Both at home and at the health club HIIT Circuit

 

HIIT CIRCUITS: AT HOME OR GYM!

Video taken from the channel: Ali Martinez


 

NO REPEAT WORKOUT // Full body HIIT Workout with Weights

Video taken from the channel: Heather Robertson


 

Follow Along HIIT Workout For Fat Loss: Bodyweight & KettlebellsThomas DeLauer

Video taken from the channel: Thomas DeLauer


 

Explosive Bodyweight Circuit | Advanced HIIT

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KETTLEBELL HIIT Workout // Full Body HIIT Circuit

Video taken from the channel: Heather Robertson


 

BODYWEIGHT HIIT! FULL BODY HOME WORKOUT! CALORIE BURN & MUSCLE BUILDING! #CrockFitApp HomeFit

Video taken from the channel: Alex Crockford


 

Quick Full Body HIIT Circuits To Blast Fat

Video taken from the channel: Whitney Simmons


You may never have practiced HIIT or circuit training, but you’ve probably seen people doing it at the gym. Or maybe, in-home exercise videos (and you didn’t even know it was that kind of training). Both look intense, exhausting, and seem to be great tools for burning calories all. HIIT workouts at home are ideal for targeting your legs, core and full body if you can’t make the gym. 15 Best YouTube home workouts now in.

HIIT Circuit: Squat to Single Shoulder Press with DB 4 Sets – 12 Reps. Mountain Climbers 30 Seconds. Side Lunge with DB 4 Sets – 12 each Reps.

DB Punches with DB 30 Seconds. Alternating V-Up with DB on Mat 4 Sets – 12 each Reps. Jump Squat 30 Seconds. DB Tips to Shoulder Press 4 Sets – 12 each Reps. Elbow Plank on Mat 30 Seconds.

TRX or jungle gym strap circuit. 10 pistol squats (right) 10 pistol squats (left) 10 hip bridges 10 “I”s to overhead squat Repeat for a total of 3 rounds Fitness Tips, HIIT Training Workouts. This HIIT workout from the functional specialists at F45 Kingston takes the latter approach, basing the session around compound exercises which target multiple joints and muscle groups at once. It. These 20-minute HIIT workouts are all you need to get in shape.

These short workouts are just as effective as a full gym session. Best smart home gym: Peloton, Mirro. For more HIIT workouts. Check out seven high-octane HIIT workouts that burn 500 calories, four ultra-high-intensity circuit workouts to incinerate your belly fat, and eight high-intensity interval workouts to burn huge amounts of fat in minimal time.

Health & Fitness 10 HIIT Workouts You Can Do at Home Sometimes, our lifestyles call for a short, convenient workout in lieu of going to the gym. The great thing about High-Intensity Interval. The key to this weight loss exercise at home is to move through the HIIT circuit as quickly as you can.

HIIT stands for High intensity interval training. That means you want your heart rate to peak with a push of high intensity exercise, followed by bouts of recovery. I decided to get a little creative this past week and put together this at-home HIIT circuit I can easily do in my living room and that wouldn’t bother my knee. I also wanted a workout that could be done quickly with minimal equipment.

I’ve been working on my at-home setup for a while now, so I have 300 pounds of weight and a barbell, some.

List of related literature:

HIIT training is adaptable to any environment so you don’t need a gym or any equipment to do it – you can do it in the park, at home, in a hotel or a gym!

“The Food Medic: Recipes & Fitness for a Healthier, Happier You” by Hazel Wallace
from The Food Medic: Recipes & Fitness for a Healthier, Happier You
by Hazel Wallace
Hodder & Stoughton, 2017

You can do HIIT anywhere, anytime, because no equipment is required— or minimal equipment for some exercises.

“The Clear Skin Diet: The Six-Week Program for Beautiful Skin: Foreword by John McDougall MD” by Nina Nelson, Randa Nelson
from The Clear Skin Diet: The Six-Week Program for Beautiful Skin: Foreword by John McDougall MD
by Nina Nelson, Randa Nelson
Hachette Books, 2018

At home you can use some simple and basic equipment to aid you in your workouts.

