Bodyweight HIIT


Bodyweight HIIT workout // 15 Minutes

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50 Minute Bodyweight HIIT Workout ��Burn 675 Calories! ��

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19 Bodyweight HIIT Exercises

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20 Min HIIT HOME WORKOUT | No Equipment / Bodyweight Only

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Body-Weight HIIT // No Equipment Workout

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Bodyweight HIIT Cardio Workout Sweaty At Home Cardio HIIT (no equipment)

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20 Minute HIIT Bodyweight Workout No Equipment at Home | SELF

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Today’s HIIT workout provides a total body experience in 18 minutes. The best part about it is you don’t even need to leave your living room. Give this quick home HIIT workout a try! Exercise Time: 18 Minutes Exercises: Push ups, Plank Tucks, Alternating Lunges, 1/4. Jump your feet outside your hands.

Lift your chest and drop your butt down so that you’re in the bottom portion of a squat. Then lean forward again, place your hands back on the floor in. 4 Bodyweight HIIT Workouts You’ll find each workout in the videos at the times below. And for quick reference, I’ve written out the workouts below as well! 1. The 30 Minute 30s Blast! (0:10) 2. The 5-Minute Full-Body Cardio Burner (3:34) 3. The 10-Minute Cardio Pyramid (4:32) 4. The 30/15 Full-Body Blast (6:54) The 30 Minute 30s Blast!

The Do-Anywhere HIIT Bodyweight Workout Interval training and do-anywhere bodyweight exercise are often championed for their effectiveness, so this cardio burner will leave you dripping sweat and. High-intensity interval training (HIIT) has become a popular way to burn fat in the gym, but that’s not all this type of cardio training is good for. The essential framework of high-intensity interval training is always the same: Brief, all-out work periods, separated by rest periods that you wish were just a.

HIIT, or high-intensity interval training, can be an efficient, fun way to tackle your cardio workouts, add muscle, and shred serious fat. Create fat-burning muscle. The Laval University study that found a decrease in body fat with HIIT conditioning also discovered that the subjects’ muscle fibers had significantly higher markers for fat-burning than those in the continuous steady-state exercise group. The main difference between HIIT and MRT is that MRT is better suited for strength training while HIIT is better suited for conditioning purposes.

Other than that, HIIT and MRT are very similar and their boundaries are not well defined. the workout: Back to Basics Bodyweight HIIT This back to basics bodyweight HIIT workout consists of 3 strength exercises and 3 cardio exercises broken down into 3 circuits. Repeat each circuit x 3 sets, dropping the number of strength exercise repetitions with each set — 20 reps/16 reps/10 reps. Perform each cardio exercise for 1 minute. Best Bodyweight HIIT Workout Routine For Fat Loss. fat loss Nov 28, 2018.

For the first half of my personal training career, I believed that traditional cardio training was the best form of exercise when it came to short term fat loss. Cardio burns more calories per time spent than any other form of exercise. For example, 30 minutes on an.

List of related literature:

Prior to beginning HIIT training, a person is encouraged to establish a base fitness level, which is consistent aerobic training three to five times a week for 20 to 60 minutes per session at a relatively high intensity for several weeks that produce certain cardiorespiratory and muscular adaptations.

“Nutrition and Metabolism in Sports, Exercise and Health” by Jie Kang
from Nutrition and Metabolism in Sports, Exercise and Health
by Jie Kang
Taylor & Francis, 2018

Preferably, depending on the intensity and volume of training, allow 2 to 3 days between HIIT sessions.

“Principles and Labs for Fitness and Wellness” by Wener W.K. Hoeger, Sharon A. Hoeger, Amber L. Fawson, Cherie I Hoeger
from Principles and Labs for Fitness and Wellness
by Wener W.K. Hoeger, Sharon A. Hoeger, et. al.
Cengage Learning, 2016

The definition of HIIT is high-intensity work

“The Life Plan: How Any Man Can Achieve Lasting Health, Great Sex, and a Stronger, Leaner Body” by Jeffry S. Life
from The Life Plan: How Any Man Can Achieve Lasting Health, Great Sex, and a Stronger, Leaner Body
by Jeffry S. Life
Atria Books, 2011

Preferably, depending on the intensity (light, moderate, somewhat hard, vigorous, hard, or very hard) and volume of training, allow 2 to 3 days between HIIT sessions.

