Have you found your favorite high intensity interval training workouts? HIIT workouts are
great for giving yourself a metabolic tune up that leads to a heap of fat loss and fast
results, but which ones should you do? Tabata offers a wide range of awesome moves
that get you on the right path to losing weight and having more energy, but it takes time
to perfect a good routine. This article has been compiled to save you some time in your
search for the 5 Classic Tabata Moves.
Here is a great start to your Tabata sessions. They best way to perform this move, is to
stand with the insides of your feet touching and lunge your right foot forward. For the
most effective lunge, you will want to dip low enough so that your knee ends up bent
into a 90-degree angle. Itís important to remember to keep your body right through this
exercise, so that you can jump up without leaning to the left or right. Before you land
from the jump be sure to switch feet so that you land into the position of a lunge with the
left foot forward.
Squats are a good way to boost your core power and help your body to burn more
calories. For this simple squat, start in a standing position. Arrange your feet so that
they line up with your hips. Stick your arms straight out and cross them genie style. You
want to keep your arms out of the way so you donít have the urge to place them or
brace them against your legs, which will defeat the purpose of this exercise. The goal is
to bend down until your thighs are evenly parallel
With the ground. Back your glutes up as if you were about to sit on a deep couch.
Lunges are always a good exercise for your glutes and hamstrings. To begin this
exercise, stand with your feet ant hip width. Step forward with your right leg and keep
your foot flat and parallel as it travels to where it will land and try to make sure that the
heel of your foot lands first. Drop your body downward. Your right thigh should line up
with the ground in a parallel fashion. Use your right heel to help you to push you back
up and switch to the left side.