Mayo Clinic HIIT Workout for Mind & Body – Week 1

Mayo Clinic HIIT Workout for Mind & Body – Week 1

High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) workouts are an effective way to maximize both your time and effort to be healthy and fit. In just 30 minutes, you experience a total body workout that increases your fitness, sharpens your mind and elevates your mood. Each HIIT Workout comes from actual classes performed by Mayo Clinic learners. No matter what your current level of fitness is, you will find the workouts challenging and rewarding. Each HIIT workout video details the exercise format and features a demonstration of all the exercises that make up the five stations of each class. With little to no exercise equipment, grow stronger and healthier weekly as each HIIT video builds upon the previous one. To learn more, visit https://mayocl.in/2UNKqYL

25 Comments

  1. This could be a great workout for people trying to gain strength but this is not a HIIT workout. The intensity is too low and the exercises are too stationary.

  2. This is wrong, I only hope that the rest of the advice by the Mayo Clinic is better. This routine was merely a poor useless aerobic routine. Not one muscle group was worked to exhaustion. Cancel. this and redo

  3. I like to do ball slams, or over the shoulders, box jumps, kettlebell swings, ab rollouts, or bust out the sled for time

  4. Yeah, great. Only a fat middle-aged slob like me looks at this and thinks two minutes in and I’ll be having a coronary.

  5. How could wallset and blank categorized as HiiT exercises while it won’t increase heart rate more than 70% of MHR?

  6. If you really want this to be considered Hiit, you have to do this a lot faster and harder than this video shows. The video gives a good visual on how to do the exercises, but don’t expect to get the benefits of hiit training do it like this.

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