August 05, 2022 2 min read

HIIT workout quickly raises your heart rate and is great for burning calories, both during and after the HIIT routine.

HIIT stands for high intensity interval training. It is an anaerobic exercise. It works by depriving the muscles of oxygen during the small bursts of intense exercise. These workouts help tone the body by improving muscle mass, boosts agility and flexibility, and boosts weight loss.

See below list of the best calorie-burning HIIT workouts for women.

 Circuit 1. High knee

The high knees exercise improves cardiovascular endurance, burns calories, improves coordination, and strengthens the abdominal muscles. High knees exercise benefits the system by racing the heartbeat and working out the large lower body muscle group such as hamstrings, calves, hip flexors, quadriceps and glutes.

Circuit 2.Jumping Jacks

Jumping jacks increase heart rate and respiration, challenging your cardiovascular system. Jumping jacks are easy to perform, require no equipment. It enhances metabolic rate and muscle endurance, which helps burn more calories and potentially leads to faster weight loss, relieves stress and improves heart health.

Circuit 3.Burpees

Burpees are popularly used as a part of High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), which boosts cardio fitness and burns fat. A burpee is essentially a two-part exercise: a push up followed by a leap in the air. It’s a great way to work most of your body’s major muscle groups to efficiently strengthen your upperand lower body. 

Circuit 4. Power Squats 

Squatting helps shape up your legs and booty, since it targets the glute and inner thighmuscles. Helps to improve posture, reduce your risk of injury, aid in flexibility and mobility, helps burn calories and aid weight loss.

Circuit 5. Plank Hip Dips

The side plank dip is more of a strength-building exercise, engaging a range of muscles, and can also help to boost your calorie burn. This exercise strengthens your abs, oblique, and lower back, and helps to trim down your waist.

Circuit 6. Jump Lunge

Jumping lunges are a plyometric lunge exercise designed to help build lower-bodymuscle, strengthen your core, and improve your cardio.

Circuit 7.Shuffle Punch

Punches keep the heart rate up, improving your cardiovascular fitness while also blasting calories. Helps to increase strength of bones and joints, improve focus and balance and relieve frustrations.