4-Week Intro to HIIT Walking Plan


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HIIT Walk | Walk At Home

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The more surprises you give it, instead of just steady-state walking, the more you confuse your muscles, which keeps your body from reaching a plateau.” This translates to better, more efficient results. Here, Takacs outlines a 4-week HIIT walking plan that’s perfect for beginners. Throughout the plan, you’ll see a few different buzz words. INTRO TO HIIT WALKING PLAN 4 WEEK. MONDAY SLOW AND STEADY (20 minutes) THE WORKOUT: 20 minutes conversational pace TAKACS SAYS: “This walk is a good time to reflect on the goals you want to accomplish and a game plan for reaching them.”.

This four-week HIIT plan for beginners is designed to introduce you to interval training and ease into it safely — gradually building up your threshold and ability to handle more intensity over time. While HIIT training can be an intense way to work out, the great news is your level of exertion is relative to your fitness level. Day 6. Fast Walk 30 Mins Day 7. Rest WEEK 2. Day 1. 10 Jump Squats, 20 Mountain Climbers, 10 Press Ups x 3 Day 2. Fast Walk 30 Mins Day 3. 10 Burpees, 20 Plank Jacks, 30 Lunges x 3 Day 4. Fast Walk 30 Mins Day 5. 30 High Knees, 20 V-Sit Ups, 10 Sumo Squat Jumps x 3 Day 6. Fast Walk 30 Mins Day 7. Rest WEEK 3. 4-Week Intro to HIIT Walking Plan | Walking | MyFitnessPal.

April 2019. This interval-based plan will push your comfort zone and up your endurance quickly. Training Plan Interval Training Walking Plan Walking Program Walking Exercise My Fitness Pal Need To Lose Weight Pep Talks Going To The Gym.

4-Week Intro to HIIT Walking Plan | Walking | MyFitnessPal. April 2019. This interval-based plan will push your comfort zone and up your endurance quickly. My Fitness Pal Fitness Goals Fitness App Fitness Routines Exercise Routines Fitness Logo Fitness Nutrition Healthy Nutrition Training Plan. 4. 4-Week Beginner Walking Plan For Weight Loss.

If you currently consider yourself sedentary or are new to walking, this starter plan helps you get comfortable with more movement. 5. 4-Week Walking Plan For Total-Body Strength. This plan features incline walking and bodyweight exercises to build lean muscle.

4 Week Intro To Hiit Walking Plan Myfitnesspal 25 Minute Full Body Hiit Workout Tall Blonde Bell Hiit Workouts For Cyclists Best Skinny Fat Workout Plan Male Pdf Workoutwalls 4 Week Intro To Hiit Walking Plan Myfitnesspal High Intensity Interval Training Your Must Do Workout 28 Day Workout Challenge For Beginners All Workouts 15 Min. WELCOME TO HIIT FOR BEGINNERS! Today’s session features walking-based interval training that can even be done in a small space at home. In our workout video below, we’ll alternate periods of higher intensity with active rest to help you make the most out of your workout time and build up your fitness level. 4-Week Intro to HIIT Walking Plan | Walking | MyFitnessPal.

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Day 6 Walk duration: 30 minutes Pace: Brisk Every 10 minutes, add a 15-second sprint walk, and then return to a normal brisk pace.

“Belly Fat Diet For Dummies” by Erin Palinski-Wade
from Belly Fat Diet For Dummies
by Erin Palinski-Wade
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Interventions: Participants randomized to exercise training (n=27) met 4 times/week for 12 weeks and performed 150 min/week of moderate intensity aerobic activity, followed by resistance training twice/week.

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Warm­up 5 minutes Walk Easy pace (low end of THZ) Interval 1 2 minutes Walk Brisk pace (high end of THZ) Interval 2 2 minutes Walk Moderate pace (middle of THZ) Repeat intervals 1 and 2 three to five times for a total of 12 to 20 minutes.

