Turbo Fire Reviews: HIIT 15
Welcome back for our 5th installment of our Turbo Fire Reviews, This workout review will go over the HIIT 15 workout. But first, some of you that follow our blog, may be asking “Where have you been? Your last Turbo Fire Review was 20 days ago!” Okay, they say confession is good for the soul. While I have been obviously slacking on my reviews, I have not been slacking on my workouts. Turbo Fire is for real! Over the last few weeks, I have been sampling all the different Turbo Fire workouts. Chalene Johnson does a fantastic job of keeping you engaged and motivated. The workouts are far from boring, and they can be intense. And HIIT 15 is intense. It’s quick, fast and to the point, but I promise you….you won’t finish this workout and say “Why even bother?” I love this particular workout. I put this workout in the DVD Player when I have a short amount of time, and still need a workout. There are no excuses not to do this Turbo Fire Workout, everybody has 15 minutes! Yes, you too.
Onward and forward! This workout in reality is about 16 minutes and 25 seconds. Give or take. The workout will basically consist of 3 HIITs. During these HIITs, you will work at 110% effort for approximately 30-40 seconds. Then you get to rest for the same approximate amount of time. For this workout be effective, you have to work as hard as possible during the HIITs. You can do it, it’s only 15 minutes right. At least that’s what I tell myself! At the end of the HIIT, you should be exhausted, you’re supposed to be. The best shape person in the world, should be exhausted, if you’re not, work harder!
So you begin with a quick warm up of about 2 minutes, and then Chalene Johnson walks you through the first HIIT at a slow pace. So you know exactly what’s coming. The HIITs are all athletic in nature and are plyometric. You jump a lot. Have a soft surface, carpet, a mat, and a comfortable pair of shoes. Now if the plyometric part scares you, don’t let it. There is someone working out next to Chalene that is doing the “low impact” version.
So after the walkthru, you will do the HIIT at a fast pace, as fast as you can move. Each HIIT should get better and better. Don’t try to pace yourself, leave nothing, and take everything you can from this workout.
After your HIITs, three of them, you get a 2 minute cool down. Now if time allows, I highly recommend the Stretch 10 right after. It’s perfect for keeping you flexible, and Turbo Fire capable.
That’s it in a nutshell, and wraps up the HIIT 15, Turbo Fire Review!
Now, the very first time you do the HIIT 15 workout, I want you to come right back here, and comment your thoughts. I get so many emails of people commenting on the reviews, and I thoroughly enjoy hearing from our customers! But I also think those comments can be inspirational for others. So comment away, forward to a friend, share it on Facebook. Share
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