How to Train for TabataIt was created for elite athletes for improving athletic performance.
You can start by doing some simple interval training:
– Start with less intense but longer sprints, with a longer recovery time in between.
– Try 60-90 seconds of mid-intensity running, followed by a one-minute break
– Shorten your exercise and break times and increase your intensity every few days.
– Work your way up to four minutes, a few times a week.
1. Burns Fat:
Besides the intense cardio burns calories and melts away fat, it also, affects how our bodies process glucose and contribute to belly fat.
2. Builds Muscle
Tabata exercise engages muscles working with high intensity.
3. Creates Endorphins
Exercise improves your endorphins, which makes you happy.
4. Highly Portable
You don’t need any expensive equipment or a special place for this workout!
5. Short and Sweet
Make an effort to do your exercise most effective.
Other Tabata Variations: Not Just for Runners
The Tabata exercise principle can be applied to any workout.