Get Fit in the Ad Breaks

Get Fit in the Ad Breaks

Get Fit in the Ad Breaks

Make the Most of Your Ad Breaks With These Simple Exercise

Ad breaks can range from 2-4 minutes, meaning you could have a total of around 15 minutes to workout during a full show. You won’t have to decide between your favorite show and the gym anymore, because you can have both. The average adult watches about 3 hours of TV each day, usually after work. I know that after a long day at work all you want to do is sit in front of the TV and relax, but instead you should use this time in the ad breaks to get fit. Let’s take a look at what kind of exercises you can do in a short amount of time that will get you great results.

We recommend you use Tabata Training during your ad breaks. Tabata Training is a high intensity interval workout that usually lasts for 4 minutes. However depending on how long your ad breaks are you can cut the time or increase it. Tabata Training is known for have amazing results, burning heaps of calories and getting you into a sweat instantly.

Here’s how it works. You choose 4 exercises. Then you perform the first exercise for as many reps as you can for 20 seconds, rest for 10 seconds, then perform the second exercise for as many reps as you can for 20 seconds, rest for 10 seconds, repeat this for the remaining exercises. Then when you are back to the first exercise just keep repeating until the 4 minutes is finished. Next time you’re sitting in front of the TV, which could be right now, give the following Ad Break Tabata Workout a go.

Your Ad Break Tabata Workout
Remember: total of 4 minutes, 20 seconds of each exercise for as many reps as possible, 10 seconds rest in between. To make it easier you can download any Tabata app onto your smart phone and it will help you time yourself.

Ad Break 1
1. Burpees
2. Pushups
3. Bodyweight Squats
4. Sit Ups

Ad Break 2

1. Squat Jump
2. Dips
3. Lunges
4. Crunches

Ad Break 3

1. Russian Lunges
2. Jumping Jacks
3. Oblique Crunches
4. Sumo Squat

Ad Break 4

1. High Knees
2. Lying Leg Raises
3. Squat Pulsing
4. Tricep Pushups

Ad Break 5

1. Donkey Kicks
2. Bicycle Sit Ups
3. Tuck Jumps
4. Side Lunges

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