10-Minute HIIT Training To Work Your Muscles From Head To Toe

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The HIIT workout is great to maintain your muscular physique, even all the trainers recommend doing this type of workout. After trying for several weeks, I can definitely say that it is highly effective. What is a HIIT workout? Basically, it is a high-intensity interval training. Thus, you are given a time and a set of exercises to repeat during that time. Furthermore, I noticed it feels like a more intense cardio workout, especially for this HIIT 10-minute workout. These exercises are also my favorites because they help you sweat like nothing else. Furthermore, you will definitely get the most out of your workout. Hence, check it out:

1. Jumping Lunges

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Start standing with feet shoulder-width apart.
Then, jump your left leg forward.
Your right leg should get back into a lunge.
Your both knees should be at 90 degrees.
Then, jump up and switch your legs in midair.
That way, you will land in a lunge with your right leg in front.
Lastly, keep alternating by jumping back and forth for 40 seconds.
Then, rest for 20 seconds.

2. Plank Jacks

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Start in a high plank.
Make sure you are keeping your core engaged.
Then, jump your feet out and in for 40 seconds.
Then, rest for 20 seconds.

3. Dumbbell Thrusters

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Stand with your feet hip-width apart.
Hold a dumbbell in each hand.
Make sure your elbows are bent so your hands are at your shoulders.
Then, hinge your hips back and lower into a squat.
Go as low as you can.
Next, push through your heels to stand.
Then, press dumbbells overhead in one movement.
Return to squat and repeat for 20 seconds.
Then, rest for 20 seconds.

4. Mountain Climbers

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Start in a high plank.
Then, draw your right knee under your torso.
Make sure you keep the toes off the ground.
Then, return your right foot to starting position.
Switch legs and bring your left knee under your chest.
Keep alternating the legs for 20 seconds.
Then, rest for 20 seconds.

5. Burpees

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Start standing with your feet hip-distance apart.
Next, bring your palms to the floor.
Then, jump your feet back so that you are in high plank.
Make sure you keep your core tight and your hips lifted.
Then, bend your elbows and lower yourself into a push-up.
Follow up with a push back up into high plank.
Now, jump your feet to the outside of your hands.
While standing up, explode up and jump as high as you can.
When you jump, also make sure you are ringing your arms overhead.
Aim for 2 sets of 10 reps.

6. Tuck Jumps

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Stand with your feet together.
Then, lean forward slightly and jump as high as you can.
Make sure you bring your knees to chest.
Then, land softly on the balls of your feet.
Aim for 2 sets of 10 reps.

7. Renegade Rows

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Start in a high plank.
Hold in each hand a dumbbell resting on the floor.
Then, pull your right elbow back, raising dumbbell toward your chest.
Make sure you keep your right elbow close to the torso.
Your abs should be tight and your hips facing down.
Lower the weight and repeat on the opposite side.
Lastly, aim for 2 sets of 10 reps.

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