Introduction: Full Body Workout at Home

My favorite part of the day consists of a hard workout! There's no better feeling than sweating all of the toxins out of your system especially after a long weekend. If you're like me, you're super busy with a limited time frame to workout. My daily workouts consist of 60 mins of HITT (High Intense Interval Training). It allows me to train at a fast pace, and burn a ton of calories at the same time. Just my type of workout! There's never a dull moment with HITT, each workout is different and pushes me to my limit.

Try the workout below!
Repeat Workout 6x times for best results

Step 1:

Duration: 1 min.

Proper squat technique

Align knees over feet-- never let them pass the front of the toes.

Tuck chin, focusing eyes forward and down.

Keep spine straight, and squeeze shoulder blades back down.

Step 2:

Recovery: 1 min.

Come onto your forearms with legs extended straight back.

Clasp hands and bring elbows directly under shoulders.

Come up onto the balls of your feet.

Draw belly button in toward your spine.

Step 3:

Duration: 1 min.

Straight line from heels, through hips, neck and head.

Brace abs like you were doing a mini-crunch

Elbows go directly above the hands, drive through the elbows.

Imagine driving your elbows down.

Push-up modification, knees are on the ground.

Step 4:

Recovery: 1 min

Bring your knees up to your chest as high as you can

Pumping your arms as quickly as possible.

Try to land on the balls of your feet.

Step 5:

Duration: 1 min

Stand with feet together, shoulders back and core tight,

Lift your right leg off the ground and take a big step forward.

Lower your body toward the ground until your right upper thigh is parallel to the floor

and your right knee forms about a 90-degree angle.

Reverse the movement and return to stand. Repeat on the side.

Step 6:

Recovery: 1 min

Stand with right foot on the bench, chair, etc and left foot on the floor.

Push into the right foot on the bench and lift your left knee up into the chest and then your left foot back

down to the floor as quickly as possible.

Continue this movement without changing feet for the entire 20 seconds.

Switch feet and repeat.

Step 7:

Duration: 1 min

Stand with your back facing the bench and hold it on the edge.

Rest your heel on the ground, or straighten up your legs (this is more complicated)

Use your arm strength to lift yourself up.

Step 8:

Recovery: 1 min

Keep your arms and hands relaxed; keep your hands at a 90 degree angle.

Rotate your arms from the shoulders, keep arms at your side.

When you have proper arm (upper body) your lower body (legs) will follow suit.

Keep your stride low and focus on quick turnover.