“Fitness For Dummies” by Suzanne Schlosberg, Liz Neporent
from Fitness For Dummies
by Suzanne Schlosberg, Liz Neporent
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HIIT protocol 2: Sprint 50 seconds, walk 90 seconds, perform eight times.

“Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy” by Bret Contreras
from Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy
by Bret Contreras
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The intensity of circuit training can be progressive, making it an extremely effective format for HIIT workouts.

“Smarter Workouts: The Science of Exercise Made Simple” by Pete McCall
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by Pete McCall
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Staying consistent and on track will be easy when you design your walking program with the principle of Gradual Progress in mind (chapter 4).

“ChiWalking: Fitness Walking for Lifelong Health and Energy” by Danny Dreyer, Katherine Dreyer
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Workout 1: 4-Minute HIIT with 4-Minute Rest Periods for VO2 DAY 6 Max Complete five rounds of intense 4-minute intervals.

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Advice about exercise sequence and intensity variation may be extended to the planning of a training day.

“Science and Practice of Strength Training” by Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky, William J. Kraemer, Andrew C. Fry
from Science and Practice of Strength Training
by Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky, William J. Kraemer, Andrew C. Fry
Human Kinetics, 2020

In week 1, your goal is to plan a 10—minute session of activity for 6 days a week.

“State of Slim: Fix Your Metabolism and Drop 20 Pounds in 8 Weeks on the Colorado Diet” by James O. Hill, Holly Wyatt, Christie Aschwanden
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Rodale Books, 2013

If you can comfortably handle this routine after a week or two, then bump it up: the opening ten-minute walk followed by alternating rounds of two-minute moderate-intensity runs and one-minute walks, then the ten-minute cooldown.

“Muscle Medicine: The Revolutionary Approach to Maintaining, Strengthening, and Repairing Your Muscles and Joints” by Rob DeStefano, Bryan Kelly, Joseph Hooper
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  • Thank you I love your channel, hoping I can keep it up this year with a new routine it’s time to shift a few kg. I have hip problems in my left hip, first day I only lasted about a min in the intervals hopefully I can work up to the full 2 mins. It’s summer here and I’m sweating:)

  • This is my 1st hiit workout with you and I really enjoyed it. I did a cardio workout with you the day before and enjoyed it as well. These will be my workouts for the next month or so. I’m trying to lose some lbs and tone. I found your channel, I believe in on my way with your workouts. Thank you for the much needed motivation.��

  • I absolutely love all your workouts! I did the Fall challenge in December, and now I’m doing the January Jump Start. I’ll be 68 in a couple of days, and I’ve got arthritic knees, but you almost always show a way to modify for those of us with challenges. I definitely feel much stronger and fitter than i did a couple of months ago. Much appreciated!

  • LOVE NICK! More of nick please! love this new change. Been walking with Leslie for 5 years and it’s the best but now its modern and hip and even more of a calorie burn! THANKS LESLIE ❤❤❤❤

  • A lot of people in comments say its hard for beginners but don’t give up. Im so overweight I couldn’t physically do twp of these but I substituted them for the others and did 3 rounds, i know tomorrow morning it will be easier and after a week i,ll notice my fitness level increased a lot. Dont give up people, it will get easier just stick to it, it will be so so worth it.

  • Yo comments I need some help I don’t know what to do anymore has there own opinion, I,m 6’1 185 but most of it is just fat so what do yall think I should do? Steady state cardio or hit cardio?

  • Now I’m really confused… your other videos say something completely different regarding HIIT… to rest or not to rest between exercises??

  • I have a meniscus tear in the left knee, bulging disc in the back, rotator cuff in right shoulder. I used to work out three hours a day and easily rode my bicycle as much as 25 miles in one trip. Then the injuries, pains and age came in and now I’m out of shape, overweight and even the warm up is a challenge. Having a standing exercise, where the instructor repeatedly encourages you to work at your own pace and listen to your body is wonderful. My only go to workout. My timer is set for 9:30 every morning.

