I see that a lot of you have enjoyed the sample Tabata classes and information I’ve shared. YAY!
As you know, class program design is something that I absolutely LOVE and can’t get enough of. Sometimes, I wish I was patient enough to repeat class programs every week, but I get too excited to introduce new things. That’s why all my classes include both the familiar and unfamiliar every time.
Today’s sample TABATA program uses the same “superset” concept/interpretation, whereby I allow you to push to maximum intensity or effort for 20 seconds with a lower-body calisthenic move. After 10 seconds of rest, you then perform an upper body or core move, allowing for 4 cycles of each exercise, totalling a 4-minute Tabata.
Here’s the program. Enjoy!
There are more sample TABATA programs from my blog. Here they are:
And if you want to know more about the rhyme/reason behind the TABATA protocol as a method of accomplishing High-Intensity-Interval-Training or H-I-I-T, here are earlier blog posts.
POST # 1: The “HOW and WHY …”
POST # 2a: Classes that burn max calories (part 1)
POST # 2b: Classes that burn max calories (part 2)
Happy Interval Training!!!