Tabata Inspired Interval Workout

This Tabata Inspired Interval Workout will get you sweating and work your entire body in under 30 minutes!

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Tabata Inspired Interval Workout

When it comes to quick and effective workouts, intervals are the way to go! When I’m not training for a half marathon, I incorporate interval workouts into my routine much more frequently. To be honest, I’m looking forward to the end of my current training cycle so I can incorporate workouts like this much more often.

I’ve sung the praises for intervals many times because there are so many things you can do with them! This workout will have you sweating from head to toe while also hitting all your major muscles! It’s “Tabata Inspired” in that it doesn’t follow the Tabata protocol exactly. But it’s fun none the less and will get the job done under 30 minutes.

Related: Pants Optional Interval Workout

Things to Remember:
-Warm up first
-Work as hard as possible during the “work” intervals

Equipment Needed:
-Kettlebell (or dumbbell)
-Box or bench

Directions:
-Complete each exercise for 20 seconds followed by 10 seconds of rest
-Complete four rounds of circuits one and two.
-Complete one round of the cardio and abs circuits.
-Complete the entire workout twice!

Tabata Inspired Interval Workout

Related: Tabata Inspired Memorial Day Workout!

If you try this workout, let me know! I hope you enjoy it and if you do be sure to check out some of the other workouts I’ve shared like 28-Minute Total Body Interval Workout, 20-Minute Upper Body AMRAP Workout, and Total Body Blast Workout!

Question: Have you tried Tabata? What are your thoughts on it?

I’m linking with Annmarie, Jen, and Nicole for Wild Workout Wednesday!

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Comments

  1. says

    I used to try and hit the gym for a few HIIT classes but they don’t offer them anymore and I really did enjoy them. I’m curious why you don’t do them even when training for your half? If I knew I had a half coming up that weekend I’d just make sure not to do too much on the legs.

    • says

      I guess I don’t do them much when training because I feel like I don’t have time to do all the workouts I want to do since I’m always running!

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