By Haseena Shoukat
Do you find it impossible to fit exercise into your busy schedule?
High intensity interval training (HIIT) involves intense periods of exercise with short recovery periods so you can burn fat in less time. It consists of short, intense bursts of cardio workouts and strength routines fire up your metabolism and get your heart pumping. It blasts the fat and develops muscle tone from head to toe!
Here are some of the tips or exercises suggested by some of the experts which busy women can follow to get fit & toned in the midst of a their busy routine.
- The Primal Blueprint Workout
- The Prison Workout
- The Leg Burnout
- The Pyramid Workout
- The Plyometrics Power Plan Workout
The Primal Blueprint Workout
Dieting and exercise go hand in hand and one can not give good stable results without the other. Primal Blueprint Workout is suggested by Marks Daily Apple.
For this workout you can grab any 2 dumbbells, sand bag, barbell or kettlebell and complete 3 full cycles of:
- 6 cleans
- 6 overhead presses
- 6 squats
- 6 bent over rows
You can take rest between each cycle but without putting the weights down.
The Prison Workout
It’s a exercise which may help you reduce fat and hit every muscle of your body without any equipment.
- 10 squats
- 10 regular pushups
- 10 lunges on each leg
- 10 narrow(triceps) pushups
- 10 jump squats
You have to complete this cycle as much as you can within 15 minutes. It will help you to reduce fat.
The Leg Burnout
This exercise offers a proper body shape.
- 50 squats
- 50 alternating forward lunges
- 50 jump squats
- 50 jumping lunges
You have to complete the cycle twice, you can take rest between each but just to breath.
The Pyramid Workout
- Pull ups which include jumping pull ups, assisted pull-ups or lat pull downs all depend on your capability to resist.
- Burpees with a push up and a jump at the top
You have to do this exercise by doing 1 repetition of each step then 2 repetitions of each step. After completing 10 sets come back to pyramid till you reach 1 repetition.
The Plyometrics Power Plan Workout
This exercise refers to any step by which your both feet are lifted up from the ground.
- Squat Jumps
- Burpees with a pushup
- Jumping lunges
- Mountain climbers
Each step should be done for 1 minute and then you should follow the other steps without any rest after completing last step take rest of 1 minute and repeat the cycle 2 or 3 times.