27 Sep '16, 10am

Triple Tabata Bodyweight Workout: Disclosure: I was asked to participate in the CocoaVia® Live Your Life with...

Triple Tabata Bodyweight Workout: Disclosure: I was asked to participate in the CocoaVia® Live Your Life with...

A standard Tabata circuit is four minutes long and broken up into intervals of 20 seconds of work, followed by 10 seconds of rest. Referencing the workout above, you’ll perform the first two exercises, alternating each one, for 20 seconds with 10 seconds of rest. So, for example, you’ll do as many Jump Squats (each with a 2-second hold) as possible in 20 seconds (hey, high-intensity!) and then rest for 10 seconds. Then, you’ll perform Mountain Climbers (same goal: high-intensity!) for 20 seconds and then rest 10 seconds. After that, you’ll return to the Jump Squats for 20 seconds, followed by 10 seconds of rest, and so on for a total of 4 minutes. (You’ll perform each exercise 4 times.) You’ll perform the second Tabata (High Knees + Curtsy Squats with Lateral Kicks) and third Tabata (Jump Lunges + Single Leg Deadlifts) the exact same way (20 seconds of work + 10 seconds of...

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