Workout: Tabata-Training-Burn Fat in 4 Minutes

With Tabata training, a high-intensity interval training, you burn fat easily and quickly. So you get ruck, zuck in shape!

Summer is already here and you’re not ready for the bikini yet? Don’t worry, here’s the solution: Tabata. This effectively burns your excess fat in just four minutes. We have put together interesting and great practice videos for you.

What its Tabata-Training?

Tabata is a high-intensity interval training that straining the cardiovascular system. In each of four minutes, exercises are trained that target as many and large muscle groups as possible on the abdomen, legs, buttocks and back. Not only do you effectively burn fat, but you also improve the maximum oxygen uptake in your muscles – provided you reach your limits at every interval.

How does a Tabata workout work?

In simple and effective training, each exercise sequence is performed over eight intervals. An interval consists of 20 seconds of training each, followed by a 10-second break. The following videos show you what this can look like.

Video: Tabata exercises to imitate

Who is the Tabata training suitable for?

n principle, Tabata is suitable for everyone. However, in case of joint problems, discomfort in the spine or the heart, it is important to talk to your doctor in advance about the training and possible modifications.

If you have no restrictions, but goals such as better stamina, a more active metabolism or more strength, you are well advised with this crisp workout.

Who invented Tabata training?

Japanese researcher Professor Izumi Tabata is one of the most renowned sports scientists in the world. He developed the training of the same name at the National Institute of Fitness and Sport in Tokyo. In a scientific study, he proved that the 4-minute workout makes athletes fitter and faster than any other training program.

in addition, Izumi Tabata found that hit training (High Intensity Training) creates a so-called “after-burn” effect. Even twelve hours after the workout, calories are still burned. This is what we call training motivation!

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