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20-Minute Anti-HIIT Cardio Workout (At home, Dumbbell workout, Week 2) | Polar

This week 2 Anti-HIIT cardio workout is part of a 4-week strength, cardio, and mobility program that will get you feeling strong, fit, and moving well. You only need a set of dumbbells for this low-impact at-home interval cardio workout and it only takes 20-40 minutes to complete.

This Anti-HIIT routine is a completely new type of cardio workout created by a certified trainer and strength coach Jack Hanrahan (@jack hanrahan). Anti-Hiit training is a type of interval cardio where the intensity is kept moderate and you perform the exercises on a continuous basis with very minimal rest between them. It's very similar to low intensity, steady-state cardio, using dynamic exercises instead of a cyclic activity such as jogging, cycling, or swimming.

The benefits of Anti-HIIT training are:

🏃 It improves your aerobic fitness.

🔥 It keeps your body in the ‘fat-burning zone’

✔️ Joint friendly and low impact

🔋 Easy to recover from, feeling energized after, and not beat down.


➡️ WORKOUT DURATION: 20-40 minutes

➡️ AT-HOME WORKOUT: Apartment-friendly workout. The only equipment you need is a set of dumbbells. Suitable for all fitness levels.

➡️ WORKOUT INSTRUCTIONS: Perform the workout in the following fashion: Complete exercise 1. Perform three deep nasal only breaths. Complete exercise 2. Perform three deep nasal only breaths. Go back to exercise 1 and repeat this sequence for your desired workout time.

0:00​ WORKOUT: 20-40 MINUTES 0:10​ Jumping jack 0:20​ Deep nasal breath 0:36​ Dumbbell thruster 0:46​ Deep nasal breath


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