“Principles and Labs for Physical Fitness” by Wener W.K. Hoeger, Sharon A. Hoeger
from Principles and Labs for Physical Fitness
by Wener W.K. Hoeger, Sharon A. Hoeger
Cengage Learning, 2015

Studies suggest a mere half hour of HIIT three times per week may yield the same physical improvements as an entire hour of normal cardio five times per week!

“What When Wine: Lose Weight and Feel Great with Paleo-Style Meals, Intermittent Fasting, and Wine” by Melanie Avalon, Sarah Fragoso
from What When Wine: Lose Weight and Feel Great with Paleo-Style Meals, Intermittent Fasting, and Wine
by Melanie Avalon, Sarah Fragoso
Countryman Press, 2018

You’ll do two high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts and two resistance exercise training (RET) workouts each week.

“Glow15: A Science-Based Plan to Lose Weight, Revitalize Your Skin, and Invigorate Your Life” by Naomi Whittel
from Glow15: A Science-Based Plan to Lose Weight, Revitalize Your Skin, and Invigorate Your Life
by Naomi Whittel
HMH Books, 2018

Depending on the volume of training (intensity and number of intervals performed), with HIIT it takes 24 to 72 hours for the body to return to its

“Fitness and Wellness” by Wener W.K. Hoeger, Sharon A. Hoeger
from Fitness and Wellness
by Wener W.K. Hoeger, Sharon A. Hoeger
Cengage Learning, 2016

Depending on the volume of training (intensity and number of intervals performed), with HIIT it takes 24 to 72 hours for the body to return to its normal resting metabolic rate.

“Principles and Labs for Fitness and Wellness” by Wener W.K. Hoeger, Sharon A. Hoeger
from Principles and Labs for Fitness and Wellness
by Wener W.K. Hoeger, Sharon A. Hoeger
Cengage Learning, 2015

HIIT can involve a variety of exercises, but at its foundation it requires all-out effort for short bursts of exercise for 7 to 30 seconds, with only enough recovery time in between sets to allow your heart rate to drop to 60% of max.

“Train Like a Bodybuilder: Get Lean. Get Big. Get Strong.” by Erin Stern
from Train Like a Bodybuilder: Get Lean. Get Big. Get Strong.
by Erin Stern
DK Publishing, 2019

This is another form of high-intensity interval training, and it follows the same basic steps as HIIT but with

“The Digest Diet: The Best Foods for Fast, Lasting Weight Loss” by Liz Vaccariello
from The Digest Diet: The Best Foods for Fast, Lasting Weight Loss
by Liz Vaccariello
Reader’s Digest, 2012

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  • This is by far the worst HIIT “workout” I’ve ever done. What passes for a “cardio” exercise in this is pathetic. And, it’s not even full body because there is not an arm exercise. I expected to feel something in my muscles or body, but was disappointed. The AMRAP at the end wasn’t good and should of had more than three exercises. It also barely worked my core.

  • I forgot how awesome this workout is! Crushed it and loved it, thank you! I hope you are getting some rest and getting stronger! See y’all tomorrow #sydneysquad

  • 5 years ago I found out this fitness channel and I remember sticking to choose some workout routines for fat burning and I remained doing them for 3 months in a row then I became lazy and I have become sedentary so I will ask questions food wise like what should I eat before or after such exercises neither do I know what time of the day is convinient for me and how many times a week. I don’t want just follow and work out just to look great eventually since mental health and health in general is important for me. Any piece of advice on which video routines out of the many you have to pick as a starter and as I have just wondered regarding healthy food I should eat in the morning or at night before or after the work outs and what kinds of foods are the right ones for me to have for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I know you guys are able to give this kind of advice.

  • My dad lost 100lbs. I visited Next Level Diet and followed their steps. I only selected food he likes and they provided me with FULL PACKET in seconds. I got 30 days DIET MEAL PLAN, TRAINING PLAN, FITNESS TIPS, and HEALTHY RECIPES as well.

  • I’m going this workout again for the first time in a while, but with a difference. I’m adding in jump rope! So it’ll be body weight for 20, rest 10, jump rope for 20, rest 10, repeat 3x and move on to the next set. Will be with a 1/2 pound rope as well. Plugged it all into a timer, should be just under one hour including the warm up and cool down.
    Wish me luck!!