“Franco Columbu’s Complete Book of Bodybuilding” by Franco Columbu
from Franco Columbu’s Complete Book of Bodybuilding
by Franco Columbu
Creators Publishing, 2017

Your local gym will probably have HIIT classes, and there are plenty of HIIT apps you can download to work out with at home.

“Eat, Drink and Still Shrink” by Michele Chevalley Hedge
from Eat, Drink and Still Shrink
by Michele Chevalley Hedge
Pan Macmillan Australia, 2019

Finish a circuit, do 10 minutes of cardio (treadmill or elliptical), and then, go back to your second circuit.

“Shut Up and Train!: A Complete Fitness Guide for Men and Women” by Deanne Panday
from Shut Up and Train!: A Complete Fitness Guide for Men and Women
by Deanne Panday
Random House Publishers India Pvt. Limited, 2013

If you don’t do this—if you can chat away on the phone during your “high-intensity” periods—you’re not doing HIIT.

“Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Male Body” by Michael Matthews
from Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Male Body
by Michael Matthews
Waterbury Publishers, Incorporated, 2019

Most importantly, performing exercise circuits with only one piece of fitness equipment can give you numerous options for exercising at home, at your favorite fitness facility, or in an underequipped hotel fitness center when traveling.

“Smarter Workouts: The Science of Exercise Made Simple” by Pete McCall
from Smarter Workouts: The Science of Exercise Made Simple
by Pete McCall
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2018

To further amp up your results, you can get out and do a twenty-minute walk, jog, or run in the morning, come back to the house or gym, and complete twenty minutes of strength-based circuits.

“Get Your Mind Right: 10 Keys to Unlock Your Potential and Ignite Your Success” by Todd Durkin, Mike Yorkey
from Get Your Mind Right: 10 Keys to Unlock Your Potential and Ignite Your Success
by Todd Durkin, Mike Yorkey
Baker Publishing Group, 2020

You’ll also be doing HIIT intervals in between MCT circuits, because doing both further enhances EPOC, as long as the intensity is high enough.

“The 6 Keys: Unlock Your Genetic Potential for Ageless Strength, Health, and Beauty” by Myatt Murphy, Jillian Michaels
from The 6 Keys: Unlock Your Genetic Potential for Ageless Strength, Health, and Beauty
by Myatt Murphy, Jillian Michaels
Little, Brown, 2018

If I’m not in the mood for HIIT, I go to yoga or walk outside instead.

“The 12-Step Mind-Body-Food Reset” by Jessica Sepel
from The 12-Step Mind-Body-Food Reset
by Jessica Sepel
Pan Macmillan Australia, 2019

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  • Hi, I’m about to go on a 3 week vacation, do you have any suggestions what to eat, or how to keep in my macros? Thank you.. I love you!!! ��❤️

  • I totally didn’t expect this, doing the same set 5 in a row. Though I couldn’t finish but your encouragement pushed me. Thanks for this video!

  • Thank you so much, I will try hiit for the first time thanks to you. I am overweight and can’t handle jumping at this stage much love

  • I’m a 15 year old girl and not over weight or anything, I just like to eat healthy and stay active I also enjoy dancing, surfing and long distance running. But I have adhd so I can’t deal when a personal trainer tells me ‘oh just go do 20 mins on the treadmill’ like sorry matey that’s not gonna happen ����. I love high intensity interval training so much, it keeps me entertained and builds my fitness:)

  • I did 3 sets of bodyweighted circuit cus i dont have any weights at home but oh man im already done.. Great workout Whit, I love it!!❤

  • I’m new to your channel. I love it!! Was wondering if the watch you’re wearing is a Fitbit. I’m trying to decide which one I want…

  • I just did this workout. It looks easy. I was like ok I’ll do this and then do something else after. Yea not happening. It’s legit �� so good!!!

