Magical 15 Minute HIIT Cardio Workout


Magical 15 Minute HIIT Cardio Workout

EVER WONDERED IF YOU COULD ACTUALLY GET A GOOD WORKOUT IN 15 MINUTES?! THEN YOU HAVEN’T TRIED THIS HEART PUMPING, CALORIE BURNING, 15-MINUTE HIIT CARDIO WORKOUT VIDEO. YOU DON’T NEED ANY EQUIPMENT, JUST YOUR BODYWEIGHT AND 15-MINUTES — HIT PLAY, AND LET’S SEE WHAT WE CAN ACCOMPLISH IN 15-MINUTES!



HIIT Cardio FAQs

My inbox and DMs are full of questions about exercise routines, modifications, and the like.

I love filming these full length, audio-supported workout videos because they give me the chance to talk through the moves with you, rather than trying to demonstrate it in a 2-dimensional picture! That being said, here are some common questions I get asked about HIIT Cardio.

What is HIIT? HIIT, or High-Intensity Interval Training is a style of workout that combines short, intense intervals of ‘work’ with short rest periods. The idea is that you work at your ‘all-out’ pace for short periods of time {in this workout, it’s 30 second intervals} and then catch your breath before doing it again.

What are the benefits of HIIT? HIIT is all about efficiency! It’s a quick and sweaty alternative to longer, steady-state cardio {see more on that in the next question}. One of the most obvious benefits of HIIT is time saved! However, HIIT is also great for burning calories {both during and after the workout}, increasing endurance, and increase muscle definition {American Council on Exercise}.

How is HIIT different from cardio? HIIT is a form of cardio training! It’s different than steady-state cardio {longer, slower paced run} and tends to use multi-functional moves {like squats and plyometrics, jumping} in rapid progression to get your heart rate up quickly! To compare the two, think of steady state cardio as a run next to a friend where you can hold a conversation as you run. On the contrary, HIIT is short, intense bursts of work that make you breathless, and there’s no talking to a friend during these; just trying to catch your breath.
How often should I do HIIT? 


HIIT workouts are intense — that’s part of the appeal! That also means you need to give your body time to recover between sessions. Most trainers recommend no more than 2-3 HIIT sessions per week {American Council on Exercise}.


The Workout: 15-Minute HIIT Cardio Workout Video
Use the workout video above to follow along with this 15-Minute HIIT Cardio Circuit in real time. I’ll coach you through each exercise and sweat alongside you. Or you can screenshot the exercise list below to guide you.

15 Minute HIIT Cardio Workout | At Home HIIT Workout | No-Running Cardio | At Home Cardio Workout
This 15-minute, high intensity interval cardio workout is sure to push your heart rate and maximize calorie burn.


You’ll perform each bodyweight exercises for 30 seconds. Moving directly from one, higher intensity cardio exercise to one slower exercise to keep your heart pumping the entire 15 minutes.

You can do this in your living room, hotel room, or gym. No equipment required.

1-2 Minute Dynamic Warm-Up

Down Dog Knee to Elbow
Mountain Climbers
Lunge + Cross Body Crunch
Lunge Jumps
Air Squat + Calf Raise
High Knees
Sumo Squat Heel Peddle
Sumo Drop Squat + 2 Punches
Launcher Push Up
Speed Skaters

Repeat x2 sets, and rest for 30 seconds between sets.
Cool Down + Stretch 




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