  • I had the worst cold and cough last week but I am back to keep doing the January Jump Start 2019. I love this one it is basic and the instructions are clear and I didn’t have to make any modifications for my disabilities. Of course I want to get my weight to a healthier level but most importantly I want to get my body stronger and work on getting my blood pressure to a healthier level as well. A lot of my physical health issues are in my lower body so these walking type workouts are already helping me!

  • I seriously credit doing your workouts for a year and a half now for my having come through a nasty fall off a ladder (it slid out from under me and I feel about seven feet straight down on my feet, got caught in the ladder, bounced, and landed flat on my back) with only a sore shoulder and some unpleasant bruising, and not a lot worse. I’m more fit at almost 41 than I’ve been since my mid-twenties! (And the yoga/pilates stretch series videos were fantastic for my immediate recovery, keeping everything from stiffening up and hurting more!)

    Sadly my Corgi, Maggie, feels Peanut has a better attitude to working out. She hears you come on and it’s time to grab her bone or her frisbee and start chewing!

  • Thanks for these HIIT videos. I love using all your videos, especially with the weekly rotation schedule. But these are just what I needed right now. I always appreciate your upbeat, you-can-do-it approach, Jessica!

  • Wonderful video Thomas, but I do have a question. I was recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, and I’ve been trying to get my diet and exercise in order. However, due to the nature of diabetes, I can’t really go that long without eating, as hypoglicemia could quite literally kill me. SO my question es, other than fasting, is there anyway I can train my body to burn fat when I excercise?

  • I did the whole thing today!! This is great, and works well as an alternative when the outdoors is too hot and humid or to cold and windy.

  • Thank you for this workout. I have been working out with you (a little bit sporatically) for the last year and a half and you have inspired me and helped me get back to taking care of me. *I love your workout clothes. Where did you get your top?:)

  • I saw the title on this video and thought to myself “ I wanna check what this gym bro nobody has bad to say about HIIT “…. honestly only listen to half of the video cause im busy and I completely agreed with this guy, who gained a thumbs up from me, dude knows his shit ����

  • I’ve been doing this work out for three weeks and today after jogging on the spot during the ‘active rest’ periods I’ve decided I need to find another one that’s more intense. I’ve noticed not only and improvement in my cardio but also balance and flexibility and I never felt like cheating and skipping a day. I also haven’t had a back ache since starting. I think I will always come back to this one for my rest days as it is perfect for getting myself moving and loosen up.

  • January Jump Start Challenge Week 1 Day 6! I was too tired to work out yesterday so I did stretching, and then completed Day 6 today instead.:)

  • This dude pissed me off. HIIT cuz it feels good? No. Absolutely not man. Definatly many people and myself are trying to burn fat / lower % asap without loosing the muscle mass. Im pretty sure thats one of the main reasons for a lot of people.

  • Purchased your workouts on Prime and getting better at them and love these workouts so much. When I first started I got half way through this and burst into tears. I felt I’d failed at everything and couldn’t keep up with anything and either everything was too hard or too boring or the instructor just wasn’t on my wave length. I tried this and literally had tears dripping down my face because I could do it! That was the start for me and I’ve kept going thanks to the encouragement and kindness and compassion of Jessica. These workouts are amazing! Changing my life. Thank you ��

  • I have a severe knee injury. Tore my acl, menisucs is worn and ligament is torn knee is unstable waiting for surgery. Alot of workoits i cant do so this is great. Espically with the knee pain

  • This was a great workout! Regular jogging is too hard on my knees and getting to the pool can be too time consuming, but this I can manage. Thank you!:)

  • Hey, I’m new! I liked your vid! Do you have HIIT interval trainings for persons with back and knee pain? I did your 2 10 minutes vids with back and knee issues and this beginner hiit one after another. I LIKED IT SO MUCH! I do 2-3 times a week also weight lifting (modified for my knee and back). What do you think is this enough (2 times a week) to loose 15 kilogramms in 3-4Months? (33lbs)

  • I am of the opinion that Thomas is 100% wrong. I usual run for one hour at a steady pace at 60-70% effort and WAS NOT able to loose not even one pound. I then switched to HIIT and after 4 months I began to loose all the unwanted fat!!