  • You are becoming my fitness model!!! Every night I watch your videos to get inspiration for my next workout in the morning. U post quite seldom. I would love to watch more of you. ❤️

  • Thanks for the low-impact first circuit! Very helpful for me as I have been scouring the internet for low-impact HIIT! Also, very straightforward and clear presentation. Thank you!

  • i just finished these exercises but repeated the second circuit twice and it took me like 10/15 minutes and i’m sweating more than when i spend an hour in the gym. so intense

  • Did this today and it was awesome! The only thing I modified was I used 10 lbs instead of 5lbs, instead of squat to lunge complex I did single leg deadlift with two armed row, then squat, then single leg deadlift with two armed row on the other leg and repeated 15 times and for the weighted burpee’s I did a bicep curl, shoulder press, burpee, pushup and repeated that for 10 times. I repeated the circuit combined with what you had listed up top 3 times. I was literally dying. Then the 2nd circuit I did 3 times. I’m not sure why but I’m horrible at the 180 degree jump squats.. I always land awkwardly:/ Also, I like doing these types of workouts 2-3 times a week and I don’t usually do it after weights because I’m usually too sore. Typically I’d recommend doing these on active rest days. For me personally, I would rather have 2 days where I can completely throw myself into the HIIT workout than after a huge weightlifting sesh when I’m completely depleted. Thanks Whit great workout!!! Love ya girl! <3

  • Omg I just did this workout, it was amazing. Thanks for the amazing workout I’m just starting to get into the gym your videos are helping me 100% thanks so much again, I love your page you are so inspiring. It’s a beautiful day to be alive:)

  • LOVE HIIT with Whit! Keep these coming girl. Perfect at home workout on a Saturday morning with the kiddos here. Love your channel!

  • so do you only do hiit or regular cardio as well? I used to run two miles about 4 times a week but my knees are ruined from it so I want to start doing hiit but I’m worried it wont burn as many calories or i wont lose fat if i don’t run anymore

  • This workout is spectacular,killer and atomical. Big respect for your condition. Thank you that you are shirtless, because this is mega motivation and I admire your very aesthetic, impressive shredded physique. In my opinion you could make more home workout with/no equipment. I love Pickles, it’s so cute btw

  • You always talk about modifying workouts for weak knees or elbows, but how would someone modify a workout for bad hips?
    Every time I do a burpee my hips pop and I just can’t do them or the bench step up cross over thingys from a leg workout you had I just knew it wouldn’t happen.
    Any ideas?

  • @Alex Crockford just did the workout for the second week in a row. Always looking for new HIIT Challenges but with this one i was nearly dying. Awsome workout. Massive intensity. Love it����

  • this is one of those killer workout, still coming back to repeat doing it, as many rep as possible with good form, love kettlebell workout, please add more this type of kettlebell workout Heather, i can feel that it really build strength and lean muscles:)

  • I would like to adress the elephant in the room, and the elephant is that Whitney should be in the 1M down here SO MAKE SURE TO click clack GIVE IT A THUMBS UP AND NEVER FORGET TO -��SUBSCRIBE! she is icon, get her on her place!

  • I just want to let you know that I stumbled across your channel a week ago. I watched many of your videos, and now I’m making my own workouts based on your channel’s workouts and some others. You’re really helping me get back into the game especially since I had to skip cross country season this year due to some issues. Just finished leg day today. Phew! Thanks so much, Whitney!
    A fan and a proud subscriber

  • The best HIIT workout so far that I have ever tried! Thank you so much. How often do you do HIIT in a week? My goal is to build muscle.

  • These are great work-out videos! So helpful to work-out along with you, as it helps to further motivate me to continue and not to give up..

