No more excuses. You no longer need hours of reserves to go to the gym and get in shape. Although it was developed 27 years ago, the Tabata exercise program is becoming more and more popular among those people who do not find time in their daily lives to travel to do long physical exercises every day.
This method, developed by the Japanese Izumi Tabata, involves exercising for about four minutes every day. Of course, the tests require a level of explosiveness aimed at speeding up metabolism with the aim of burning as much fat as possible while improving muscle resistance.
Some celebrities like Sara Carbonero or Chenoa seem to have chosen this type of training that positively adapts to everyone and everywhere. This can be done both on the street and in a small house and in all these cases it can be done perfectly as long as the steps are followed correctly.
Here’s how you can join the “Tabata” routine
The first thing you need to do is choose a high intensity exercise. These can be squats, burpees, static or dynamic sprints, push-ups or sit-ups. This exercise lasts twenty seconds, regardless of the number of repetitions performed. After ten seconds of rest, begin the second series of another exercise. And so on until we reach eight series.
It is important to remember that this is not a daily workout due to the significant wear and tear. Experts recommend practicing it no more than a few days a week and never at 100% intensity. In addition, as always with training based on the principle of supercompensation, the body gets used to it and the number of repetitions to be performed automatically increases.