This is Day 25 of the 30 Day Workout Challenge! Today’s workout is a quick, 15 minute HIIT. You should have no problems building up a sweat with this cardio routine. It’s a great fat burner, and it can be repeated if you have the time and motivation. 🙂
Only five more workouts left for this challenge, but I am planning a new challenge for January. Let’s help each other stick to our New Year’s Resolutions. If you followed the challenge this month you have already established great habits. Consistency, is more important than “Going Hard” just a couple of times per month and then being unable to work out because you are sore. You can get results in as little as 15 minutes per day.
Let’s keep our good habits going strong to start of the new year, and maybe even create some new healthy habits. 🙂
Have a great night, and enjoy the workout!
Don’t forget to check in and let me know how you’re doing, and if you’re keeping up with the challenge! You can check in on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.
1. Jump Rope
2. Table Kick (right)
3. Jump Rope
4. Table Kick (left)
5. Jump Rope
6. Jump Kick (right)
7. Jump Rope
8. Jump Kick (left)
9. Jump Rope
10. Lunge Kick (right)
11. Jump Rope
12. Lunge Kick (left)
13. Jump Rope
14. Donkey Kick
15. Jump Rope
6 thoughts on “30 Day Workout Challenge: Day 25: Kickin’ Cardio Fat Blast (15 Minute HIIT)”
Where did you get that super cute top?? Great workout!
My sister gave it to me! It’s from American Eagle. Apparently they have a workout section, which I never knew about. 🙂 She got it for me in a couple different colors.
Melissa Bender, YOU ARE THE SHIT. keeping doing what you do, woman. Thank you for EVERYTHING. I hardly post on here, but I just wanted to let you know that you have changed my life for the better.
Ps Your body is just out of this world. keep up the hard work.
I had gotten behind and did the last 3 days today! Really kicked my butt but I am back on track!
Are there rest days in between work outs or are the work outs meant to be done 30 days in a row?
You can absolutely incorporate rest days. Listen to your body, and adjust the schedule as needed. Typically 1-2 rest days per week are sufficient, but if you are brand new to working out you may need more.