  • IT’S A BEAUTIFUL DAY TO BE ALIVE!!! In case you missed it, MERCH IS BACK IN STOCK! Shop here: https://whitneyysimmons.com/
    WHAT DID YOU ORDER?! Love you the mostest and can’t thank you enough for your support xo

  • Hi Whitney! I love your videos. I’m not sure what the chances are that you’ll see this but if you could respond I could really use your help with my fitness. I have some questions but I’m really passionate about changing myself!

  • Omg who are you?!I am overweight and I’ve been trying to get back into shape so I was watching so many videos of different youtubers and I found you!!!!you are amazing.your funny and beautiful and you have workouts that I can actually do.I went through a lot of youtubers till I found you so I’m subscribing!!!

  • Great video. It would be awesome if you could describe which exercises you do in the work out in the description or in a pinned comment

  • I just have a question that anyone could answer: how do you keep yourself disciplined to continue to work out? I’ve had weight issues throughout my life and lost weight then put it back on for years then lost it again then regained. I ended up getting burnt out and worn out, and have just started back working out/training in Muay Thai again a few months ago, but I’m starting to feel a hint of fatigue towards working out on days I’m not training. How do I push through that feeling?

  • What a motivation! Excellent workout. Good to have 30 sec rest, otherwise it would have been super tough with the rest periods any shorter than this.

  • This looks a like a great workout�� I’m gonna try it, maybe I’ll use a 40lbs weighted vest to make it a little more challenging ���� I’m currently doing 30 min calisthenics with a main focus on abs..
    my workout looks like this(I’m no pro so maybe my workout sucks but it works for me lol)
    burpees 45 seconds (or 20 reps), 20 second rest
    mountain climbers 45 seconds, 20 second rest
    hip raises 1 minute, 20 second rest
    planks side to side 45 seconds, 20 second rest
    russian twists 1 minute, 20 second rest
    planks knees to elbows 45 seconds, 20 second rest
    leg raises 1 minute, 20 seconds rest
    I typically only rest for 10-15 seconds between exercises though, instead of the full 20.
    I do as many rounds as I can until the timer stops.
    after that, i rest for 2 minutes and then I’ll do 2 sets of 25 rep pushups, 2 sets of 30 rep sit-ups, 2 sets of 20 rep tricep dips. then I’ll drink my protein shake and lots and lots of water throughout the day. if you think this seems easy, try it out and let me know how it goes�� i do these 5 days a week..

  • 2 days in a row and I love this routine, only suggestion is if you could add in an abs exercise (I know you use your core in this routine but to really target) and also a cool down would be great. Thanks a lot!

  • i just finished this workout and going down the stairs afterwords was NOT easy. i never really feel comfortable in the gym, but being able to do this all in the small lifetime weight room was AMAZING. i’m definitely following all your other workout routines. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!

  • You mentioned in another hiit related video that you need to rest as long as it takes for you to recover between intensity sprints, but in this video i see you do hiit continuously, is that the right way to do it?

  • THIS WAS AWESOME! Thank you for this workout, Heather. I am super stoked that I found your page and I can’t wait to try more of your workouts. I haven’t sweat this much since I used to teach HIIT. Great Workout!

  • Damn, this was a tough workout. Did this with the 6 minute abs, but I don’t look like you yet-what’s up Alex? ������ Thanks for posting them!

  • I work out every single day and this workout blew my mind. Not because it was challenging but how there was no talking and real work! 30 minutes of no-nonsense workout. Love it! oh darn, my computer has sweat puddle while typing this:) Thank you, Heather, so glad I found you on YT!

  • Awww! Thank Pickles, a real mascot! Telling us to shift gear and checking your chest was close to the floor during press up. ��
    I managed it till my last painful press up. 12 slow, controlled press ups each time, knees off the floor.
    Thx Alex!

