Each at home HIIT workout gives your body and mind the perfect dose of Hannah’s intensity and inspiration. Like its predecessor, FYR 2.0 is about pushing yourself, growing, and improving
► Hannah Eden’s FYR 2.0:
► Expert Training Plans:
| Monster Monday At-Home HIIT Workout |
1. Circuit: 3 rounds. Rest 10 sec. after first exercise, 20 sec. after second exercise, and 30 sec. after complex. Rest 90 sec. at the end of 3 rounds.
a. Fire Feet with Burpee Tuck Jump Drill: 3 sets, 30 sec
b. Kettlebell Hike: 3 sets, 60 sec
c. Kettlebell Squat-Press-Deadlift complex: 3 sets, 90 sec
2. Circuit: 3 rounds. Rest 10 sec. after first exercise, 20 sec. after second exercise, and 30 sec. after complex. Rest 90 sec. between rounds.
a. Sprawl Over Kettlebell: 3 sets, 30 sec
b. Alternating Kettlebell Squat Clean: 3 sets, 60 sec
c. Push-Up-Breakdancer-Shoulder-Tap Complex: 4 reps per movement. 90 seconds per round. 3 sets, 90 sec
The first day of a new Hannah Eden program is always a beast—or in this case, a monster. Monster Mondays challenge you with intensity, bring the burn, and build strength and power right from the start.
But if you tried the original FYR: Hannah Eden’s 30-Day Fitness Plan, you know the workouts are tough, but they are not senseless punishment. Otherwise, we wouldn’t have heard thousands of times how much people loved them—and keep coming back to them over and over again!
Each workout gives your body and mind the perfect dose of Hannah’s intensity and inspiration. Like its predecessor, FYR 2.0 is about finding your reason: your reason to keep pushing yourself, keep growing, and keep improving—no matter where you are in your fitness journey.
Remember, each FYR workout has three levels of exertion to choose from: moderate (Tanner, on the left), intense (Paulo, on the right), or elite badass (Hannah). You get to pick the appropriate level for you, and because you set your own pace, you can dial the intensity up or down at any time.
Today’s workout is built of progressive timed sets of 30, 60, and 90 seconds. If that weren’t tough enough, your rest periods are short—sometimes only 10 seconds! You’ll complete 3 rounds of the first block before moving on to the next.
During this first day, focus on working at a pace you can sustain for each interval until time is up. If you don’t reach the level you want, don’t worry: You’ll have the chance to repeat this workout again in later phases.
And even if today is a total struggle, come back tomorrow! It takes a few days to find your feet with high-intensity training, but once you do, you’ll get hooked.
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