Dr Oz: Fastest Way To Get Fit with Brett Hoebel
Do you have 20 seconds to spare in getting started on your fitness goals? Dr Oz teamed up with Brett Hoebel to take the audience through some moves from his practice of HIIT Training, with the Squatting Duck, Boxer Arms, Side-To-Side Slide, and March Hop workout exercises.
Dr Oz: High Intensity Interval Training
Brett explained that HIIT stands for High Intensity Interval Training, and this workout was inspired by the research and practices of Japanese practitioner Izumi Tabata. You can learn four basic moves that you can do in front of your couch.
Do each of the moves for 20 seconds, followed by a 10-second resting period. Then repeat it once more. This will fuel the metabolism and help you get results. Combine these moves all together for a complete workout in only four minutes per day!
Dr Oz: Squatting Duck Exercise
Squat down with hips out, and put your chest to your thigh. Then do the same thing with the other leg. This burns calories in the legs while strengthening the core. Just don’t forget to breathe.
Dr Oz: Boxer Arms Move
Put one foot in front of the other in a boxer’s stance, alternating jabs with your left and right hands. Turn your hips as you go, and bend the knees to get a little extra cardio in. Switch your feet every few seconds to work out both sides.
Dr Oz: Side-To-Side Slide Exercise
Jump from right to left, and then jump back again. Lower squats and higher jumps can make the challenge more intense.
Dr Oz: March Hop Move
Start by marching in place, and then incorporate some MMA by folding your hands together and bringing them up and down around your knees as you jog. Advance to skipping to get even better results.
Have you ever done any HIIT workouts? Would you try Brett’s moves?