Tabata -- Powerful Results, Less Time

When you’re serious about losing weight and getting fit, you do cardio. But finding an hour in your busy schedule to hit the treadmill can be difficult. If you can find time for a 4 minute workout, you can achieve the same powerful, fat-burning results of cardio, all from the comfort of your own home. High intensity interval training (HIIT), when done right can truly enhance your body’s aesthetic. Not only are you building strength, HIIT can get your heart rate up and leave you in a pile of your own sweat.

Tabata is a specific form of high-intensity interval training. The difference between HIIT and Tabata are that rest and work periods. Tabata has shorter rest periods compared to HIIT, and Tabata pushes the limit on the percentage of your maximum heart rate Tabata is great to get a quick workout in if you're short on time, need to switch up your routine, or need to improve endurance speed. Incorporate this type of workout into your fitness routine and produce results with only 4 minutes of serious work. Tabata can be the key to helping you achieve quick and lasting results.

Burn More Calories

4 minutes of Tabata training burns the same number of calories as doing an hour of steady exercising like jogging. The true calorie burning benefit is the “after-burn” effect -- when you can burn an additional 150 calories up to 12 hours after leaving the gym.

Better Aerobic Shape

You can achieve better aerobic shape with the Tabata system because Tabata training maximizes both the aerobic and the anaerobic systems . Tabata training is very demanding during those 4 minutes which increases your body’s capacity to increase oxygen uptake.

Don’t blow off your workout because of your busy schedule, skip the gym and try an intense 4-minute Tabata workout for some serious fat-blasting results.

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