25-Minute At-Home Tabata Workout Video

by Lori Patterson
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25-Minute At-Home Tabata Workout Video

What is one of the most effective ways to train your heart and burn a ton of calories in a short period of time? It’s interval training, which is defined as short bursts of timed high intensity intervals followed by timed recovery. Today, we’re going to practice a form of high intensity interval training called Tabata. This routine will work your heart at a high intensity for 20 seconds then allow it to recover for 10 seconds. We’ll repeat this pattern for a few rounds.

In this 25-minute video, we will perform squat jumps, which will not only increase your heart rate but will also strengthen your legs and bum. We will move on to jump rope (don’t worry, I have an option if you don’t have a rope), squat thrusts (I provide modifications if you can’t do a full squat), mountain climbers and, finally, skaters. So, join us and get your sweat on for a challenging, but fun workout under 30 minutes.

About the Author

Lori Patterson

Lori Patterson, BA, is the owner of Midwest Fitness Consulting, CEO of VicteliB and the creator of Boot Camp Challenge®. Lori is a master trainer/specialist for AFAA and an Ace faculty member. She holds additional certifications with the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and Wellcoaches. Follow Lori on Twitter (@BCChallenge), on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube. Download the Boot Camp Challenge app.


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