High Metabolic Interval Training

High Metabolic Interval training

You can get the most out of this by starting your day with a workout! Even a 15-minute walk will make a difference.  The harder you work, the more calories you will burn both during and after exercise—plus your fitness level will really improve. Studies show that exercising as intensely as you can, for at least 10 minutes per day, produces the best results. High Metabolic Interval training is an effective way to increase the intensity and duration of your workouts without running yourself into the ground or risking injury. The extreme of metabolic training is CrossFit, where a few intense exercises will be repeated in a circuit with little to no rest to push the body to its absolute limit!

An example of a High Metabolic Interval training can be seen in the video above. You can do these workouts every morning in less than 10mins!

Example workouts:

Example 1

  • 30 sec squads
  • 30 sec  spiderman pushups (scaled down version pushups)
  • 30 sec Alternating lunges
  • 30 sec mountain climbers

These 4 exercises = 1 round. Do 4 rounds, will take less than 10mins

Example 2

  • 30 sec Squads
  • 30 sec Up and down Planks
  • 30 sec Lunges
  • 30 sec Bicycle Situps

These 4 exercises = 1 round. Do 4 rounds, will take less than 10mins

Example 3

  • 60 sec Alternating lunges (to make it harder use 5 pounds dumbells)
  • 60 sec sec High knees
  • 60 sec Spiderman pushups
  • 60 sec Up and down Planks

These 4 exercises = 1 round. Do 4 rounds, will take less than 10mins

Feel free to play around with these workouts by increasing times and varying workouts everyday.

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