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12-Minute Upper Body HIIT Workout 3 Tabata Supersets, No Equipment Needed

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Upper Body Tabata Dumbbell Workout

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Upper Body Tabata Workout Intense 60 Minute Back, Shoulders, and Arms Workout

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Upper Back, Arms, and Chest Workout 23 Min Tabata Upper Body Workout

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Upper Body Tabata Workout Intense 60 Minute Back, Shoulders, and Arms Workout. FitnessBlender. If you love the feeling of intense amounts of blood pumping into all the muscles of your upper body, we’ve got just the workout for you. Will Lanier, a.

Workout Breakdown Clapping Sit-Ups Side Plank Hip Dips to Top Crunch Triceps Dips Crab Kicks Leg Drop + Spread SA March to Push Up. Workout Details. Duration: 60 Minutes.

Calorie Burn: 300-540. Difficulty: 4/5. Equipment: Dumbbell. Training Type: Strength Training, Toning.

Video Player: View on YouTube. Tabata is a type of high-intensity training that moves very quickly. You perform an exercise at full intensity for 20 seconds, then rest for 10 seconds.

You repeat the pattern for a total of 8 times. One Tabata round will take 4 minutes. Workout Details. Duration: 23 Minutes.

Calorie Burn: 115-230. Difficulty: 3/5. Equipment: Dumbbell. Training Type: Low Impact, Strength Training, Toning. Video Player: View on YouTube.

This Tabata Strength Workout is an advanced High Intensity Interval Workout (HIIT) that will challenge every muscle in your body with tough, whole body exercises. Each Tabata set includes 20 seconds of strength training followed by 10 seconds of rest, repeated for a total of 4 minutes. Remember that Tabata is a form of high-intensity training, meaning you do more work in less time. To get the most out of this workout, make sure to perform each move at 100 percent effort. 9.

Workout smarter with this 30-minute upper body HIIT workout; pairing strength exercises to tone your arms with cardio bursts to raise your heart-rate and burn calories. This upper body workout is broken into three circuits. Each circuit has two strength exercises and one HIIT cardio exercise. How To Do This Upper Body HIIT Workout.

Hold your weights straight over your chest with your arms extended while bracing your core, and engaging your glutes. Bend your elbows and lower the weights until they are just above your chest and your elbows out wide. Pause, and then press the.

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Tabata is one of the most efficient and intense workouts I have ever put my body through.

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Most Tabata exercises can even be

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Time to revisit the dreaded Tabata workout format (see “Interval 9: Tabata Triplets” on this page) and hammer your entire body.

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You can find fourand twelve-minute Tabata workouts on YouTube.

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Just holding Plank in a basic yoga sequence provides an incredible upper-body workout.

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The circuit of squats, lunges, calf raises, push-ups, pec fly (on box), lat pull, mid-row, overhead shoulder (dumb-bell), tricep extension, bicep abdominal and back extension is to be done with a 45–60 second cardio burst after each exercise.

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Next, complete 3–8 repetitions of the corresponding upper-body push Power movement as quickly and Cool down with deep breathing, box breathing, time in a sauna, walking, or any of the easier movements programmed for the day.

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Here is a rundown of a typical Tabata session: • Work out vigorously for 20 seconds (using either a strength or cardio exercise)

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The routine shown at the bottom of the chart on the next page is an amazing lower-body workout.

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The fun thing about the Tabata method is that it can include variation in the exercises, like tempo-runs, sprinting on the bike, accelerations in the water, abdominal exercise, push-ups, pull-ups or lunges.

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  • Just finished this workout again, I love the burn! Also I love how they take the time to properly show the techniques and doesn’t rush through the vid. On my playlist, again thank you!!!

  • Straightforward routine. I want to get back into the habit of using weights, and this short workout is a great place to start. I would suggest that folks using this be sure to hold in the core to protect the back and also be sure to breathe…exhaling on the exertion.