  • This is a perfect explanation of HIIT. Your intervals of 20-30 seconds need a 1 min at least rest, maybe longer for 10 rounds, you will fry yourself in a great way and that’s it!

  • OK, so I have to give it ALL I have for as long as I can.

    If I’m doing it correctly that should take from 15 to 20 seconds.

    The times is just to verify that I’m doing my maximum effort.
    Then I should wait until my heart rate drops to normal levels before doing another interval.

  • So happy to find a HIIT that doesn’t expect me to from standing to floor to standing to floor…etc. I can’t do that. And I have to do low impact due to my knee. Thank you so much. I’m in a weight loss challenge and if I lose what I said I would, I win a hefty bet. Thank you.

  • I’ve been doing this work out every other morning for the whole of lockdown and it’s got no easier which is why I’ve kept doing it, but when he says ” that’s the end of the beginners work out ” I die inside everytime while I’m standing in a puddle of sweat breathing out my arse

  • Oh today I felt so dizzy while working out and jumping so I decided to workout but do something more fun with no jumps. Thank u for this. I will do it ❤❤

  • I have heard all about HIIT workouts and the mistakes and all but one thing I am not getting it and I tried to find that on YouTube or google everywhere please let me know what is the number of exercises should I do in my HIIT workout and how many sets should I do I am beginner and I am following 1:2 work and rest ratio and if I have to modify my workout what should I increase? The number of sets or the exercises?

  • thank you just what i needed:) nice and gentle but works those areas i don’t get to when i go to the gym, and i don’t feel i am competing with others; and is great to be able to get back into walking exercises since having had plantar fascitis and recovering from it:)

  • At 345 lbs (probably weigh less since I been on keto for a week). This is challenging. I haven’t worked out in years but with this and my diet, I am sure I will get result a bit quicker. It was hard finding a truly low intensity workout that was still “HIIT”. Thank You for this! ^_^

  • hey, loved your weekly plan. It was really good:) can you make monthly plans like which workout to do each day in a month? like a chart or workout plan. it would be great:)

  • Hi Jessica. I love your workouts, walking, weights and now trying this. I’m 67 and have wanted to do a hiit workout but they are to hard for me to keep up with. This was perfect..Thank you…Susan

  • This workout is right on time today. I got home from work later than usual and was contemplating on if I should workout or not. I am glad I opted to workout. I have been enjoying these workouts. I alternate between Popsugar strength training (20-minute Flat Belly and Toned Arms workout), this week and these. I feel great. Thanks, Jessica.

  • In fasting stage you said body uses fat, if i do any form of exercise body does not know which exercise i am doing, how can body know i am doing HIIT, as per your logic if i do exercise in fasting stage body will use carbohydrates, and if i do HIIT in fasting stage body choose Carbohydrates wtf

  • I love this one!! Quick and effective! Quick question…Do you add more workouts to your day when you record the workouts? Thank you! ��

  • I love HIIT and I really enjoy your workout videos! Super motivating, and you really break it down so that it’s easy to follow along. I get an excellent workout and I’m hooked! I also love seeing peanut, he’s a bonus!!! �� ��

  • So do for 15 to 20 seconds 100% max because your body doesn’t know what a minute is. Yet you still want me to do 15 to 20 seconds? I thought body doesn’t know time.

  • FINALLY an actual workout series thats actually for complete beginners. some of the workout routines on here are far too hard for someone who hasn’t done this kind of workout before. thank you!!!!!

  • so steady state cardio to loose weight and get in shape, and after getting to the desired weight, enter hiit style training to bulk up?

  • Hey Jessica Love your videos I’m requesting more advanced HIIT walking videos not broken up like a fast pace like you have done in the past. 5 to 6 miles all in one video.

    Plus another 40 to 60 minute jogging video like your old video of you jogging miss that style Please bring it back. Thanks Love your works

  • Thanks, Jessica. Just finished this workout in my room. It’s providing a great deal of relief during this uncertain, mad time in the world. Bless you and yours!

