Beginner level Tabata. No equipment needed. Make sure to keep your form correct. In squats and lunges, make sure your knee does not go forward past your toes. In mountain climbers, make sure to draw in the belly button as you do the exercise. This will strengthen your core and support your spine. While doing crunches, make sure your hands are not pulling up on your neck. Your job: do as many reps with good form as you possibly can in the 20 seconds of exercise – push it hard! Then rest. The goal is to go all out and use the rest period to transition and relax. Studies show that this type of interval training maintains a residual cardio effect that boosts calorie burning longer than traditional cardio.
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