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Home Workout Challenge for body & mind: fat burning HIIT workout – week one, day four

No gym, no problem. Follow our four week home workout challenge for body and mind. Day four involves another HIIT workout, but this time with F45 Chelsea trainer Amber Gamble. Get ready to sweat

Happy New Year, and welcome to our new four week workout challenge for your body and mind – you’ve made it to day four!

From HIIT workouts to yoga and meditation, we have got your ‘new year, new you’ kick start sorted, to help improve not just your physical well-being but your mental health too.

home workout inspiration including personal trainers, yoga teachers and meditation experts

Covid-19 has resulted in lockdowns and tiers, which has meant gyms have had to close their doors. This has left people searching for other ways to get fit, and many have turned to home workouts.

That’s why Healthista has teamed up with a handful of fitness and wellbeing experts to help you with some home workout inspiration including personal trainers, yoga teachers and meditation experts.

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Day four is another HIIT workout that will help you burn some serious calories, and this time we are shown some killer exercises by Amber Gamble, trainer at F45 Chelsea.

If you’ve heard of F45 then you’ll know that their 45 minute workouts are pretty intense – and although this workout is only 20 minutes it’s still just as hard.

Featuring mountain climbers, burpees and lunge pulses, this workout is designed to elevate your heart rate and burn body fat.

No equipment needed but you’ll definitely need a bottle of water (and probably a sweat towel!)

Good luck!

The HIIT Workout:

15 minutes, 4 sets, six exercises.

Warm up:

  • Jogging on the spot.
  • Wide sumo squat
  • Shuffle feet with hip opener
  • Side to side inner thigh stretch
  • Star jumps

Sets 1 & 2:

Perform each of the three exercises for 40 seconds, followed by 20 seconds rest – two sets

  • Move #1 Squat pulse
  • Move #2 Static lunge pulse (20 seconds right, 20 seconds left)
  • Move #3 Mountain climbers

Sets 3 & 4:

Perform each of the three exercises for 40 seconds, followed by 20 seconds rest – two sets

  • Move #1 Plank shoulder taps
  • Move #2 Hip thrusters
  • Move #3 Burpees

Cool down.

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