5 HIIT Workouts Would Give Women Great Results

Top 5 HIIT Workouts for Women.

Are you searching for a high-impact workout that doesn’t take too much time? If so, HIIT exercises make the perfect workout to get and stay fit. HIIT stands for high-intensity interval training. The activity consists of intense exercise for a set period followed by a rest interval. For example, in HIIT, you will do push-ups for thirty seconds and rest for the same duration. 

To do a HIIT routine, you need a pair of comfy runners, a set of workout clothes, and a bottle of water. Before starting any HIIT session, it’s essential to warm up your muscles. Ensure every muscle is stretched before starting. 

Let’s get started with 5 HIIT workouts you need to do right now. 

1. Butt Kicker

Stand up straight with your shoulders back. Keep the feet shoulder-width apart. Engage your core. Place both hands behind your back, one on top of the other. Start by lifting your leg back so that it nearly taps your butt. Increase the pace once you get a sense of the movement. Perform this exercise for sixty seconds. Then rest for sixty seconds. 

2. Skater

Stand up straight and place your feet shoulder-width apart. Lift your right leg and take a jump towards the right. Do the same with the left leg. When you land on the right foot, swing back the left foot and the right hand. Keep this foot off the floor. Increase your speed as soon as you master the steps.

Continue in this manner for sixty seconds, followed by a rest interval. 

3. Forearm Plank

Place a yoga mat on the floor. Lie on the mat with your face facing down. While keeping the arms under the shoulders, put your forearms on the mat. Keep the arms pointed forward. They should be parallel to one another. Extend both legs toward the back. Keep them slightly apart. Both feet should be perched on the toes. With your tailbone tucked in, engage the abdominal muscles, quads, and glutes. Maintain this position for sixty seconds. 

4. Pop Squat

This is a fun variation of the squat. Start by standing straight. While keeping the core engaged, jump and land with your feet shoulder-width apart. As soon as you land, dip one hand down straight towards the floor and tap it. While doing this step, push the other backward. Jump back by bringing both feet together and repeating. 

5. Reverse Lunge

Start this exercise by standing straight and engaging your core. Next, take a step back with the left foot and bend both feet at the knees while sinking into a lunge. When you do this, keep the hips tucked in and back straight. Return back to the standing position and bring the right foot back. 

HIIT workouts are quick bursts of intense movements followed by rest. This is effective for improving cardio fitness and staying fit. 

9-minute HIIT Workout for Beginners by 8fit

Ruby Taylor

Ruby is a professional fitness coach and a motivational person, who worked for some of the U.K's best Gyms, and helped many women to reach their fitness and health goals throughout her career. Ruby is committed to sharing all her knowledge to help you get the fitness results you dream of.

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