  • Hi.. Just want to say I really like you’re videos you’re the best.. i have a weird question.. is there a way to get a thight gap betwen legs when you’re hips are kind of narrow.. if there is a form to loose fat there i appreciate if u Made a workout for this area.. thanks <3

  • I’m totally distracted by his Gorgeousness. An accent too. Also he’s a Cat Lover awwweee, he’s perfection.
    Ok, exercise, I need to focus…
    ……����

  • Not trying to new that guy,but maybe throw in more workouts less sets. That’s just my advice, not hating, I really did feel the burn.

  • 1) squat jumps
    2) mountain climber
    3) easy burpee
    4) push up with shoulder tap

    all exercises 30 sec with 30 sec rest x 5

    cool workout gets the juices flowing, music sucks however:P

  • No cool down after session like this??? I am not a beginner and it was intense, so we need to cool down. The second exercise from the warm up was also too much to start with it, now i feel a little bit my shoulders (not in the good way). But i like the workout at all. Just those small details. They make all complete!

  • Amazing! I’ve hit a rut and can’t seem to lose any fat for the past year, so I’ve pressed reset on myself and incorporated one of your Kettlebell workouts 5 times a week and HIIT slotted as well…wish me luck please. Your workouts are amazing!

  • Been doing this for 7 weeks now and I feel toned! Also dropped 6kgs doing this 3/4 times a week and fasting �� honestly the best home workout that has me dripping in sweat every.single.time ��

  • Sooooo good! I have a hard time finding YouTube fitness videos that challenge / don’t bore me. This was perfect. Did it twice in a row!

  • Thanks a lot for uploading this workout it’s perfect for this quarantine….This my fifth time I did it I see I’m improving my performance thanks

  • fab workout, thank you. Love that the moves are controlled and give time to focus on form definitely made me sweat! will do again next week. Thanks again and stay safe.

  • Thank you, Alex!!! Saw you on UA’s channel and this was my first of your workouts. Most even master trainers lose people at the upper end of fitness spectrum trying to be “more accessible” to people earlier in their fitness journey, but I’m here to crush and you brought it. Look forward to doing more of your workouts, and sending this to my CrossFit competitor friend! (Also love primal movements do you do those?!) LET’S GOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!

  • Hi Alex, I tried this yesterday. I enjoyed it at the time, I strapped my watch on and burned over 250 calories. However today, my arse muscles are killing me and I’m walking like Ive shat myself. Is this normal? I normaly just go jogging outside for excercise, but seen as we are supposed to be self isolating I thought Id give this HIIT stuff a try.

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    SAY HI TO ME NAN.
    CHEERS MATE.

  • hey Alex, today is my bodyweight type exercise day at the gym!! i`ll try to add some of these exercises to my routine!! thank you so much for sharing my friend, with love from Wes!!! hugs!!!

  • awesome workout. Do it 4 times a week with running miles on the off days. 14kg kettlebell for me i look like a sun dried tomato after its just rained after each one. cheers heather!
    Mark

  • I was so sore the first one of your kettle bell hiit workouts I couldn;t walk for 2 days!!! It was amazing. I just finished this one and I have a feeling i’ll be the same way. Thanks for these. It’s a godsend when the gyms are closed and you’ve lost motivation!

  • My new fave! I’ve been working out to a range of your kettlebell videos for the last few weeks and my “Lockdown Weight” of 9lb is now gone! I also look and feel so much fitter than ever and used to go to the gym 4 times a week. Thanks so much!! ��

  • Heather, thank you, for making me fall in LOVE with my kettlebell! Ha, right, I’m exhausted and sweaty! Excellent workout I can feel my strength building and I’ll be coming back to this one! Thank you
    x

  • Hey Thomas, I watched your more recent video about the correct way to do HIIT. Can I just apply those principals to this workout? Thanks for all of your hard work and evolving content!!��

  • Brilliant Workout!!!:) Could you do a leg workout for someone who has had a knee injury please? I find squats and lunges cause my knee to play up. Thanks Alex!

  • What a great workout! I have been doing using kettle bells for a couple of years and this was just perfect. By the 3rd round I was feeling it and sprinting towards the end. Thank you!!