  • I’ve been working out for like 3 or 4 weeks now and I just did this whole work out on the first try, I’m proud but i can’t feel my arms:) i liked it

  • Elbows are sore, shoulders are numb what felt like a quick workout. Had to reduce weights as we progressed which goes to show that you don’t need a lot. We haven’t had a workout together for a while as I usually choose one of you to follow one day etc. Constant instruction always helps, thanks. TCFN.

  • Thanks for such lovely videos… Fitness blender PLEASE TELL ME WILL THIS REDUCE MY BACK FAT?  i have bulges on my back just above my waist and below bra strap line… PLEASE HELP…

  • I can’t watch this video Lipton Ice Tea has high jacked the video and goes onto the video “Toned, Lean Arms Workout Rhomboids, Shoulders, Bicep, Tricep, and Chest Workout”. The Lipton Ice tea commercial sometimes repeats itself 3 times before I can watch your videos.

  • My husband and I love these videos! We just wish the girl would do the whole workout instead of there being a loop from the first half 😉

  • Who else doing this video on their period because it’s so uncomfortable to actively move around when we are on our 1-2 days of period ��

  • this might be the last time i get to do this one for a while as i cant lay on my back after passing 16 weeks preg. Love this tabata kills me arms. ��������

  • incredible workout I love how you give such great direction your sound is superb the quality of video is excellent and timing is flawless. you are an un-discovered talent, thank you for your hard work, your drive and your willingness to do what other people would not do. respect.

  • I wanted to start a workout with weights and came across Fitness Bender on YouTube.  I started today with the Tabata Upper Body Workout and it was great.  I am a beginner and used 10lbs on all exercised except for the reverse fly (6lbs),  I highly recommend this video and I’m looking forward to working out with the others.  PS.  loved that there is no music so I can play my own.  AND for those ladies who are trying to loose weight PLEASE check out the info in the first link above http://bit.ly/LMjQVm  LADIES you WILL NOT bulk up!     Happy Lifting!

  • Try this fabulous compound exercise that works most of the upper body (use a Z curl bar-but if using a straight bar use a 10 inch grip)-Lay down on a flat bench with no posts or supports back of your head…..do 12 bent arm pullovers with a 3-4 inch grip on a Z-curl bar going as far as comfortable over your head in an arc return to the chest and repeat. When you have finished 12 of them immediately do 12 bench presses immediately with the same grip do 6 bent arm pullovers immediately do 6 bench presses with the same 3 -4 inch grip. Do two sets….suggestion do not use too much weight to start and this is a very difficult but very intense exercise for the triceps. lats are also worked well as are pecs….give this compound exercise a try

    also 2 sets working hard will hit most all the upper body if time is a problem

  • 2 suggestions: 1) Place the ads in the 1min breaks. They were in the middle of an active phase for me. 2) Tell us the position first, then the type of exercise. I was struggling at first to get from back to belly to chair quickly enough. Good stuff, though.

  • Just did this and it’s great to see how you’ve evolved in guiding and motivating us through exercises. Great workout for my low impact day though! Especially since my muscles ache (thighs) from a squeeze routine.

  • Beacuase you have so many to choose from, (been with you two since beginning of 2016), I keep forgetting this is a fav of mine. Im going to red mark it.

  • What size weights (in pounds) would you recommend for a beginner? Although I walk 2x/day, I have never worked out with weights…

  • I just discovered this video last week when a friend shared it on Facebook. My husband and I like it and we saved this and the lower body version. They are helping us stay fit during the pandemic. Thank you FitnessBlender!!

  • Really enjoyed that workout, will try to do it a few times a weak and hopefully will see the results. I put on some weight and my arms got quite big, so trying to tone them a bit.

  • I love this workout and have done it many times. My arms are always shaking after this. I love that the format is different from other videos and the exercises are long enough tension to really get the muscles burned out. Thanks FB.

  • I love this workout, been doing it 4 times a week for 2 weeks now and my back looks and feels a lot more defined. I gain most my weight in upper body but I still might have a look at the other videos if they are as awesome as this one.

