A bodyweight HIIT cardio workout that will burn fat and calories while having fun.

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Good morning purely fit friends! We hope you had a wonderful weekend. I (Lori) am back in town while Michelle is still down in Florida doing some extra work for our older sister. She will be back tomorrow!

Boy did I have an interesting flight home from Orlando yesterday. The flight was delayed 20 minutes – no big deal. Once in the air the flight was fine. It all started when I arrived in Charlotte’s airport. It was crazy packed. I continued to make my way to the baggage claim area and when I arrived it was slammed packed with people. I felt like I was in NYC or something. I’ve never seen it like this before – so many people in one little area. It was nuts! I was starting to get nervous about how I was going to find my bag in the sea of chaos. There were 6-7 other flights all on one carousel. Crazy!

I stood there for about 30+ minutes before they announced they changed our baggage claim carousel to another number. Thank goodness.  Finally saw my bag which was on the heavy side. I managed to pick it off and make my way to the buses to take me to my car. Again more chaos. The bus was jammed packed with people and bags everywhere. It was a struggle to get bag on and off the bus, not gonna lie. But I finally did it and found the car. I was so happy to see the car and know that I was finally home. And then all of a sudden tears came down my face. Not really sure why I just started crying. I guess I was just filled with so many different emotions. I think it was from being with family, then leaving family, then having stress with getting bag and everything.  Long story short I made it home. Thank goodness for Whole Foods hot bar and gelato to make my evening better 😉 And of course spending time with Jax and Gary.

Okay back to the workout.

We filmed this purely training workout before heading out of town for a our family vacation down at the magical world of Disney. We knew we were going to be taking most days off from working out to enjoy our time with family, so we had to push ourselves hard before leaving. And this workout accomplished that!

And what better way to get a killer working in than with HIIT. We love HIIT workouts. We love bodyweight workouts.

Full body HIIT fusion time challenge workout that requires no equipment.

Workout is made up of 3 exercises.

Goal is to complete 8 rounds as fast as you can.

Equipment: none

Style of workout: HIIT cardio

Workout focus: Full body

This was another workout that pushed us out of our comfort zone of 20 minutes or less. We finished a little over 21 minutes.

Can you beat our time?

We both loved how much this workout kicked our butts!

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Lori is in her 2nd trimester. Following along with the modifications in the video and listen to your body! Update I would not recommend this workout past first trimester, especially if you have diastasis recti. If you do in second and third trimester see modifications below.

Here is the workout breakdown.

Don’t forget to PIN this workout to try this week and come back to let us know how you liked it!

HIIT fusion time challenge bodyweight purely training 65 workout

HIIT fusion time challenge bodyweight purely training 65 workout  (click to download your printable)

We suggest for different fitness levels:

B-fits (beginner peeps) – Take breaks when needed. Omit the jumping as we show in the video. Do 4 rounds. And over time work up to 8 rounds.

A-fits (advanced peeps) – Limit your breaks. If feeling good you can try to do 10 rounds.

FIT moms (pregnancy recommendations) – Do the modifications mentioned in the video.  Follow along with Lori. Do 4 – 6 rounds depending on how you are feeling.  Omit the jumping when it becomes too much. Good to do during first trimester. Second trimester do ski abs burpees at an incline on a chair to protect the core more. And for third trimester just do burpee and do the push-up part against a wall, omit the ski ab part.

Go warm-up and then come workout with us in this HIIT fusion bodyweight workout.

*disclaimer: make sure to consult with your doctor before trying anything new with your workout routine.

What is your favorite body part to work?

Do you like full body workouts?

What type of workout would you like us to do next?

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Wearing: Black crops and tanks from Raw Threads

xo

Lori and Michelle

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12 thoughts on “HIIT fusion purely training bodyweight workout #65

  1. This looks hard! My legs are gonna be sore tomorrow (yay!) Those crop pants are super adorable

    Posted on June 9, 2014 at 10:22 am
    1. thanks Dana, we love them – where them all the time 😉

      Posted on June 9, 2014 at 11:46 am
  2. I think I can already tell this workout will be a killer! Aw sorry to hear about your journey – I hope people offered to help with your bags – I hate to see a pregnant lady struggle and no one tries to help or offer a seat (happens in London far too much!) x

    Posted on June 9, 2014 at 10:38 am
    1. no help, I know I was a little shocked too, but maybe since everyone was having issues with getting their bags they were in their own zone. xoxo

      Posted on June 9, 2014 at 11:47 am
  3. Oh my goodness!!!! I knew this was going to be challenging, but wow! I’m drenched in sweat. And my legs were shaking on the last two rounds! I love your website and you two have changed my life when it comes to workouts. I used to be a kick boxer and was brainwashed into thinking that an adequate workout meant hours and hours in the gym and lots of cardio. After bring diagnosed with PCOS I realized I needed to walk away from the sport I loved and become truly healthy. Yes I was strong, and fast and “fit” before but I wasn’t healthy and constantly trying to make weight for fights wreaked havoc on my hormones. I have two beautiful children and would love more and your story about pregnancy with PCOS gives me such hope. I believe I’m on the road to a truly healthy life and I just love you girls and all you do! Thanks for sharing everything with your readers! God bless you both and the new little baby that’s about to join your family!

    Posted on June 9, 2014 at 1:08 pm
    1. oh Mary we wish we could give you a big hug!! we are beyond thrilled to hear this!! keep up the hard work!! you’re doing amazing xoxo

      Posted on June 9, 2014 at 3:05 pm
  4. Doing that quick workout will definitely get your blood pumping!

    Posted on June 9, 2014 at 3:43 pm
  5. Looks like challenging, with all those movements which surely will make someone drenched with sweat. I love this workout Lori and Michelle! Knowing that this is also safe for pregnant women out there. I surely will recommend this to my friends. And I admire you Lori, you still find time to keep yourself healthy and fit with these workouts! 🙂

    Jean Walter

    Posted on June 13, 2014 at 10:43 am
    1. thank you Jean!! we appreciate the support!

      Posted on June 13, 2014 at 11:19 am
  6. This is killer. Imagining doing more rounds after the 8th one seems… almost impossible! Both times I’ve finished right at 20 minutes.

    Posted on June 26, 2014 at 5:59 pm
    1. Awesome job Abby!

      Posted on June 27, 2014 at 12:42 pm