  • Just finished this workout!! Burnt 600 cals with a 20min treadmill warm up. Unfrikken real! Can’t wait to shred the fat off. #hiitwithwhit

  • Best workout on YouTube, no talks straight to the point! Loved the songs choice as well!! Thank you for this, will subscribe hope you have more content like this

  • Hey! First of al let me tell you that I LOVE your videos. I have a quick question for you: WHEN do you do your HIIT workouts? After or before your workout? And how many days a week do you do them?
    Thank ytou for taking taime to read me:)

  • awesome kettlebell workout, can you add more kettlebell workout Heather, really love your workout and always enjoy the workout and the after burn sensation, love the simple warm up and cooling, it works for me, thank you for your effort. stay healthy and happy always Heather, hugs!

  • Thank you for this remarkably intense workout.. I love watching your form; it is beautiful, it’s a big challenge to copy, but it is sooo important. You are helping me get through this COVID-19 lockdown. Thanks again you really are marvelous.

  • So glad I found your workouts!!! Straight forward routines and no extra talking:-) I just love your training style!!! Thank you and greetings from Finland!

  • First time doing your workouts. I really loved the WHOLE workout!! The music and cues when it was time to rest and move on. Those things helped me stay focused on correct position, pushing myself, and setting a good pace rather than staring at the screen and counting reps over and over. Even the preview of upcoming moves was a great addition!!!

  • This was very good. At first I was going to use my 18 pound kettlebell, but the workout was intense enough with just my 13!! The warm up and cool down is appreciated, and the music was awesome. It’s difficult to find a workout video without cheesy music but you definitely accomplished that! This is extremely well done especially since it’s free. Thank you for providing this gift to all of us who want to stay in shape while our gyms are closed!

  • WHIT. Love love love these circuits. I couldn’t decide which one I liked better so I alternated between 1 & 2 and I. AM. DONE. So good, thank you so so much for posting the fire workouts and keeping me inspired/motivated. Love you, love how successful you continue to be and I can’t waaaait for my Beautiful Day shirt to arrive. Killin’ it girl. LYSM.

  • I agree with the comment below, these are great no nonsense workouts. The music is spot on too.
    Extremely sweaty by the end = very effective exercise!

  • I am doing since 1 2 years before and I am pleased. So that, now my teenage daughter comes up to join the workouts once I proposed her to watch them. Thank you very much!

  • Do you only use your own body weight and your body got like this? Or you go to the gym too?
    What is your personal exercise routine to look like this with nice muscles?

  • Someone should put together a HIIT with just body weight. We can call it the Quarantine Workout. I’ve been looking at dumbells and kettlebells for my house…expensive! I’m going to try and make my own.

  • love this kind of workout do combinations of these in fitness classes at my YMCA few times a week makes me feel good about seeing an expert doing them reinforces that I’m on the right track

  • if i have a lower disc issue and cant do lunges what can i replace the lower body work with to give me strong core and legs. you are doing a lot of lunges and start with that squat

  • I’m confused. In your HIIT videos you say you should recover for as long as it takes (usually 2-3 minutes), but in this you don’t take recovery time. Can you explain please

  • Can you please do a HIIT video that isn’t high impact? I’m 50 and my knees are probably at least twice that age. Burpees are not their thing. Thanks!

  • ????? No Rest? You said we have to recovery to be able to get 100% whats happened whit the 30 sec off effort and the time needed to recovery before go intense again?????

  • Just completed this workout Whit! I’m conpgy exhausted and was barely capable of finishing the last exercise… but I did it… this beats te treadmill in so many ways.
    Thank you so much ❤️

  • I thought HIIT had to be 100% max effort for 15 to 20 second intervals with enough time for full recovery between intervals? Isn’t this another anaerobic circuit training?… or you would not be able to talk at 100% maximal effort right?