  • Wow! From a guy who does hiit sprints twice a week for 30 minutes, multiple strength training sessions, circuits and plays tennis. This was TOUGH!! Thank you guys. Awesome workout ����

  • Love this cause I can start out with lighter weights and move up in increments with heavier weights of the 8 reps with each exercise, great workout!

  • great workout. the only complaint i have with your videos is that nothing tells you ahead of time that some of the exercises will be on the floor… i have hard wood floors so laying on them is really uncomfortable, if i knew ahead of time i’d put a mat down. obviously pilates videos you know youll need them… anyways great arm workout! def feel it in my shoulders

  • Can you make video for upper body like this again, in tabata style & the time also longer. Sometimes i combined 2 videos, but this video i did many times, because of the longer time in 1 video.

  • After the first 20 minutes, I expected a water break. After 30, I was like “really?” When the 40th came around, I knew you guys had been abducted by aliens and replaced by body snatchers. How am I going to explain to my students why I can’t even carry my own lunch tray tomorrow?

  • did this for three days and can already feel my chest has lifted and my back is more toned! I recommend this to all my friends! give it a try it really works!

  • This work out was great, lot of good muscle burn. I don’t really feel sore immediately after, I wonder if I’ll feel it later though. Note to future self: Really push it! If you’re not feeling a burn after the 3rd round, up the weight.

  • This is a good work out for those people who don’t have much weights to choose from at most you need dumbells. My advice for those people who don’t have much weights at all use water bottles (same size)its rep based but difficult I liked it

  • Great workout! A comment: it’s a helpful reference to know what Dan and Kelly are lifting; and a question: what’s the difference between a hammer curl and a bicep curl? Thanks!

  • Can someone please answer me I’m over weight I have some serious bat wings back fat and belly fat I just did this exercises without weights does it help to lose fat or build muscles?

  • I love this upper body workout!!! After a while the shoulders and the back are the hardest!!! I’m using five pound weights but I think I need to use 8lbs for the biceps…

  • Your workouts are no joke.
    Ive pretty much been in the gym most of my life and these Tabata workouts are kicking my hiney. I love them. Im a fan of your channel keep it up

  • THIS WORKOUT IS A MAGNIFICENTLY BRUTAL COMPILATION! That being said, can someone help me change my clothes the next couple days? Thanks!

  • Awesome workout. Killer one! Will you pls tell me how much approx calories are you burning in this workout with the same intensity? I don’t have a calorie burning tracker, hence asking.

  • Thanks for all the videos. Especially the upper body one. I have been doing it for a month. My body gets bigger. Do you have anything advice about what should I eat in my daily life? I am very thin, because I am so easy feeling full every time I am eat.

  • Great upper body workout, but harder than looks esp that 4th round. Now time to get naked and jump in that pool sorry just having a little fun!! Now need an abs workout!

  • DEAR BROTHER �� DAVE DREAS BEAUTIFUL PERFORMED EXERCISES �� BUT YOU WEAR SHORT TOO LOSE NOT LIKE OTHER INSTRUCTORS AND I LIKE YOUR EXERCISES STYLE AND GOD BLESS YOU ����

  • Love her attitude. The way she approaches as she walks up to the weights…she takes on the demeanor of a confident lover approaching the bed.

  • 1st time doing any of your videos and i loved it! short & sweet.  I used 10 lb weights. my heart rate averaged around 160.  Very Cool! I have subscribed and will continue to try others. Happy.:) 

  • I have dedicated myself to do this challenge every morning and evening of each Day, i’m ON Day 2 and i’m sore as a mf already LMAO
    Happy 2019, people!

  • Thank you for taking time to post this workout, and all the others!! I love them! One question: I tend to do marching planks (plank walks, I’d heard them called) pretty slowly. I notice yours are pretty fast-paced. Do you think the speed is important here? Or is it more about form?