  • Did this entire routine two days in a row… good grief lol. My goal is to be able to keep up with Kellie, but that’s gonna take a while! How she’s able to keep talking through out this workout is beyond me haha.

  • This was too painful to watch I almost felt bad for him but I was so happy when he finished!!! him doing the calf raises made me worry about him because I know he has a messed up angle

  • I’m 5’7, 130-132 lbs and I’m intermediate when it comes to my stamina. My relationship with working out is on and off. There are months when I run 3 miles 3 times a week and weeks when I don’t do anything.
    I like this workout. It’s not repetitive but actually knowing the sequence of exercises is helpful because it gives us an idea how much time is left until another round ends.:D I don’t have a fitbit yet so I can just estimate that an average person with similar measurements would burn approximately 200-250 calories. I will definitely update once my fitbit comes.:)

  • YES YES YES I love these videos! I honestly cannot get enough! I’m gonna be even sexier for my birthday if I keep this up. ❤❤❤❤��������

  • I’ve been doing your workouts since lockdown, they’ve been my mental and physical saviour. My friends and I live on a tiny Greek island and we meet up in a group chat every day and follow your routines. Just wanted to say we’ve all had great results and love your positivity ��

  • You’re so very cute <3 I was sweating, heavy breathing and laughing when you screamed at that spider! I practically like the calorie counter in your videos: just one question tho, how do I know how much I've burnt in that range? I guess it depends on body weight. etc.? Can you briefly explain it? Thank you!

  • Great hiit program and great music. Kiwi forgot to mention the name of the exercise she was doing.����

    Where did you get this music from? And also the one in one of your intros from old videos.

  • Just had ago at the workout before work… Great! It really helped motivate me with you actually doing it in real time… Effectively doing the sets with you really helped push me… Please do more like this! ��������

  • Loved this workout, challenged me for sure. Thank you for the motivating words during your workouts. I was in tears during the cool down just because I worked my butt off and you acknowledged that! Simple words but meant a lot!

  • My water break was longer than yours and after that I def had to pause for an extra 10 secs so that I could catch a breath. I had to open the door and stick my head outside gasping for nice fresh cold air to bring me back to life haha! But I did it) yay me!

  • Tbh I didn’t feel like losing my breath at any point during the workout. I only found the praying mentis a bit tough and that’s about it.

  • I thoroughly enjoy your videos. I’m a dance fitness instructor here in Vegas and I’m constantly taking exercises from you. Thank you sooo much, plus I love your pup he’s so cute❤️

  • SydneyI bow down to you! You are an absolute inspiration and you kept me rockin through this entire workout. I almost bailed out three times, wanting to listen to that little devil on my shoulder. But each time, I heard you pushing me to stay strong and it worked! I keep getting stronger and stronger because you have lit the fire in me. Thank you for all you do and your dedication to this amazing channel. Love you girl!

  • I called it about 15 minutes in. My legs were shaking!!! I 10/10 recommend this, but to gradually do it. I felt good stopping at 15 because I used to run hiit on the treadmill at 15 minutes, so the day after tomorrow i’ll try for 20 minutes and so on.

    lol and I really thought I was going to do this workout twice to get a 60 minute workout. THIS IS HIIT! no jokes about it

  • Hey Buff dudes! The workout was a pain and I love it! Thanks for the video! Btw can you do exercise 9 (I forgot the name) with your knees on the ground rather than foot? I don’t have enough strength to do a 3 rep. Thanks for seeing the comment and be safe ����

  • Thank you so much Sydney for your videos! I have been following your page for 4 months now as I am studying abroad and needed workouts to keep me in shape in the off-season from collegiate sports. I have been able to maintain my fitness level and have lost 10 pounds! You rock!!

  • Hey. I have been following your videos for a few months during lockdown. It has been extremely resourceful. This is the first time where the music has complimented the pace of the workout and that felt great! Some of the previous HIIT and cardio workouts music slow down when you are actually increasing tempo. This one was amazing.

  • In the middle of this.. Resting,sweating like crazy.. Came here because I don’t have the stability ball for the workout posted today

  • Hi Heather can l ask you
    If l want cardio l do HIIT or treadmill?because sometimes l boring the treadmill. Thank you and please more workout for legs with weights.

