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HIIT WORKOUT ROUTINE

High-Intensity Interval Training, also known as HIIT, is a fantastic way to workout and shed calories fast, without taking too much time out of your busy schedule. This type of strength workout alternates between bursts of maximum effort and short periods of recovery.

ONE LDN has collated a series of quick workouts to help you build strength and burn calories.

The 10 Minute Workout

Jumping Jacks: Keep feet hip width apart and arms at your sides. Jump into the second position with feet apart and arms in the air. Repeat and keep up the pace.

Air Jabs: Standing with right foot forwards and hips facing towards your left side, bring your fists into a boxing position. Jab forward with the right, then across with the left, and keep your bodyweight over your right foot. Repeat on both sides.

Deep squats: With feet just over hip distance apart, keep feet pointed at a 45 degree angle. Lean your weight into your heels and engage your core. Lower your body until thighs are parallel with the floor, engage your glutes to push yourself back to the first position. Repeat and keep a slow pace.


The 20 Minute Workout

Ab crunches: Lie on your back with your feet off the ground and knees at a 90 degree angle to your body. Use your stomach muscles to pull your head and shoulders towards your knees. Hold for two seconds and slowly release. Repeat.

Push-ups: Lie on the floor on your front with your palms facing downwards under your shoulders, and your toes tucked under. Slowly raise yourself keeping your back and pelvis aligned. This is your starting position. Slowly dip at the elbows and push back up. Repeat.

Deep squats: With feet just over hip distance apart, keep feet pointed at a 45 degree angle. Lean your weight into your heels and engage your core. Lower your body until thighs are parallel with the floor, engage your glutes to push yourself back to the first position. Repeat and keep a slow pace.

Plank: Lie on the floor on your front with your toes tucked under and your arms forming a triangle underneath your shoulders. Slowly raise yourself keeping your back and pelvis aligned. Hold for as long as you can, and slowly release. Repeat.

Butt kicks: Jog or walk on the spot, and try to kick your bottom with your left heel. Alternate legs and repeat.



HIIT CLASSES AT ONE LDN

Cycle & Shred - Are you looking to shed some fat and improve your cardio? This class is for you! Ride to the hottest tunes in this freestyle high intensity cycle training whilst sweating through an intense chipper challenge. 20 minutes Cycle - 20 minutes High Intensity Training off the bike. Full speed, beast mode! The harder you work, the fitter you’ll get and the hotter you’ll look.


HIIT Strength - Get strong and lean with HIIT Strength. Barbells, weight plates, and body weight exercises will blast all major muscle groups leaving you with the lean muscle you’ve always dreamed of.


Tone & OM - This class carefully utilises strength and conditioning with yoga techniques that allow you to have the best of both worlds in just one class. This program places a heavy emphasis on balancing the body with functional HIIT training. This is then complemented by a balanced yoga flow


VIEW ALL ONE LDN CLASSES HERE






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