3 Powerful Exercises for Fat Burning HIIT Workouts - Minimal Equipment Needed

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My "Coach Rollie Method" is not just about being effective, but it's also about being practical and efficient.  I utilize science and research to develop my workouts so that I don't waste time.  Time is a limited commodity that I personally don't want to waste, and I know busy people don't want to waste either.  High intensity interval training (HIIT) is a proven system that gets you a lot of bang for your buck when you're trying to lose body fat.  I utilize many versions and mixes of it in my programs, but the most simple way to implement it is with the 30/30 method.  It's effective, practical and efficient! 

If you're looking for a quick workout utilizing HIIT, you basically want to go as hard as you can for 30 seconds on an exercise, rest 30 seconds and repeat.  This can be done with many different exercises, but in this article I'm going to show you three that have worked exceptionally well for me. 

The first powerful exercise for fat burning HIIT workouts is the good old Ball Slam!  The great thing about this exercise is that you can use a dedicated slam ball, make one, or if you're outdoors, use a rock!  

The next powerful exercise for fat burning HIIT workouts you can do is the Walk Out.  For this one, you don't even need equipment!  Check it out. 


The third powerful exercise for fat burning HIIT workouts is the Cross Hop!  This one is a favorite of mine for athletes, and it's in Day 3/Workout 3 of my12 Day Fat X Program.  This one really drives the point home that if you want to look like an athlete, you have to train like one.  In athletic performance, QCR (quick change in direction) is of the utmost importance and the Cross Hop definitely helps with that.  Check it out. 

So if you need a quick workout, pick one of these exercises, and try 10-20 sets with it.  You can also mix and match! 

Feel free to contact me with any questions. 

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