  • 11 months postpartum with #3 and I finally finished a complete one of your workouts again!! I had to do the low impact on a few but still happy ��

  • Honest question, is this HIIT if we don’t recover enough? I’d think 10 sec rest isn’t enough. This looks more like a conditioning exercise. If there are any good resources showing the difference, I’d love to see it. I am a bit confused:P Thanks!

  • Crying for the whole workout is just wow, my heart is gonna stop right now, I think I’m gonna die:).
    How much I hate you my dear self!

  • 20:55 What does the rest of that say in the bottom left there? To be performed three days a week……..I can’t make out the rest!

  • Loved it! I like the 4 sets approach as opposed to jumping from one exercise to another. I feel more tired out, and pumped! Are you gonna be doing more of these type videos?

  • amazing workout as always! as someone who’s not the best at cardio, tho, i do have a question:

    is it better for me, when i get too tired to do the high impact, to switch to low impact/whatever movement i can do, or should i pause the vid a few moments until i can continue with high impact for a while?

  • Another winner! This was a great combo of bodyweight and cardio exercises that got me sweating. Ending on double burpees made me feel so accomplished.

  • It’s my favorite channel for hiit, workout and cardio. i do this hiit workout since 2 months. And I really like it. It’s hiit my body. Keep it up guys. Specially Rhys����������

  • Make sure you do a warm-up on your own, this video does not have a warm -up,. The routine starts right away, there is a cool-down. This will get your heart rate up, great quick routine. My stability ball has not arrived so this is the workout of the day, torched 316kcal

  • Hi Heather! Should we be looking for a July calendar in the few days?!? I’ve been here with you since January with this structured format (12 weeks and April-June). I’ve been actually been following you for almost a year now. Thanks for everything at this point in my well and fitness journey. You’re doing great!

  • I found your Chanel 3 weeks ago and I been doing your workouts everyday I just love everything about you workouts thanks for taking your time

  • for anyone wondering i am 5’2 and currently at 117 lbs, i burned 390 calories. heart rate stayed up at 165-180 BPM. love and support from the ph yay

  • By far the best HIIT I’ve ever done, not too easy to get through but not too hard to pause in the middle. Much stronger on the cardio side, but the overall effect can be terrific in combination with weight lifting and body toning workout.

  • Heather, thank you soooooooooooooo much for your generous YouTube classes. I’ve done your 12 week program which helped me maintain some semblance of discipline and daily agenda during this pandemic. I now enjoy working out although I still struggle and rest in between. But I love your workouts! Thank you so much for your kindness and generosity.

  • New subscriber here! I adored this workout, it was intense but I didn’t feel like I was dying and I just feel so good afterwards! Love that you included the stretching and cool down!!!

  • I mean it’s definitely not 50 minutes. The cool down was a little too long for a workout that didn’t really tire me out that much. it left me In the end wanting to add to a workout which I haven’t done in a while.
    I have discovered her workouts a few weeks ago and I do some of her body weight hiit and ab workouts in between heather Robertson workouts and I don’t feel satisfied in the end.
    I honestly don’t half ass any moves and I don’t burn anywhere close to what she burns even tho I’m measuring with a same device and our age weight and height is pretty much identical.
    I burned 334 kcal for those wondering.

  • 56 next week and really proud to say I did crush this one!! Still hate push-ups of any kind but I did them (on my knees:)). Love your videos!

  • I have a question, well actually a few, 1. When you are doing the exercise what do you say to yourself, whats the voice in your mind saying to you? 2. Do you get tired and if so what would you do when you are about to give up the rep? Thanks.

  • I did it!! I love you, Kelly. I think you are so beautiful and I feel so good after this workout. Thank you for all your hard work.

  • ı guess ı’m going to love your all exercises Heather. I do your workout almost everyday and ı most love the background music ıt makes me motivated. Like your my PT and we are in the gym:)))))))

  • Double up Burpee!!! OMG. I am so happy because a few months ago I couldn’t have done them and today I did all 3 rounds. Thank you Heather. Your videos are amazing.

  • Wow after finishing this I’m actually feeling a lot more energetic and refreshed! Before, I was really tired and don’t feel like doing anything, but now I actually have motivation to do chores and stuff!

