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HIIT workout for 30 day Belly reset

Warmup for about 5-10 minute. Perform each exercise for 30 to 45 seconds, rest for 30 to 45 seconds in between each exercise. That is one session. For multiple sessions, rest for 2 minutes and repeat. (Warning - this can be an intense workout, rest for longer if you need to, or choose the easier option)

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Time: 30-45
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stand with feet hip width apart. Step (easy) or jump to side, and lift arms overhead.
2
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Time: 30-45
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You will drop down, kick your feet back, and explode back up to standing. To start, your arms are at your sides. Then drop down, hands to the floor, feet kick back. Then drive the knees up to the ches...
3
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Time: 30-45
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Step or jump from side to side, placing trailing foot behind outside leg. Swing arms to opposite leg and bend forward if you like
4
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Time: 30-45
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Using a step, alternating feet, touch the step with foot. To increase intensity use a hopping motion.
5
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Time: 30-45
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Start with arms hands under your shoulders, knees resting on the ground. Keep your body straight, lower your chest towards the ground.
6
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Time: 30-45
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Step back to toes, drop knee towards the ground. Bring leg back to front and repeat on other side. Add difficulty by hopping feet front to back.
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Time: 30-45
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Keeping in a plank position, bring knees toward chest one at a time
8
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Time: 30-45
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March or jump in place touching hand to opposite knee
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Created By Sherry Smilar

Fitness Instructor, Personal Trainer, Wellness/Lifestyle Coach

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This workout is the product of the trainer who created it. IDEA and Athletes' Performance, Inc. are not responsible nor endorse the efficacy of this program or the appropriate use of the exercises held within.