Full Body HIIT Workout 01

One of the cooler updates to the 1Life1You Fitness training app has been the ability to add FULL on demand workout for you to follow along and complete with me.

I’ve been working on filming as many workouts as I can to provide even more options for working out and training.

This is the first, bodyweight HIIT workout filmed. This video is the first round only. The full workout is currently available on the One on One Coaching plan of the app

We are working on adding an exclusive On Demand option plan. That we be rolled out once we have at least 15-20 workouts filmed and uploaded.

The On Demand plan will be all workout you can do with little to no equipment needed. Just press play and follow along!

Stay tuned for that! And message me if you’re interested.

Full Body HIIT Workout

No equipment needed

This is the full 1st round
20s work 10s rest

  1. Jumping Jacks
  2. In & Out Squats
  3. Broad Jumps
  4. 4 Punch 4 Squat Punch
  5. Side to Side Shuffle

Virtual Spartan Race 2020 Workout

With a lot of races & events being cancelled, or forced to go virtual, Spartan Race sent out an email for a Virtual Spartan Race

A normal Spartan Race is a distance run (distance depends of the level you sign up for), with a bunch of obstacles mixed in during your run.

I love them because of the mixture of needing speed, endurance, strength, and power.

So, a virtual Spartan Race sounded interesting. Instead of obstacles, it was 20+ Bodyweight exercises.

*Start from the Spartan Race website:

THE SPARTAN VIRTUAL SPRINT CONSISTS OF A 5K RUN OR EQUIVALENT, AND THE FOLLOWING 20 OBSTACLES:

  • 10 push-ups
  • 10 burpees
  • 10 mountain climbers (per side)
  • 10 jumping jacks
  • 10 air squats
  • 10 forward lunges (per side)
  • 10 hand-release push-ups
  • 10 tuck jumps
  • 10 plank up-downs
  • 10 plank shoulder taps (per side)
  • 10 knee slap mountain climbers (per side)
  • 10 backward lunges (per side)
  • 10 glute bridge raises
  • 10 dips
  • 10 decline push-ups
  • 10 single-leg squats (per side)
  • 10 double leg calf raises
  • 10-second plank
  • 10-second 6-inch leg hold
  • 10-second iso-squat

It ended up being a solid workout. Definitely worth trying, if you can.

If running isn’t really an option for you right now, you can try out a few different substitutes:

If you have access to a piece of cardio equipment (rower, elliptical, bike, etc) go for the same 5K distance.

If you have a Jumprope, aim for 1000 single jumps

If Bodyweight exercises in place is what you can do, aim for 200 jumping jacks in place of the run.