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The HIIT Workout for Home (Interval Training for Living Rooms) | Nerd Fitness
We help many of our coaching clients begin at-home workouts, including HIIT routines, and today we'll share with you exactly how to train without a gym. No gym? No problem! Let our coaches build you an at-home workout! Here's what we'll cover in today's guide for HIIT at home: Let's do this thing!

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High-intensity interval training (HIIT)

Any exercise can be a form of HIIT, if it follows a specific regimen where you vary your speeds and intensity when doing it.
Example:

  • Jogging lightly for three minutes.
  • Pushing yourself harder for a minute (run or sprint).
  • Repeating this cycle 4 more times.

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    HIIT home workout

    HIIT workouts generally only last about 20 minutes, which makes them attractive for busy people (most of us).
    A 20-Min HIIT home workout:

    1. Dynamic Warm-up
    2. Bodyweight Squats
    3. Push-ups
    4. Star Jacks (or other dynamic exercises)
    5. Inverted Row (or other pull exercises)
    6. Plank (or other core exercises).
    7. A stretching to cool down.

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