  • Here during corona. Gyms are opened up again at this point but I don’t feel comfortable going back anytime soon. This is one of the best at home workouts!

  • This seems almost more like a hardcore tabata workout rather than a HIIT routine (even though tabata is a form of HIIT). But yea I know this works as well but in comparison to his other video about rest time between “sets” during a HIIT routine you should fully recover

  • Have only just discovered this workout and I love it! I get bored doing same exercise over and over so this one keeps me going! Sets me up for my hard slog at work xx

  • Thomas, I’m totally confused by this video. In another video ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5O1TTduK6mw), you say that HIIT is going to your maximum for 15-20 seconds and then letting your body fully recover before another set. In this video, it looks like you’re doing 75% of maximum for 12 minutes i.e., this is more like LISS than HIIT. Can you explain?

  • Awesome, I realize I’ve been doing these but taking some breaks so eventually the results have slowed down so I do need to keep it intense and going like you do,thank you.

  • i just noticed some stretch marks on my hips and was starting to feel kinda bad about it cuz I’ve never been this outta shape but i def feel you tho thomas you just gotta own that ish!!!

  • Not going to lie, I had to modify some of these moves because I’m so out of shape BUT the workout was still great!!! Loved the variety. Thanks a bunch ��

  • I’m a bit confused, coming from other visits where you said hiit should be at almost 20 second intervals with longer resting periods. Is there a video where your demonstrating that approach?

  • Wow! That was supper inspiring! I definitely have time for that workout in the mornings. Thanks for giving me a routine to go by. Super excited!

  • okay so what is the routine when you go 100 % for 20 seconds then rest until you can go 100% again??? i thought that was hiit training…thax

  • So… If I want to do HIIT right.. I can take a break between all these sets and this break can be as long as I need it, to be at my 100% for the next set? Like in between the plank rotation and the burpees I can take a 1,2 or 3 minute break and it will be just as efficient?

  • Nice work mate
    I like watching your videos because they are original
    If you ever get time plz upload some video regarding how to reduce lower back fat (both diet and exercises)

  • This is epic!! I just did along with you.. I’m smoked!! Please do more of these, and if you do please do a more advanced version to really take fat burning to the next level. Thanks so much!!!

  • Awesome. I used to workout three times a week & still workout now, but… I am 57 and had a inguanal hernia a few years back (and feel it a bit when doing side planks ), so can you just come up with a dumbed down workout ( where it is not all about you & your super fit level etc. ) for us older peeps with injuries etc. also (while I am on here ) a simpler version of a diet. Ie. without all the technical details (I tend to switch off a few mins. in! ) & just give us a simple diet to follow with no obscure foods ( like corn fed beef etc. that I can’t find! ) and every day foods from local shops

  • This is the PERFECT at home workout with a KETTLEBELL!!!!:-) Love this workout. It was not easy but it was very easy to follow and challenging in a good way. I love my sweat right now and the warm up and cool down were PERFECT TOO!!! My whole body was burning during the Tick tock movement! Haha <3 Thank you for this workout video!!!

  • This was great, it hit everything will def do again if I’m ever in a time crunch!!! and THANK YOU for getting right to the exercises instead of wasting time OMG bless up

  • This was great to see. I agree with lots of the previous comments, that it was refreshing to see an unedited video of a professional like yourself actually struggling with your workout and getting tired. I mean we all know we are human but a lot of the videos out there will mask this fact and try to make it look like the workout was a breeze. I personally think if you find any workout a breeze, you’re either beyond that workout or you’re not performing it properly.
    Based on your more up to date video though I’m not sure if you would still consider this HIIT? No rest periods to allow for all out intensity each set.
    However in saying that, this video is how I do most of my workouts at the gym and I always considered it HIIT until seeing some of your later videos suggesting it’s wrong.
    I think no matter what, it’s a great workout:D

  • Great workout but if it’s a true HIIT workout, where is the rest point to lower your heart rate down to baseline and then start up again?? Assuming between each circuit is where you allow you r hear t rate to lower and then start up again.

