Bodyweight Ripped HIIT Workout (NO EQUIPMENT NEEDED)
Bodyweight Ripped HIIT Workout
Perform each exercise for 45 seconds of work followed by 15 seconds rest one after the other. Rest for 60 seconds and repeat for 3 rounds. Warm up before and stretch after this workout. (Intermediate to Advanced Level Workout)
Double Thrust Side-to-Side Jumping Burpees 2:32
Alternating Single Leg V-Ups With A Twist 3:05
Jumping Prisoner Lunges to Squats 3:35
Wide Grip Pause Push Ups 4:20
Run and Punch 4:48
Kick Ups 5:18
Skater Hops 5:55
Side Plank With Leg Kick and Leg Raise 6:20
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Most important meal of the day for fat burning and recovery is Post Workout.
This is the best time to eat your carbs.
You will need to increase your carbs after your training sessions. You should have at least 2-1 Carbs to Protein after your finished.
After a workout like this you have drained your glycogen stores and your body is ready to be replenished so that you can refuel, continue to burn fat after your workout is done, keep your metabolism going, ensure your protein gets to the muscles and help you recovery quicker so you can workout again tomorrow.
By replenishing the carbs that you burned in the hour or so after the session you actually put the body in a better position to perform at a high level again, sooner.
Something to consider is that when there are not enough carbohydrates in your body and you are performing a high intensity activity, the secondary fuel source in this case is protein.
Not only is protein not a clean fuel source (due to nitrogen) but it is talking away from your muscles and hence will have a more difficult time repairing and restoring those muscles after your workout.
The best carbs to eat at this time will be white rice, potato, sweet potato…it is important that you meal consists of carbs, proteins and vegetable and are real, whole foods, not from a smoothie.
NOTE: you drink a smoothie that contains 2-1 carbs to protein after training as well, but you will need a real meal 1-2 hours after.
WARNING: THE INFORMATION OFFERED IN THIS VIDEO IS OFFERED AS OPINION ONLY. ALWAYS CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN BEFORE TRYING ANY NEW DIET OR EXERCISE PROGRAM. THIS WORKOUT ROUTINE MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR YOU