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Do you own a smartphone/tablet? If it's available then get yourself an app for Tabata/HIIT. I personally use „Bodyweight Training by Mark Lauren“ (also available as book), which is progressive, customizeable and has a ton of exercises (and video descriptions for the iPad). A timer for tabata and a sample HIIT workout is also built-in. I think you get the ...


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If you can go harder by "running" rather than "jumping" then you should do that. Anything that you can do for 1 to 2 minutes isn't "all out". You need to find a way to go all-out, 100%, in that 25 seconds. Messing with the edges of the protocol--5 seconds less rest or more work effort--isn't going to solve this central issue. Increase or decrease the ...


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I have done some research on internet on my question and I would try to answer my own question, but I will not accept this as an official answers until this gets an appropriate amount of up votes. Tabata work out burns around 12 calorie/min to 16 calorie/min. A common formula involves a 2:1 ratio of work to recovery periods, for example, 30–40 seconds of ...


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Long enough that you're pushing against your limits, short enough that you're doing it the whole time. If you find yourself feeling/thinking at the end of a high intensity inveral "hey, I could have gone on a little longer!", then it's too short. Same if, at the end of the last interval, you're not thoroughly exhausted. On the other hand, if you you find ...


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You could just do burpees, pushups, situps, air squats, etc. with various rep schemes (e.g., 5 rounds of 10 pushups, 25 situps, 30 airsquats for time, or as many rounds as possible in 20 minutes of 20 burpees, 100 unders with a jump-rope, 15 v-ups). Here's a great guide for no-equipment HIIT workouts: ...



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