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Bodyweight Tabata Cardio & Foam Rolling Workout

Ever get those days where every muscle feels tight and you could use a pick me up? (and not reach for that 5th cup of coffee of the day).

I felt the same way the other day and decided to do a workout where I incorporated foam rolling into my body weight tabata cardio workout.

Try this bodyweight cardio workout! This is a 11 minute Body Weight Tabata Cardio & Foam Rolling Workout. The tabata style of cardio training means 20 seconds of hard work, followed by 10 seconds of rest, and repeat. Tabata is a form of high intensity interval training, which research has proven is the best method for weight loss.

Foam rolling is a form of soft tissue work and is important because our single muscle fibers ( called fascia) get bunched up throughout the day, from being sedentary, previous workouts, etc. So the foam rolling is ROLLING those bunched up fascia fibers out smooth, so that you can have better quality of movement when you lift weights. That means more work for your muscles and better results overall. In addition, foam rolling helps prevent injuries.

What you need:
-Foam Roller
-Your STRONG body! (PS- your underwear showing is not required, apparently I didn’t get the memo! I didn’t have time to re-film, so hope you like pink ;))

Workout Summary

Get Ups: 3 x 20 seconds work/10 seconds rest
Glute Foam Rolling: 1 minute/each Glute
Side Shuffle with Arm Swing: 3 x 20 seconds work/10 seconds rest
IT Band Foam Rolling: 1 minute/each leg
Mountain Climber On Steroids: 3 x 20 seconds work/10 seconds rest
Chest Foam Rolling: 1 minute/each side

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Hello! I’m Amanda Jessop, CSCS, NSCA certified fitness professional, AFAA certified group aerobics instructor, and owner of Channel Your Inner Athlete.

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