The F45 Training HIIT Workout That You Can Do In Your Own Gym

The F45 Training HIIT Workout That You Can Do In Your Own Gym

Hate how your usual gym routine only gets you half as sweaty, fatigued, and satisfied as when someone else is commanding you through a HIIT workout? Not with this workout. We tapped hot HIIT studio, F45 Training, for a circuit you’d do in their class—so you get all the oomph of a killer HIIT workout without the studio price tag. (This is exactly why you love the burn of torturously tough workouts.) The F45 Training philosophy is simple: The “F” stands for functional and the 45 stands for the length of the classes. ICYDK, functional training is a style of workout incorporating exercises that mimic or recreate everyday movement. They usually hit multiple muscle groups and use basic movement patterns like lifting, squatting, jumping, twisting, pulling, pushing, punching, kicking, rowing, and biking. You’ll get most of that in this routine, and then some. The F45 workout example features a mix of strength and cardio sends your heart rate sky-high, and it builds lean muscle to keep you burning calories long after those 45 minutes are over. Your gym routine will never be boring (or easy!) again.Watch F45 Training global ambassador (and total fitness queen) Paige Hathaway demo the moves in the video, then go try it for yourself. (Love the burn from F45 fitness? Try the Bosu ball circuit workout they designed exclusively for Shape.) How it works: You have two options: 1) move through the entire circuit, doing each move for 45 seconds and then resting for 15 seconds before moving onto the next circuit. Repeat 5 times total. 2) Do the first move for 45 seconds, then rest for 15 seconds, then repeat this move for 5 rounds total. Then move onto the next move.

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