  • An English Olympic athlete Sebastian Coe used to say exactly what Thomas is saying. He won gold medals in the Olympics & is now a Lord in English Parliament.

  • So I’m training to burn fat and I do HIIT because I enjoy it (in the form of tabata style workouts). I’ve also been intermittent fasting (2 meals a day, 16 hour fast approx), so I do my HIIT fasted in the morning (I prefer to train on an empty stomach) Am I doing this wrong?? I’m confused haha

  • Very accurate and honest video. thanks for being proffessional trainer finally i’ve seen very Ridiculous HIIT videos and this is explain the purpse of it. definitely SUBSCRIBED your channel

  • Im confused as to how you’re supposed to log this onto my fitness pal as calisthenics. There’s only two options for calisthenics in the app. There’s calisthenics push-ups and sit ups vigorous effort and calisthenics at home light effort. Which one is this?

  • Your logic that HIIT while fasting won’t help burn calories/lose weight doesn’t seem sound to me. Any sort of exertion expends energy. If I’m doing HIIT on an empty stomach, my body will burn fat to fuel my workouts, because no other source is available.

  • I’m ready to get started. It’s not about weight lost which is always a pluse. It’s about creating a life of discipline, consistently building and healing a healthyrelationship with God, myself and others. As long as I have the support of Peanut and my new friends I know it’s gonna be alright. slow and steady.

  • I love the fact that they can talk about simply walking and make it sound interesting. It means they really are immersed into simple yet fat burning excercise.

  • This makes another of sense its basic info and direct. Basically its listening to YOUR BODY and fitting in the correct work out for your self. I’ll do steady cardio then work towards HIIT. THANKS for taking the time to explain ��

  • I am very very thankful to you.. You are awsome.. I think everyone should watch this vidoeo and exercise with you… You are really a awsome motivator.. Thank you so muchh

  • I do a HIIT workout 6 days a week. I hit my Max HR (zone 5) about 30% of the workout and hit zone 4 for about 50% of the workout, i also hit zone 3 for 20% of the workout so I’m hitting all higher zones for maximum effect. I produce an aerobic training effect of 3.6 4.1 any more than 4.1/4.5 and im overreaching and it will have more of a harmful effect on my body if I do over these numbers on a regular basis. Everyone is different and everyone needs to find their own HR zones in order to get the best workout and aerobic level FOR THEM! have a great day people and just enjoy ur workouts because something is better than nothing ��

  • Dude what are you on about doing HIIT for 60 seconds it’s still tiring and it’s supposed to be that way, we’re supposed to be tired

  • Bravo, Jessica! I have been “scared” of HIIT for way too long, but this was such an approachable and doable (yet challenging!) workout! Now I’m going to try ALL your HIIT workouts! <3

  • Amo seus vídeos, me ajudaram a perder muito peso. Mas deixei de fazer atividade fisica (exercicios e caminhadas) e depois de 3 anos voltei a engordar. Mas estou decidida a emagrecer e mudar. E aqui estou eu outra vez kkkk… Grande abraço ��

  • Just wanna point out the mention of HIIT for a good mental response, which i totally agree with, imo no better feeling than drowning in a pool of your own sweat whilst gasping for breath after a good workout.

  • I’ve been doing your walking workouts for a couple of months, and I think they are great. I like how conscious you are of treating our bodies with respect. Please keep up the good work.

  • It makes no sense! I Never break fasting before HIIT! It takes at least 24hrs to diggest the food. So why trigger the insulin before training?

  • Depends on your goals and sports etc. A boxer, for example, wants to improve his ability to perform at all the heart zones, from 50to 100% max effort (since this is how the fight will go). You don’t therefore go red zone 90% + heart rate at every interval, with a longer recovery. It makes more sense to have SOME red zone conditioning, along with some less intensity and shorter active recovery periods ( dipping in and out red zone), as this will better prepare for the necessities of combat. Please don’t make it a one size fits all approach, particularly for sports.

