Here are some different moves you can try out at home.
There is nothing wrong with an ordinary jumping jack during your HIIT routine.
It doesn’t require any equipment and can be done anywhere as long as you don’t have people below you who might be bothered by the noise.
These are also good when you are working out outside and need a quick and easy way to burn some extra calories.
Challenge yourself by either setting a number limit or a time limit for doing them consistently without any breaks.
When you start looking through HIIT workouts, one thing you will notice is that there are a lot of planks involved. Just find the right one for you.
Sure, the traditional plank just requires you to hold your balance for 30 seconds or longer, but there are some other variations that require a bit more movement.
These are a lot tougher than they look, so don’t be fooled into thinking they aren’t good for a HIIT workout.
One variation you can try is plank to the pushup.
You will hold the plank for several seconds, then move down into a pushup, then go back up to the plank and hold it.
Another exercise that works well for HIIT workouts is the squat.
Similar to planks, the squat is excellent for your body, and has some different variations to be good for a high intensity, but short workout.
There is the pencil squat that is a full-body workout, where lift your arms in the air for the squat, jump up to straighten your body like a pencil, then when you land, you go down into a squat.