Short and quick HIIT workout you can do at home. 16 minute bodyweight workout. This workout has modifications for postpartum moms.
It was a fun weekend, especially since it was Gary’s first Father’s day. Gary called it his “family fun day.” Whatever Gary wanted to do, we did.
Madison, Jax and I had a wonderful time with daddy. We went out to brunch and enjoyed an early dinner. Madison did great. She got a lot of compliments. She loves looking around and interacting with the people around her.
As busy parents we don’t have a lot of time to work out.
16 minute workouts are just long enough to feel the burn but not too long that you burn muscle. Do you agree? How long do you like to workout for?
As you will see below on the PDF for this purely training workout you will be doing a lot of low jacks. Low jacks are a great cardio move. And you will feel the burn in your quads and calves.
16 minute full body HIIT workout you can do at home
Are you ready to blast fat with this HIIT workout with us?
This workout only takes 16 minutes so no excuses.
Equipment: bodyweight workout – chair needed if you have diastasis like Lori
Style of workout: bodyweight HIIT
Workout focus: full body
Set Gymboss Interval Timer to timer to 24 rounds of 10 second rest and 30 second work
Make sure to leave us a comment down below sharing how you liked this workout. We love hearing from you. It’s motivation for us!
PT-102-16min-HIIT (Click to download your pdf)
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We suggest for different fitness levels:
B-fits (beginner peeps) – Take your time with this workout. Take breaks when you need it. You can do regular mountain climbers or do the standing version as Lori showed in the video. Stay as low as you can in the frog jumps.
A-fits (advanced peeps) – Go for speed and limit your breaks. You can add a pike to the wide leg mountain climbers for more core action.
Postpartum (diastasis recti) – Follow along with Lori. Listen to her modifications in the video for the mountain climbers and modified plank. If you don’t feel comfortable with frontal planks do side planks.
Postpartum HIIT workout for moms that have diastasis recti
Are you a mom that has diastasis recti?
You are not alone, Lori does too! Follow along with her as the workout is safe for diastasis.
Make sure you share this with your fellow moms!
PT-102-16min-postpartum-workout (click for printable)
As Lori mentioned in video only do this workout if your gap is 2 fingers or under.
You need to have good control over your core as this has some advanced moves for ladies that have DR.
Check out her other postpartum workouts here.
Mantra for today’s workout is – I am patient.
There’s enough time to get everything you need to get done today.
We are all busy and running around like a chicken with its head cut off.
Being entrepreneurs (and mom for Lori) there is always something to do. Never ending t0-do lists.
Instead of looking at time as there is no time to do everything, switch your mindset. Think –> I have plenty of time to get everything done.
We used to be those girls who always talked about how there isn’t enough time. BUT now we no longer focus on time. We focus on our projects. We get excited that we have things to do.
Give it a try and we promise you will see that there is plenty of time.
See you at the next workout. Thanks for the support!! Never miss a workout.
Other 16 minute workouts: Click on image to see post
Can be modified to be DR friendly
Can be modified to be DR friendly
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