  • Is there a way you can label the videos like Week 4, Workout #1 of 4, etc.? I did the 1 Mile Walk n Talk yesterday and this was next in the playlist. WAY too hard for a day 2 beginner!! I didn’t realize it wasn’t in the right order til I was halfway done. I had to modify almost everything and some things I couldn’t keep up with at all. Thanks.

  • Hi Mister, i am a lady here petite with moderate fat and curves. I wonder with these movements can i be bulky? I dont wish the bulks but i wanted to get fat lose or weight lose. Pls do let me know thanks

  • I always get confused of how often I should work out and where the line is between over/under training. If my muscles are sore from a workout with weights, is it ok to do sprinting? Or should I wait until I feel zero soreness?

  • i started yesterday and must say its not easy at 53, but what a brilliant work out. Love it early days but hopefully it will make a difference.

  • I usually do about 20s at 12mph on the treadmill or 24-25 at 100RPM on exercise bike. I rest 2:30 minutes or more and by the time I’ve got 4+ cycles in I can usually not do it for the full 20s.

  • I did hiit 5-6x a week for almost 2 months, approx 25mins including warmup and i lost13kgs. Then tapered down to 3-4x a week after 2 months. I ate low carb, high protein and mod fat diet with once a week cheat meal. Cut off some junks like soda, chips and high sugar food like donuts. It worked for me.

  • My friend told me about your (jessicasmithtv)with different workouts;Ive been doing these workouts for just 2 weeks now and i feel great already.Thanks Jessica and of course peanut…

  • Great alternative to getting out on my bike in the wind and rain/hail today! I’m 5 weeks into improving my health and fitness and this was great, especially since I can’t do anything too high impact at this stage! Thank you.

  • I had to take Thursday and Friday off for the 2019 January Challenge, so I’m a bit behind for my first week as I started it on Sunday. For a HIIT workout, I loved this one! Not too crazy of intervals, and I even did the higher intensity moves! Since I got off a day, perhaps I’ll still do the stretching routines tomorrow and start my Week 2 on Monday! Then I won’t be off on days with the rest of the group doing this challenge!

  • So would there be any harm to doing HIIT training deep into a fasted state? If I’m not too worried about issues with energy or effort? Surprised to learn that steady state cardio would burn more fat. HIIT at 15 hours fasted and then breaking my fast was my latest idea but maybe I’ll refrain

  • Note to everyone: fasting, and especially fasted cardio will result in a loss of muscle mass if not supplemented with amino acids.

  • I follow 5 HiiT training Channels and ALL have a different method and philosophy. Some go 100% for 25sec,1min rest, another 45 sec with 10sec rest. Hard to figure out which is better or the correct way to do it

  • You are such a fucking steroid head know it all…..who the fuck are you telling people that they are ”doing Hiit wrong. go fuck yourself you juice head fake arse.

  • Did this one after a 30 minute strength training with dumbbells and a 20 minute bodyweight session. Feel great. Not sure if suppose to do the cardio before or after strength training.

  • Just found your video and tried the work out, really enjoyed it and felt great afterwards, will be trying the others, thanks so much for this I have been looking for a doable workout and these look great

  • Love the energy of this group. Nick makes me finish all the moves till the end, Michael makes it fun and enjoyable. I Forget that I am 53 yrs old and that I have lost 4 kg in the past 6 weeks. Whew!!!

  • God I’m hoping to lose a stone and a half before school in around 3 weeks. I’m out of breath by the warm up so this should deffo be fun��

  • This guy always has videos saying we are all doing things wrong!
    I’ve seen people with better physic and look way healthier than him.
    Way to gain followers lol!!!!

  • today was my first time and thank you. i worked up a sweat without fear of injury. i am 61 years old and want a strong, healthy heart!

  • I love that you teach us to listen to our bodies and still press our boundaries. I have the 6 Week Total Transformation System also and really like it. It is hard but I like that.:-)

  • Hello Jessica, I’m Maria from Spain. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR WORK. I have started a new YouTube channel of sports routines and Nutrition tips and you have been my maximum inspiration to undertake this initiative. I will continue following you and learn from you. Thank you very much!

