The Full Body Tabata Workout targets all the big muscles of your body, super charging your metabolism to lightening fast speeds. 

How do you do a tabata set? First, warm up. After that, you’re ready to do some work. 

One tabata set = 4 minutes of eight intervals of 20 seconds on and 10 seconds off (resting).

For instance, in set one you’re doing speed skaters. The goal is to do as many speed skaters as possible in 20 seconds before you rest for 10 seconds. Repeat this a total of eight times.  

Total workout time: 30 minutes

Equipment needed: Nothing

Warm Up: 10 Minutes

Tabata Set 1

  • Jumping Jacks Tabata
    How many jumping jacks can you do in 20 seconds? Rest for 10 seconds. Repeat this a total of eight times. 

(Rest 2 minutes before proceeding to next Tabata)

Tabata Set 2

  • Burpee Tabata
    How many burpees can you do in 20 seconds? Rest for 10 seconds. Repeat this a total of eight times. 

(Rest 2 minutes before proceeding to next Tabata)

Tabata Set 3

  • Plank-to-Push Up Tabata
    How many plank-to-push ups can you do in 20 seconds? Rest for 10 seconds. Repeat this a total of eight times. 

 

Jumping Jacks Tabata

  • As simple as it sounds!

Burpee Tabata

  • Begin standing with feet hip-width apart
  • Drop down into a squat position
  • Place your hands on the ground in front of you and kick your legs out behind you
  • Pull your legs back in, landing in the squat position
  • Jump to stand, repeat

Plank-to-Push Up Tabata

  • Begin in a traditional forearm plank position
  • Push up to a straight arm plank position
  • Lower down to a forearm plank position
  • Repeat, alternating the arm that pushes up first

Have a question about an exercise? Check the Exercise Glossary.

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