Live Lean Nation, on today’s episode, I’m going back to the Live Lean TV time vault. That’s right, my all-time highest viewed video ever is my first 4 minute tabata workout video upload in 2012 from Myrtle Beach. This 2012 tabata workout video is approaching 1,000,000 views so please click, go watch, and help me hit the 7 figure mark! I wanted to see if I could keep up with my younger self, so I’m re-filming this tabata workout almost 3 years later on the beach in Los Angeles.
Total time: 4 mins
Work time: 20 sec (as many reps as possible with good form)
Rest time: 10 sec
1. Jump Lunges
2. Jump Squats
4. Plyo Pushups
For example: 20 seconds of Jump Lunges, then a 10 sec rest, 20 seconds of Jump Squats, 10 sec rest, etc until all 4 minutes are up (a total of 8 sets).
Remember: the goal of the Tabata Workout Program is to do as many reps (with proper form) as possible in the 20 second work period. AND ONLY REST FOR 10 SECONDS!
To do a Tabata Workout Program correctly, you need a timer that is easily accessible, doesn’t get in the way, and notifies you when your work or rest period is over. If you don’t have a timer that fits the above criteria, give the GYMBOSS a try.
Simply set the timer to 20 sec work intervals and 10 second rest intervals, then the GYMBOSS will beep/vibrate or both to tell you the interval is over. You don’t even need to look at it! It then continues until your full 4 minutes is up!