Busy Schedules? Don’t worry!We all have hectic lives that leave us little or no time to work-out or even get to the Gym, so here’s my tips and guidance on how to get you back on track to exercising and also a fantastic outline for a quick and easy workout called “Tabata” that you can even fit into the most hectic of schedules!
Tabata, also known as the 4-minute workout will have you out of breath quickly plus get your heart racing, it’s perfect for someone seeking to experience results within short time constraints.
“It’s a timed interval training that alternates between 20-second intervals performed at maximum effort with 10- second stages of rest, this is repeated 8 times for the ultimate exhaustive 4-minute workout” Kasia, Radiate Fitness & Leisure)
One of the key benefits of Tabata Training is that you can create different types of training depending on your fitness level for example;
Row intensely for 20 seconds
Rest for 10 seconds
Repeat 8 x times
Total Workout - 4 minutes
Pool Aqua Workout
Pool running (intense) for 20 seconds