Top 5 High-intensity Interval Training Routines For Fat Loss

Don't have access to a gym or equipment? No worries! Bodyweight Blast is all about using your own body as resistance. 

1.  Bodyweight Blast - No Equipment, No Problem

Think push-ups, squats, burpees, and more, all in a high-intensity format.

Kettlebell swings are a full-body powerhouse. In just 30 seconds of swinging, you'll engage your core, legs, and back. 

2. Kettlebell Swings - Swing to Slim

Take a 30-second break, and repeat to build strength and burn calories.

Hop on your stationary bike or head outdoors. Cycle at maximum intensity for 40 seconds, then pedal gently for 20 seconds to recover. 

3. Cycling HIIT - Pedal to Progress

Cycling HIIT improves endurance and torches calories.

Channel your inner boxer and throw punches for 30 seconds, then recover for 30 seconds. 

4. Boxing HIIT - Punch Away Pounds

Sometimes, the classics are the best. Incorporate jumping jacks, mountain climbers, and high knees into your HIIT routine. 

5. Jumping Jacks and More 

They require no equipment and are effective for raising your heart rate.

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