Incorporating burst training into your fitness regimen is a great way to shed pounds fast! Below is a short video that will demonstrate a full body burst workout. But first, let’s make sure you understand WHY you should give burst training a try.
Traditional endurance training keeps the body moving longer at moderate levels of intensity. Burst training uses a series of high-intensity exercises for a shorter period of time, along with brief periods of lower-intensity movement. Most of us don’t have a lot of extra time in the day. With burst training you don’t need as much time to get an effective workout in. All you need is about 15 minutes, which is probably how long it takes you to find parking at a gym so you can use the elliptical machine or treadmill!
Here’s another reason burst training is good for you. A study in the Journal of Applied Physiology showed that for people with type 2 diabetes, burst training could rapidly improve glucose control and improve metabolic health.
This routine uses burpees, v-ups, 180 jumps and crab dips. So what are you waiting for? Watch how Morgan from Burn Boot Camp does it. Then give this full body burst workout a try!