One of the most popular forms of high-intensity interval training (HIIT), this 30-min class consists of alternating between max effort and complete recovery. We use 2:1 work-to-rest ratios, which means we work double the amount we rest or we rest half the amount of time we work. Interval times are varied but traditional TABATA is most often used (8 sets of 20-seconds of work, 10-seconds of rest). This type of training allows us to speed up our metabolism, burn fat, and gain lean muscle. There are lots of modifications throughout the workout for everyone to feel successful! Lots of sweat, but LOTS of fun too!
One weight (dumbbell; soup can; heavy book; whatever you got)