Joe Wicks shares 15 minute HIIT workout that could help you burn fat at home

Joe Wicks is famous for his simple HIIT workouts.

The 33-year-old, who is also known as The Body Coach, shares fitness tutorials with his 763,000 YouTube followers.

And his high intensity circuits are said to work wonders – even Adele is a fan of them and credits them for her weight loss.

So how can you see similar results from the comfort of your own home?

In a recent video, Joe revealed details of a 15 minute full body HIIT workout.

In the exercise video, he works up a sweat in the Dubai heat as he puts followers through their paces.

Here’s how you can replicate his training regime:

  • 40 seconds of burpees, followed by 20 seconds of rest
  • 40 seconds of crunches, followed by 20 seconds of rest
  • 40 seconds of lateral push-ups, followed by 20 seconds rest
  • 40 seconds of squat jumps, followed by 20 seconds rest
  • 40 seconds of running on the spot, followed by 20 seconds rest
  • 40 seconds plank, followed by 20 seconds rest
  • 40 seconds curtsy squats, followed by 20 seconds rest
  • 40 seconds of toe touches, followed by 20 seconds rest
  • 40 seconds of bear crawl, followed by 20 seconds rest
  • 40 seconds leg raises, followed by 20 seconds rest
  • 40 seconds kick throughs, followed by 20 seconds rest
  • 40 seconds of squats, followed by 20 seconds rest
  • 40 seconds bicycle crunches, followed by 20 seconds rest
  • 10 high knees, followed by two lunge jumps – repeat for 40 seconds before 20 seconds rest
  • 40 seconds of burpees, followed by 20 seconds of rest

What is HIIT and why is it beneficial?

HIIT stands for high intensity interval training.

The cardiovascular exercise aims to get the heart-rate pumping in a short amount of time.

This allows fitness fans to tone up without pumping iron for hours in the gym.

Many swear by HIIT because it is varied and works a variety of different muscles.

As well as working well for weight loss, high intensity interval training can improve cardiovascular health and overall fitness levels.

Source: dailystar.co.uk

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