holiday HIIT workout

The holidays are here! Time to commence with the whirlwind of recitals, visiting relatives, marathon gift-wrapping and giving of every ounce of energy you have to making sure that the next few weeks are chock-full of holiday cheer! With all the hustle and bustle that the season brings, its easy to get trapped under a mound of baked goods and forget to take time for yourself.

As if scheduling workouts during an average week wasn’t difficult enough, attempting to do so during the holidays creates a particular challenge. Let’s face it, all that traveling, volunteering and entertaining doesn’t exactly afford you much time to get out and get to the studio – no matter how great the reward may be.

Fortunately, you don’t have to go far to get a great Burn 60 workout (or spend a lot of time!). The HIIT exercise format we subscribe to here at the studio can be adjusted to meet the demands of your extra busy schedule just about anywhere. Our routine below requires zero equipment and can be done 20 minutes or less!

BURN 60 holiday HIIT workout
5 rounds | 30 seconds each move
jumping jacks
push ups
sit ups


travel with a BURN 60 workout

Do you miss getting that Burn 60 Workout when your on the road for business or taking a vacation; but don't necessarily want a vacation from fitness? Burn 60 has just the thing for you! Check out this simplified Burn 60 style workout that you can do at any hotel or on any outdoor run! We hope to see you in the studio soon, but when your not with us, we'll be with you!

60 Minutes of Strength and Cardio to maximize your caloric BURN!

10 minutes Cardio (Treadmill): Burst Intervals

1 minute warm up -comfortable pace i.e. 5.0mph

2 minutes easy tempo - .5-1mph above warm up i.e. 5.5 or 6.0mph

30 second burst speed – fast tempo about 2-3mph above easy tempo i.e. 7.5 or 8.5mph

90 seconds easy tempo

30 seconds burst speed

60 seconds easy tempo

30 seconds burst speed

30 seconds easy tempo

30 seconds burst speed

1 minute cool down

The goal is to shorten your recovery time in between your high interval speeds. This builds endurance for your body, especially when training for faster road races such as 5 and 10K’s.

10 minutes of Strength (Floor): Circuit Training

Plank and Side Step (10 each leg)

Squat Jumps (20 reps)

Bench Dips (15 reps)

Burpees (10 reps)

Bicycle Crunches (30 reps)

Repeat x 2

The goal is to strengthen the full body by performing exercises that challenge multiple muscle groups and keep the heart rate elevated.

10 minutes of Cardio (Treadmill): Repeat Burst Intervals

10 minutes of Strength (Floor): Repeat Circuit Training

10 minutes of Cardio (Treadmill): Repeat Burst Intervals

10 minutes of Strength (Floor): Repeat Circuit Training


Health and Happiness,

The Burn 60 Team