Tabata – Aerobic and Anaerobic Capacity

Tabata – Aerobic and Anaerobic Capacity

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Finally, I’ve caught up posting my workouts 🙂  Today, 3/30/16, got back to deadlifts combined with DB press and wall handstand hold. Then, Tabata row bursts — push hard to improve heart and muscle capacity in the long term!

Strength & Conditioning:
20 min EMOM (every minute on the minute)
Odd Minute: 5 Deadlifts: started with 95 lbs and ended with 155 lbs
Even Minute: 5 DB Press 20 lbs each for 5 rounds and 20sec wall handstand hold for remaining 5 rounds

Cash Out:
Tabata Row (Total Calories). Completed total of 48 calories

One of the most efficient ways to increase increase aerobic (cardiovascular) and anaerobic (muscle) capacity is to tabatas training or bursts which you give it all during the working seconds. I will write a piece on tabatas. In the meantime, know that tabata training was discovered by Japanese scientist Dr. Izumi in 1996. It consists of  20 seconds work (with 10 seconds of rest in between each set) for a total of 4 minutes.

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