  • Great workout, but just as this man eludes to at the start of the video, this goes hand in hand with watching calories you are consuming throughout the day.

  • This was amazing!!! Loved the tranquil yet upbeat music. No need to talk all over the workout. Just a nice complete workout. Thank you!!

  • I LOVED it. I’m at the point where I’m just bored with constant talking and repeating the same exercises. So this was absolutely perfect! Great music, amazing work out! Thank you so much

  • I just want to know how much fat will burn for this entire session…Because I know a lot of exersises and I do a lot too. But right now i am eating nuts. ��

  • Awesome workout. Was looking for a good hiit workout to supplement my weight training. Loved this. 30 seconds hard, 30 seconds rest for 25 mins ����

  • I enjoyed the no-repeat workout. Before I learn this video, I tend to work less in the repetition of a circuit; I feel like I’m gonna drop my shoulders everytime I do it again. Good riddance that I found your vids. it is doable and easy to follow for a beginner like me.

  • i really enjoyed this workout! Especially since it’s a no-repeat one and also the fact that it has a few breaks in between, which in my case makes it easier to finish the whole workout <3

  • This was such a great versatile workout just perfect for me today to end a long week of work. I struggled abit so I had to pause it once but i got through it. Thank you for sharing.

  • So I have kinda thick legs and I want to slim them down a bit, I was wondering if this workout would help with that. I don’t want them to get even bigger and bulky

  • Phew!!!! This was harder than I thought it would be. I’ve never been so glad to see the cool down sign ���� I would deffo do it again though

  • Nice video! And I would just like to clarify that there’s no restricted time for rest as long as you’re able to finish the entire workout?

  • **So far I’ve done this workout every day for 4 weeks! Definitely noticed a lot of muscle formation in my arms and thighs. My lower belly fat is beginning to flatten slowly. Everyone who’s working out, GOODLUCK!!:))

  • Good workout, but I kept getting lost during the stretching when I am stretching I don’t want to always be worried about watching the screen I wish you had the previews to what stretch we are going to be doing next, like your workout session.

  • Great workout! Always looking for an effective calorie burning workout and this is perfect when staying at a hotel and their workout room is closed

  • Your workout kept me fit all through this Lockdown..Missed the gym but you had me sweating..Love the No Repeaters..Thanks so much..I’ve shared shared shared..��Have great day..Stevon..����

  • These are some of my most favorite workouts! Your outfits are adorable and functional looking. Could you share what brands you are wearing, particularly in this video, please?

  • Im under mandatory quarantine at a hotel these days in China, starting my morning every day by following your workout sessions. ��

  • this was such a good workout. In workout regularly and am just now really getting into weights and this was so doable but still challenging.

  • where is the rest period? the interval part of the High Intensity INTERVAL Training? when doing HIIT are you suppose to rest until recovery(when u can do it again at high Intensity)

  • Absolutely LOVED it! The no-repeat kept me engaged and looking for what was next. Great music, and just the right amount of resting time. I’m definitely subscribing! Thank you, Heather!!

  • As a person who is about 50 pounds over weight, I’m looking for easier body weight routines I can get into before I go back to weight lifting (I used to lift weights and never do much other than that) so I have to say thank you for this! I’m getting in the shower now and I’m doing another round because it was that fun to do! You’re so motivating!

  • This workout was amazing. I just finished the workout for today and although I still had 10 minutes left of the video, I could already feel the progress in my body!! I just recently bought weights, so this workout routine was really helpful since I wasn’t completely sure how to use them. Some exercises of these I wasn’t able to execute completely, so instead, I substituted them with ones that were previously shown earlier in the video. Overall, I think I’ve finally found a routine that I enjoy and aim at sticking to!! My whole body is feeling energised! even my fingers are finding it difficult to type properly right now haha. Thanks so much for this workout!!