  • Wait, I thought Superman is bad for your spine? Something about putting to much stress on it, if I remember, and that there are better exercise… I can’t quote it, but if I find that video (and medical report on which it’s based upon) I’m going to post it here

  • Loved this video!! If I didn’t follow your pace, I would’ve burned out at the start. More videos like this are much appreciated! ���� ����������

  • I was wondering if what I do is healthy, so maybe someone in the comments has a better suggestion for me. Since idk if I should do more cardio or whatever. Currently I‘m doing HIIT 2-3 (mostly 3) times a week and then different strengthening workouts twice a week (like 10-20 mins abs, or thighs or upper body). I also try to take walks on my rest days. I’m not necessarily trying to lose weight. (i mean if I lost a kg here an there no problem, I’m 5’2 and 51kg). I’m rather trying to be healthy.

  • As a fat chick trying to make the best use of this, Thank you! Great workout. Theres one or 2 things I know I can’t do, or can’t do properly, so I’ve swapped them out for dumbbell exercises. Hopefully that still works just as well.

  • I did this one a couple of days ago. And I noticed how badly in shape I am. I struggled so much due to me gaining 5kg about 1.5 years ago… which makes a huge difference. And I haven’t worked out much in those past 1.5 years, especially not HIIT. Last time I worked out was in August that went good until I had a cold in September and after that… I haven’t done much.

    Anyway… I sucked!! I’m going to try this again soon, I think. Hopefully with your videos I’m going to lose those 5kg soon and more!

  • Was able to do this workout in between a work break at home. Exactly what I needed to get my body going and feel recharged. The double burpee was my favorite. Thanks Heather!

  • Thanks for this Heather! Ive slacked for about a month now… but I promised myself today I will work harder to stay consistant See you tomorrow:)

  • Was doing fine till, LOWER BACK: Supermans I could not do it lol and also Praying Mantis Push-Ups, I had to rest my knees do that one lol but i did my best hell of a workout

  • hey sydney one more awesome workout….I appreciate that you make it fun and interesting in every workout that its hard to get bored or lazy. Love your positive speech and you know exactly how to help me push through till the end. Big thumbs up…..

  • really good! very professional! moves are easy to follow, but it’s still intense enough. I really enjoyed the workout! Major bonus point for the stretching / cool-down at the end! So that we don’t have to go fetch another video for the post-workout stretch.
    Two minor things though: the advertisement just after the 1st round (I’d rather put it at the end of the workout), and the bird dog plank is burning the forearms, no matter the surface I have under:/
    Great workout again and thanks for that!:D

  • Since everyone is stuck at home we thought it’d be fun to do weekly “follow along” cardio workouts. Haven’t done many before so leave us suggestions should we talk during the video? Offer exercise breakdowns? Show a quick preview of an upcoming exercise? Let us know. Hope all is well. STAY BUFF! -Hudson

  • I love your channel and your way.. You seem just filming yourself and doing all on your own. I am trying to make my channel on my own too. You encourage me very much thanks alot ♥️

  • I’m here because of covid. Since I’ve seen your page last week, I”ve done the two videos on HIIT. Thanks Rhys (or Reese). Btw, how many calories are we burning when we do this workout? Ty

  • Can this workout be done as my cardio on rest days? I do dumbell work 2-3 times a week, but I am limited on cardio due to plantar fasciitis. I mountain bike when I can.

  • For the first time ever I worked out in the morning instead of afternoon and I feel sooo good! Don’t get me wrong, you still kicked my butt, but it felt good:)

  • mannn I did NOT feel like working out today, but I just got up and crushed it anyways:) Thank you so much for posting these vids!! <3

  • Starting the third week of FB sweat and feeling sooo much better, lighter energized and optimistic! This workout is an old favourite from FB

  • Damn, i did this workout with ma bois today and holy shit it was good. I was like lets do 4 rounds, but 2 rounds in. I was like lets stick with 3������. Great workout though.

  • Love your work outs but I think 20 second rest after each work out is too much. Most hiit videos do 5-6 workouts before getting a rest but doing a rest after EACH move doesn’t seem very effective ��

  • This looks intense, no doubt. I don’t think this is HIIT though, from a purely technical definition.

