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18-Minute HIIT Workout 2

Quick energizing and fat blasting workout!

Kicking stress to the curb. Move. Whatever amount of time you can squeeze into a day to simply move...and SWEAT works wonders for your state of mind, confidence and energy level. It is impossible to stay stressed during a workout. Go. Now. Change clothes and try this quick energizing and fat blasting workout! Click though to download the workout. Pin it now, work out later. @jillconyersI can’t remember a time when I was more happy that it’s Friday! Work stuff and work stress. Ugh.

Kicking stress to the curb.

Move. Whatever amount of time you can squeeze into a day to simply move…and SWEAT works wonders for your state of mind, confidence and energy level.

It is impossible to stay stressed during a workout.

I’ll let you in on a little secret. Creating workouts is also another way to study for the PT exam. I’m taking what I learned from chapters read the previous week and applying the info to create a workout.

I do the workout 3 times throughout the week and then I’m ready to create the next workout.

Stress busting and fat blasting.

That’s a win-win!

Kicking stress to the curb. Move. Whatever amount of time you can squeeze into a day to simply move...and SWEAT works wonders for your state of mind, confidence and energy level. It is impossible to stay stressed during a workout. Go. Now. Change clothes and try this quick energizing and fat blasting workout! Click though to download the workout. Pin it now, work out later. @jillconyers

Equipment needed: timer, hand weights

Remember:

  • Don’t skip the warm-up or cool-down.
  • Use proper body alignment and good form.
  • Start easy and avoid pain.
  • Gradually increase intensity and/or repetitions.

Music is a must. Just like last week, grab your favorite playlist and turn up the volume. Go!

Embrace movement! jillconyers.com #move #fitness @jillconyers

If you missed last week’s HIIT workout click the image below.

18-Minute HIIT Workout jillconyers.com #workout #fitness #HIIT @jillconyers #move #fitnessfriday

How are you going to move today? Have you ever tried a HIIT workout?

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48 Comments

  1. Looks like a grey workout!!! I’m with you – moving definitely helps with stress!!!

  2. I did a quick 10 minute HIIT session after my squats, deadlifts and OHP on Friday. I love HIIT. On those days I’m pressed for time I make those workout HIIT style, perfect for getting that heart rate up and the stress gone. Thanks for the workout! I’ m going to save it for one of the many pressed for time days I have been having lately.

  3. This is a nice HIIT workout, I definitely need to try it! I agree, when I’m working out, all the stress goes away. Glad your studying is going well!

  4. Hi Jill!
    I want to let you know that I featured on your blog on my ShoutOut Saturday list of this month.
    Please feel free to grab the “featured” button on my blog.
    I also invited you to the Pinterest community board “Debbie in Shape – ShoutOut Saturday”.
    Thank you for the great information that you share!

  5. I love HIIT workouts when I’m pressed for time. I just got a new toy that counts reps/measures HR/time when I do them. Fun!

  6. I am great with the warm-up but terrible with the cool down and stretching. I really need to work on that.

  7. Your workout looks tough, but I will give it a try this weekend. I have hit a plateau where I do not get soreness anymore. Maybe this will help fire up the muscle fibers again. I’ll let you know how it goes. Wish me luck.

  8. These are total boredom busters…and I love that you explained you can’t feel stressed during a workout! I have never thought about that! These workouts seriously look like a blast. And, I am just starting to do sumo squats and LOVE THEM. Enjoy your well-earned weekend, Lovely!

  9. I’m getting into these more and more and I do love them because of the variety! There is a class that my gym offers that is HIIT circuit workout and they say it is INTENSE! I want to do it though! I’ve just done my own variation but I’m going to save this one to do next! Thanks!

  10. Love the layout of this workout. I’m attending an arm balance & inversions workshop tonight at my favorite yoga studio 🙂 happy Friday, Jill!

  11. I love your workouts Jill! This is another fantastic one! The exercises are all so simple, but still very effective!

  12. thats such a good idea to take what you learnt, and turn it into a workout! I haven’t reached that part in my textbook yet, but when I do, i’ll definitely be trying some things out 🙂

  13. I love fast, high intensity workouts. I pinned this to try later.

  14. I wear my FitBit everyday to encourage me to get up from desk and move around. When you work in an office, I’ll take any kind of help I can get. On top of that, I’ll be hitting the gym this afternoon to lift some weights!

  15. This looks great! I also love how you stress not to skip warmup and cooldown. Oops!

  16. LOVE HIIT workouts! This looks like another great one, Jill. I’m headed to teach a bootcamp class that is FULL of burpees. And then I plan on doing a bit of kettelbell work and walking as part of my movement for the day. I need to add this workout to my list of ones to try next week 🙂

  17. During marathon training I really slacked on any other types of workouts. I love HIIT workouts and am totally ready to add them back in during my break from marathon training! Love these!!

  18. I am all about stress busting and fat blasting! WOO HOO! I am moving my butt right to the airport!

  19. Awesome way to study and apply our training to weekly workouts! Getting your sweat on is definitely the best stress-buster. Today I’m going to try PiYo for the first time ever – cross-training day! If it doesn’t workout well with the big preggo belly, I will just opt for some prenatal yoga instead 🙂

  20. I more I move, the better I feel for sure!!! Thanks for another great workout. I can never pin too many of these 🙂

  21. Very good reminder about warmup and cooldown, especially for HIIT. I have a short strength circuit I do that includes plyometrics so I warm up on the bike or treadmill for 15-20 minutes first before I do any of the high intensity strength work (or any high intensity work, period).

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