  • You seem to know what your doing, however those moves for the warm up are advance moves as well those deep scquats. no beginner could do the deep squats like that. Please show options for beginners. but you look great. I am a fomer fitness trainer. I have tought many beginners and even if they came to me advacne classes I showed options. Please show more options for beginners. Awseome!

  • Day 8I found today’s HIIT very good for beginners and the range of exercises included was for all over the body. I am really enjoying the walk at home series and really hope to see some results soon, would recommend this one for all ages ��

  • not sure if someone im the comments can help. i bought the 10 pounds down dvd and was wondering do i have to do the full hour to loose 10 pounds. idk. if anyone can help

  • Me: Doing the workout in my room and making a ton of noise.
    My Parents: Walk into the room with me lying on the floor in a pool of sweat

  • Walking with my little sons in karantine, damn coronavirus, but I’m happy to discover this programme. This is very helpful and I’m not depressed anymore. You guys make my day with your motivational smiles��

  • Can anyone tell me why it’s not good to do HIIT in an empty stomach?I know he said the carbs give you more energy to do HIIT and it burns of the carbs but could it also work on an empty stomach?I’m just wondering��

  • I have lost 75 pounds doing weight watchers and walking. I’m a 45 year old woman and after being that much overweight it had its affect on my knees and I cant do aerobics and cardio wheel I have to jump or land on my feet because it hurts my knees. I was searching for cardio workouts for people with bad knees and came across your video and in so glad I found it. I was able to keep up with this and I’m excited to see what you’re other videos are. Thank you!

  • So excited and grateful to have found this program and look forward to a successful journey. Thank you so much, really enjoy your style and your pleasant voice!

  • In God’s name, how tf is this supposed to be a BEGINNERS workout?!

    I tried it and I had to stop after the first burpees, I can’t reclaim the holy land like this ��

  • I enjoy your HIIT workouts but this one starts off too slowly. It would be awesome if you could make a 20-30 min HIIT video, maybe even focusing on abs and/ or upper body, not necessarily aimed at beginners.

  • Does interval training enlarge the heart’s internal chamber (eccentric ventricular hypertrophy) so it can pump more blood per beat?
    Or does HIIT cause the heart muscle to thicken (concentric hypertrophy)?

    The information online is highly mixed.

  • Day 16 of the #januaryjumpstart challenge. This was a nice “Jumpstart” to my morning. Nice to read the posts below before I wrote this today. I love the way people share ideas and thoughts about routines. The static running with leaps definitely got me to an 8/10 this morning.

  • I’ve been following you for a few years. You are by far the best fitness instructor on the interweb. A year ago I found out my beagle had cancer so I stopped working out and dropped everything to care for her. The stress had me eating uncontrollably so I slowly gained weight. Sadly she passed at the end of January after a brave battle. I think I’m ok enough to start taking care of myself again so I just want to say thank you for all you do. I adore you and Peanut and have started working out again slowly.

  • Hi Jessica, so, I am on day 28 of the 30 day DVD series. I have missed a couple days but have been the most consistent with exercise than I have been in YEARS!!!! And, I enjoy it. Thank you for that!! I am postmenopausal, would really like to lose about 40 pounds, or the equivalent in body changes. Will that come? Oh, BTW, the pencil I grabbed to mark off my days says “Winner.”��

  • Jessica, I love and do most of your videos and DVDs. I had never done this. It is so good and COMPLETE. Thank you!! 6/8/18

  • THANK YOU so much for these videos, I have been following you for years!  One comment I love the walk and talk videos and one thing that has helped me as a procrastinator is to have a few favorite exercises that can get me in the mood to exercise!  Doing these helps me realize, I did these, I can do more!  Thanks again

  • Excellent beginner video! The tech was solid. The instructions clear and appropriate (not sure how you knew I was slouching forward ��). Exercise plan was great, with lots of options to find my fitness level to get to the various intensities you directed. Especially appreciated the mini previews of the HIIT portion. Keep up the great work Jessica, you are a real help to me. ����

  • Jessica, you are the best trainer there is if not the greatest. You make me enjoy exercise. I’m trying to guide myself back to a healthy weight and it has been a difficult, painfully ardous journey. No one provides a better or more accessible instruction. Thank you for your work. You give me so much hope!