  • Sydney you are a superstar! By the end of this workout I was exhausted but I still had a huge grin on my face that is how motivating you are. From one sports lover to the other RESPECT! Thank you for everything you do for your followers. We rely on you for our physical health which in turn builds on the mental health too. I have immense love and respect for you. More strength to you. Keep smiling! <3

  • just found this workout today, I loved it. It’s been added to my favorites. I came home from work feeling antsy and the need to sweat. Objectives met!

  • I crushed it..
    Doing your workout since locked down.. And I really loved it.. It generates an automatic strength in me everyday to exercise.. I set a perfect tuning with you in those minutes..

  • A week ago i did this workout. My legs killed for four days. I did a walk, a quick exercise, and tried to do simple active tests until I healed.

    I did this exact workout two days ago and I have NO pain. Getting ready to hit play as soon as I post this.

    For those of you wondering if it’s really worth it, it is! Progress feels incredible. Keep it up!

  • First time coming back to fitness blender in two years. At the time I had an eating disorder and was working out for the wrong reasons. After recovering I was always so afraid to come back to fitness blender because I thought I would become disappointed how out of shape I’ve become even though I worked out regularly with a different program for softball and my other sports. I finished it completely and felt so strong, and I was so proud I pushed myself just to do it again. Thank you fitness blender for all you’ve done for me ❤️❤️

  • Your workouts are so awesome, and I actually look forward to them each day! I feel so positive and strong thanks for sending your good energy my way everyday!

  • Had a go at this for the first time yesterday. Wall slides were a challenge as I didn’t have enough clear space along a wall so had to use my fold up bed. My triceps burned after the mantis push ups but today my ribs are sore from the Russian twists! Just wanted to ask, should this routine be done daily or every other day with a rest day between?

  • Working out alongside you was the only time I’ve ever felt motivated to complete a home workout. More of this content please, fellas.

  • So good! I wasn’t sure, when I watched it but Heather never cease to kick my ass. 10 moves done 3xs. Love this circuits this has been added to my long fav playlist workouts by you. HR158 Calories 213. I’m completely drenched CTC ✅ see you tomorrow for total body strength workout. ��������������������

  • I love SELF channel, thank you so much for creating this; it shares amazing workout routine to keep you stay fit. At this point, we’ve gotten used to working out in our homes, using common household items to feel the burn. SELF channel inspired me in creating my own channel. Please support and share my youtube #FreeMindSet14

  • Hands down best workouts on youtube. Couldn’t make it through all 3 sets so that’s my goal for tomorrow���� love you heather for making working out so accessible. Ty so so much!

  • I must have looked like a complete idiot doing those scorpion things compared to Rhys and Amy but still. Also, almost slipping on your own sweat is entertaining. Thanks for the great workout.

  • A great workout! Straight to it, clear, concise and every muscle worked just what I need and all in 30mins. I’m glad I found you Heather!

  • This was exactly what I was wanting today. Often when I don’t know exactly what I want, I just click on one of your videos and it never disappoints!!

  • These are just suggestions or a whole workout? And if it’s a whole workout how often I’ve to repeat and for how long I do every exercise?

  • Following you every day! You rock:)
    How about some more “Upper body and cardio workout?” Difficult to find you with that search:)

  • I love you guys! You’re the only workout channel I love, when I get a job I will have to buy some of your stuff so I can support you guys! For now I can only watch, like and comment:) ��

  • Hola…me encantan tus ejercicios y tu técnica, ademas d tu perrito tan simpatico, hoy te escribo xq quiero saber dónde compraste tu remera…quiero una!! Saludos.

  • This is perfect!!!!! You have truly saved me during this pandemic!! Please more HIIT cardio maybe one with weights. I have very bad knees so I love when you integrate arms with HIIT

  • Spectacular Cori!!!!
    I’ve just gone through that given link you shared and believe me, your arms are toned as hell��
    You are a real life ”wonder woman”

  • Also a lot of your routine’s because of body weight only reduce the risk of injury and can be done absolutely anywhere. Live long live well and please please continue the great work. people will be inspired by your videos thus getting them of their butts thus prolonging life. Feel good sister.peace..

