The Tabata protocol is one of our favorite ways to work intervals into our workouts. This high-intensity training is fun, blasts calories, and moves so quickly that it’s hard to get bored. For Tabata, you perform an exercise at maximal intensity for 20 seconds, followed by 10 seconds of rest. You repeat this on-off pattern a total of eight times, making one complete Tabata round four minutes.
This time-saving Tabata session ahead works your entire body in under 40 minutes with six rounds of Tabata, punctuated with three short body-part specific exercise series spaced throughout. (The whole workout, including two one-minute rest periods takes approximately 33 minutes and 30 seconds.) And with no equipment needed, you have no excuse not to give it a try!
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