
Target all your major muscle groups while getting your heart rate up with this 20-minute session. For parts 1 and 2 you’ll be doing 2 rounds of 5 exercises – 30 seconds on, 10 seconds off, and for part 3’s Tabata you’ll be doing 4 rounds of 2 exercises – 20 seconds on, 10 seconds:
Part 1 and 2 – ...
Tone your whole body while working your heart and lungs with this 30-minute HIIT session. You’ll be doing 3 exercises for 30 sections each, followed by a 20-second active recovery, before switching up the exercises 2 more times in each section:
Part 1 and 3 – sumo squat jumps, close grip push-ups...
Ideal for HIIT beginners, or if you just want to take it easy, this 20-minute class will slowly raise your heart rate. Start with some simple jumps and side steps and build up to lunges and slow burpees.
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This 20-minute HIIT session will target several muscle groups while raising your heart rate. You’ll be doing 20 seconds on, 10 seconds off for 8 rounds in each superset, alternating between each of the 2 exercises.
Superset 1 – thrusters and hand-release push-ups
Superset 2 – burpees and V-sits
Increase your heart rate and burn those calories with this 20-minute HIIT session:
Part 1 – AMRAP (as many rounds as possible) in 2 minutes: 5 crawl-out donkey kicks, 10 squat switches and 15 ankle-touch star jumps
Part 2 – 45 seconds on, 15 seconds off: side-shuffle knee ups, burpee overhead rea...
For this workout you’ll be doing 2 exercises back to back – 30 seconds on, 30 seconds off – for 6 rounds before switching up:
Part 1 – squat reaches and plank walk-ups
Part 2 – half burpees and forward lunges with rotation
Part 3 – Russian twists and glute bridge leg lifts.
Work your whole body in this Tabata-style session with 8 rounds of 2 exercises in each section – 20 seconds on, 10 seconds off:
Part 1 – jumping lunges and mountain climbers
Part 2 – V-sits and burpees
Part 3 – hand-release push-ups and planks with rotation.
This workout involves 3 rounds of 2 exercises – 30 seconds on and 15 seconds off – for each section:
Part 1 – skater hops and plank walk-ups
Part 2 – down ups and butterfly sit-ups
Part 3 – wall sit and wall mountain climbers.
For each section of this workout you’ll be doing 8 rounds of 2 exercises, alternating between them:
Part 1 – hand-release push-ups and flutter kicks
Part 2 – jumping lunges and bicycle crunches
Part 3 – burpees into a squat jumps and plank walk-ups.
This workout includes 3 pairings of strength and cardio exercises with 3 rounds of each – 30 seconds on, 15 seconds off:
Part 1 – wall sit and squat jumps
Part 2 – crunch hold and mountain climbers
Part 3 – plank and burpees.
In this session you’ll be focussing on one high-intensity exercise for 20 seconds, followed by 10 seconds of rest, for 8 rounds. You’ll start with burpees, before moving on to air squats, and finally V-sits.
Can you get through 120 push-ups? First you’ll need to complete a buy in of 10 half burpees and 15 air squats. And if you have to break your push-ups, you’ll have to do the buy in round again before you can carry on. Good luck!
Challenge yourself with a 15-minute ascending ladder of burpees and air squats. The burpees go up in 1s and the air squats in 2s, so first you’ll do 1 burpee and 2 air squats, then 2 burpees and 4 air squats, and so on.
Work your legs, glutes and core as you alternate between 2 exercises for 8 rounds – 20 seconds on, 10 seconds off – for each section:
Part 1 – wall sit and air squats
Part 2 – glute bridge hold and leg lowers
Part 3 – split squat on both sides.
If you have any injuries or joint issues, this workout is for you – it may be high intensity, but it’s lower impact. Panu also provides some even easier options if needed. You’ll do 3 rounds of each exercise, 30 seconds on, 10 seconds off:
Part 1 – reverse lunges, plank shoulder taps and down-up...
This 20-minute session aims to work as many muscle groups as possible, while keeping your heart rate up. The routine includes weights, but if you don’t have any at home, you could use canned goods, water bottles or even laundry detergent bottles.