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Hiit for weight training

Started using HIIT for weight training too. With my trainer I use a timer and set my rests periods for a true 30 seconds and not a perceived 30 seconds. Any trainer will have no problem pushing for intensity so I feel a trainer is key. I have to focus on the task at hand and give it my all. I just started using HIIT for full body. Going to try for 6 weeks. My overall plan is jump rope using 60:30 sec, 12 rounds, 3times per week. Full body trainer session 2times per week. And a home session full body circuit 2x per week. Tabata protocol using burpees with bosu ball 1x per week. hope it works.

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Oct 11, 2010
Jumping surface
by: Anonymous

Sounds like a great workout. One recommendation regarding the rope work. It was unclear if you were going to do it all in one session or in a ‘round’ format? Either way, if you have the option to jump on some type of padded floor, (wrestling mat, MMA mat, boxing ring…) I would highly recommend that. I jump quite a bit of rope, and shin splints come with the territory, especially if you jump for any length of time on hard floors. Also, those hard floors play havoc on your Achilles’ as well.

Good luck. Let us know how it goes.


Phil

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