  • Love this workout. Short but very effective! Did it two times with some butt lift and upper body combination. My plan for tomorrow as well.:-)

  • This workout is SAVING ME after 5 weeks of strict quarantine (and more to go): my butt, my sanity, those precious endorphins! THANK YOU, you guys are my favourite fitness youtubers, best wishes from Spain

  • Please fix the times for these videos. This is over a 30 min workout. Makes it a little pain to have to double check before doing it. Kinda matters if your limited on times. Otherwise, I love these videos!

  • Heather, you are the BEST! I’ve been doing your workouts (and only your workouts) consistently since the beginning of March. Back when I first started I physically couldn’t even attempt the bird dog plank… And today I CRUSHED it! Thank you, Heather! ����❤️

  • I almost didn’t work out but I told myself, “It’s 50 mins of your time and you’ll be glad you did!” And no doubt I was! Coincidentally you made an awesome point about making yourself a priority; I couldn’t agree more.
    Much love and gratitude, xoxo

  • I love these follow along workouts. They’re super challenging, fun, and adds variety for those that have limited or no workout equipment. Please PLEASE do more!

  • Awesome! You should take a few boxing pt sessions and incorporate that into your training. It ‘ll add so many different and fun options.

  • Love the workouts but my only complaint is they tend to be too squats/lunges centric. The rest of my body is fine but the next couple of days my hamstrings are so sore.

  • Its a killer worm up cardio sesion i love it,duing it for 3 days and i love the follow along, you should do more of this, and a epic song hehe

  • for a longer intermediate level workout I added light weights and combined with Pamela Reif’s “30 MIN UPPER BODY & ABS Let’s train together / No Equipment” ❤️ PERFECT session, left me feeling amazing not burnt out, and just enough ����

  • Thank you for your workouts! I need to switch from the Metallica one (which is AWESOME), and this seems like it will be a good step up. I’ll be honest, though: the music does nothing for me, so I’ll be listening to Septic Flesh instead:)

  • Amazing workout done! So hard! ���� Even if there was one missed round, but I decided not to warn you�� ���� thanks so much from Madrid ��

  • Im bored of calculating calories intake and BMI. NextLevelDiet website does it for FREE. They also provide personalized training plan and diet plan with amazing recipes

  • I always come back to this workout it seems to push me just enough and can be made harder or easier so I’m always sweaty af afterwards! Will def stay in my rotation!!

  • Hi Heather! I love your workouts. You’re currently my favorite fitness youtuber. This workout was awesome and I really feel my body exercising! Thanks for your videos

  • Problem getting the elbows touching the wall during the wall slides. Hm wonder if you need to crack something up in the spine. Otherwise excellent as always exercises and not a bad tempo!

  • Great bodyweight workout. The format is amazing. Hard work intense and strength are all in the excercises.
    The tricep pushups are a hard and the hipdips too. And more of the other moves of
    Take good care! Thank you Sydney.������

  • i genuinely underestimated this workout, totally kicked my ass! had a hard (but enjoyable and great) time completing this one. definitely looking forward to more workouts like this! keep it up guys!

  • I don’t sweat as many as her! And im trying the best i can but im not as tiered as her and definitely she is fitter than me!! I really hate that!!i wish really know what is the problem im doning

  • You are so practical and functional style, I like it, I think it’s something we all like specially nowadays when we don’t have all the time in the world…thanks! I love your workouts! Never around the bushes!

  • im huffing and puffing while writing this! I love how unpredictable you are, we all mess up, instead of doing 3 you do 4 rounds and change the workout in between, it’s all part of how and why you are so relatable. But also: maaaann those extra curtsy lunge and squat pulse huuuuurrrrttttt. Love you guys!

  • Hi I am from Brazil, I understand little or nothing in English but I love your videos, hiit training are my favorites �� �� �� and thanks for the songs during training!!!!!

  • It is a nice workout. It can be intensive and get your heart rate up while targeting everything. I just get bored of doing the same thing three times.

  • I think u shud upload kickboxing workout someday… when its from u,its gonna b really challengin n the music u mix with its gonna b ����

  • Can someone help me with how many rounds of this circuit should I be doing? And how many reps or seconds to perform each one of the exercises?

  • I really enjoyed this workout today and it worked really well with doing your 30 LI HIIT before to really rev up my body for this one. Thank you once again for challenging us to challenge our bodies!

  • You’ve delivered yet another fantastic workout! Some new moves I’ve never done! Thanks for mixing some 15 min HIITs in with the longer ones. 😉