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With my Tabata HIIT guide, you’ll be able to build muscle and burn fat fast with these 30 HIIT movements. Most of these workouts will not require equipment. Some will require one dumbbell, but I recommend you get two, one for upper body (5-10lbs) and one a bit heavier for lower body (10- 20lbs). Access to a gym is NOT required.
Tabata training is one of the most common HIIT workouts. Because you’re going at such a high level of intensity, your body has to work much harder to keep up. Your metabolism will stay high during and after the workout.
You will get a weekly training fitness plan
Instructional Workout Videos for every exercise
Guide to show you how to meal prep and grocery lists (including for those who follow a vegan diet)
Workout schedule is 2-4 times a week
Access to Private Facebook Support Group
Get my Quick Start Guide to Intermittent Fasting with the purchase of this program
Once you have completed the purchase, you will receive a confirmation email and a digital download email (check your spam if you haven’t seen it in your inbox), the digital download email contains your downloadable and ready to use guide. You will get a PDF file that you can view on all of your devices. To access your guide, all you must do is click the digital download link and save it to your device. Please make sure to download your guide to keep it forever, as each link is only valid for 24hrs after first accessing it.
Expect to FEEL the results of your training sooner than you SEE them. People who start a new exercise program and are consistent in getting their workouts done typically report improvements in sleep, mood and energy levels within two to three weeks. Changes in body composition often take longer to notice; the more consistent you are with your workouts and the closer you adhere to your nutrition plan, the sooner the results will become noticeable (to you and to others too!). Try focusing on not getting on the scale and focus on things like how many more pushups you can now perform and how your favorite jeans fit.
Stretch after you are warmed up, and if you want to stretch after your workout, go for it.
Train when you’re least likely to blow it off or be forced to cancel. It will take you 10-21 days to adapt to a new training time, so stick to your plan and power through.
You’d think that as your body becomes stronger and more familiar with the exercises your workouts would start to feel easier. Indeed, many people who ‘go it alone’ in the gym report exactly this. When exercises are progressed frequently and consistently, the body never truly adapts to the workout, making each feel just as challenging as the one before.
Wearing a hat is what works best for me. The key is to never take the hat off until its completely dry.
Whether you’re an absolute beginner, intermediate, or advanced, this workout guide makes it simple to get in shape and stay in shape. Don’t wait another day, let me help you achieve your fitness goals. This program is:
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