  • Great way to start my day at home before getting to my desk will be building this into my day for sure. And I need to lose quite a bit of weight! Thanks Jessica!

  • I’m not a beginner but have missed my workouts for two weeks and am using this to get back into it. I love that you have what part of the workout we’re in posted on the screen. As usual, Jess, your workouts are informative and beneficial.

  • i have started working out with you walking i love your videos… I went to said thank you i can see it what its been doing i went to said big thank you.

  • Thank you, this is a great workout for someone who has struggled to back into keeping fit. It feels as though you are working hard without damaging yourself.

  • Jessica, your workout gave me the most sore legs. I work 12 hour shifts. My legs are on fire!!! I love your workouts! And my cats always are in my workouts too.

  • Hah, Jessica kicked my butt today �� According to my fitbit, I burned 236 calories; 13 minutes peak heart, 12 minutes cardio. I did the beginner moves. Thanks for making the videos for beginners!

  • Thank you Jessica for such wonderful workouts. Words cannot express how thankful I am for wonderful people like yourself who truly help others.

  • Fantastic work out! Thank you * new subbie! Reminds me when i used to do Denise Austin aerobics pre baby and hes 14 now! Thank you soo much for your videos. Im ready for this journey to get fit ����

  • I’m glad I watched this, I was doing 1 minute 100% 1 minute rest. After two days my body was burnt out and I’d skip days going back to the gym. Remember to have patience and let your body work naturally.

  • Yes, I’ve heard other people say this I’ve even heard more people say that you go even harder for even shorter periods of time, which is called SIT, apparently. The trouble with all that is that it’s inconvenient to fiddle with the controls especially if you’ve go a low-tech cross-trainer where the resistance is controlled manually as I have. If you’ve got a hi-tech exercise machine where you can program the intervals at the start, then these recommendations would be easier to implement.

  • If youre are eating low carb and you do HIIT to use up glycogen in muscles then your body would use fat to create more glycogen right?

  • Fantastic workout that I can do in the comfort of home and not have people staring at me a fat girl trying to loose weight. Thanks Joe. This was fantastic x

  • Hello nick I first started walking 6 weeks ago I never thought I’d get the moves but now I can’t stop I love doing your walking workouts there fantastic you really are brilliant to walk with please do some longer walks please I adore them I get right into it big thankyou Georgina from London also your groups are excellent a pleasure to walk with happy happy happy

  • I use a heart rate monitor to make sure my heart rate goes down far enough during my rest period so I can do another 20 seconds of max effort.

  • I loved this one too!!! My shoulder/neck was acting up today so I never raised my arms over my head but kept them at shoulder level and I still got out of breath. I do have a question though. It says the workout can be logged as calisthenics in the app, but mine shows 3 different versions.The first is vigorous, the second is light and the third is water calisthenics. Which one is the best one to choose?

    I also just got all of your new DVDs, and am finishing up the 6 week transformation system, so I’ve got plenty to do now!!

  • I have lost so much weight after doing your program. I have had a really hard time losing weight and I am so so happy. Thank you:*

  • Perfect for when you’ve fallen out of working out and want to jump back in. Hard enough to break a sweat at points, but the moves are easy enough to keep you from feeling discouraged.

  • Another great workout! I cannot say enough how much I have appreciated your videos! You provide an at-home option that is perfect for me while I am home with my daughter and each exercise is unique and dynamic and the instruction is very concise and easy to follow!

  • Im doing this walks for almost three weeks now beside my diet.I walk 30-45 min a day( only skipped 2 times i think) I lost 3.6 kg. Most of my fat lost is from my belly. I love all of them.
    (sorry for my bad english)

  • I enjoyed the work out. It looks easy but so effective, it made me sweat. A great way to kick start my home work out. Thank you!