88 Minute 1000 Calorie Workout Video - Abs, HIIT Cardio, Strength Training and Stretching

 

Calorie burn:

627 to 1028

Minutes:

88

Difficulty:

5

Equipment Needed:

Dumbbell, No Equipment

Workout type:

Cardiovascular, HIIT, Strength Training, Toning

Body focus:

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Workout Details

Fitness Blender's third 1000 Calorie Workout video brings you another fully comprehensive workout session in just one video; warm up, abs and oblique exercises, high intensity interval training, strength training, and a cool down are all included in this monster of a routine. During the actual workout you might feel exhausted, but by the time you're finished, you're going to feel re-energized and very satisfied.

Because this routine is so intensive, you really don't want to do it any more than three times a week, maximum. It includes both HIIT and strength training, which your body needs time to heal from - otherwise you run the risk of just undoing any progress that you may have otherwise made, or worse, overtraining, which can be dangerous. That doesn't necessarily mean that you can't exercise for the rest of the week - Fitness Blender has hundreds of workout videos that are lower in impact that would be great options for burning off some extra calories on those recovery days.

Workout Breakdown:
6 Minute Cardio Warm Up
10 Minute Abs and Obliques Workout
36 Minute HIIT Routine
26 Minute Total Body Strength Training
8 Minute Cool Down & Stretch

Warm Up - 40 Seconds each

Shoulder Rolls
Arm Cross Swings
Boxer Shuffle
High Knee Pulls
Squats + Reach
4 Torso Twists + Knee
Jumping Jacks
Butt Kickers


10 Minute Abs - 50 Seconds each, 10 seconds transition

Circle Crunches
Backbow Crossovers
T Stabilization Reaches
Other Side
Leg Drop Crunches
High Plank Knee Circles
Alternating Jackknife Crunches
Knee Tuck Crunches
Figure 4 Leg Raises
Crunch Pulses


HIIT Workout - Groups of 2 exercises; 20 On, 10 Off x2, twice for a total of roughly 4 minutes per group (AA BB, AA BB format)

1 Minute Boxer Shuffle to get the heart rate back up & the muscles nice and warm

Switchfoot Kicks
Squat Jumps

Lateral Hop Jumps
Burpee Holds

Single Foot Lunge Hops
4 High Knees + 2 Jack Steps

2 Plank Jacks + 2 Knee Tucks
Jackknife Get Ups

Lateral Jumps
3 Squat Jacks + Jump

Wall Jumps
Static Runners

Roundabout Push Ups
3 Heel Taps + Leg Raises

Fly Jacks
Burpees


Total Body Strength Training - Groups of two in an AB AB format, 10 Reps each

Bicep Curls
Tricep Extensions

Squats
Standing Hamstring Curls

Chest Presses + Bridge
Reverse Fly

Squats + Side Leg Raises
Calf Raises

Shoulder Presses
Squats + Inside Thigh Raises

Pullovers
Prone Leg Lifts + Curls


Cool Down & Stretch - 20 Second Holds

Wide Toe Touch
Inside Thigh + Arm Cross Pull
Overhead Triceps Stretch
Wall Chest Stretch
Quadriceps Stretch
Downward Dog
Modified Pigeon
Cobra
Torso Twist
Full Body Stretch


Does this 1000 Calorie Workout really burn that many calories?
Calorie expenditure depends on a long list of variables, including bodyweight, muscle mass, effort levels, baseline fitness levels, and more. Not everyone will burn 1000 calories with this workout, but some people will burn even more than we have estimated. It's important to realize that everyone is different when it comes to expenditure - and, that there's more to fitness than just burning off calories. This routine also focuses on strength, flexibility, balance, speed, agility, and cardiovascular endurance (both because of the high intensity intervals and because of how long the routine is). Also keep in mind that heart rate monitors are for monitoring heart rate, and that if there is a calorie burn calculator on it, it is highly likely using a standard, general equation that will not be specific to your personal variables. These are best used for their intended purpose (tracking heart rate) and any figures pertaining to expenditure should be taken with a grain of salt.

This is a long routine - if you need to you can break it up into multiple parts to fit the whole thing into your daily schedule - just make sure that you do at least a quick warm up and cool down each time you start or finish vigorous exercise.

 

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