This Super-Fun High-Intensity Workout Will Make You Forget You Are Exercising



If you’re a fan of dancing and you like HITT, then this Strong by Zumba sequence is correct up your ally.  It takes one of the best of each worlds and meshes all of it into one butt-kicking exercise that’s additionally tremendous enjoyable. So count on workout routines that target physique weight, muscle conditioning, cardio, and plyometrics, set in opposition to some cool unique tunes that mainly make it simple to maintain up. And once you add in that ball of power generally known as celeb coach Jeanette Jenkins, who whips everybody from Pink to Alicia Keys into form, it’s a assured good time.

The better part is that you just don’t want a sew of apparatus. (Translation: There is not any excuse for you to not get your sweat on.)

Watch the video to observe together with the inventive and efficient strikes described under, which supply a superb a pattern of what a standard hour-long Strong by Zumba class (you will discover one right here) has to supply. Then work the strikes into your subsequent gymnasium sesh to not solely assist you to get stronger, however ramp up your ticker too.


Sequence 1 Moves

Fighting Stance

With ft staggered one in entrance of the opposite, and a slight bend in knees, frequently shift weight from entrance to again foot. This is supposed to be an energetic restoration.

Katana Strike

Pretend as if you’re grabbing a samurai sword; pull “sword” again as you step again after which slam it down whereas concurrently leaping up.

Knee Heal

Raise proper knee on an angle, tapping it to fingers. Lower again to start out, after which instantly step proper foot ahead and diagonally in entrance of left; faucet proper heel to floor. Bring proper foot again to start out after which repeat whole sequence

Traveling Knees

Stand tall with ft shoulder-width aside. Raise left knee as excessive as doable and step down. Repeat with proper knee. Continue alternating backwards and forwards, as you progress to at least one facet.

Battle Rope Smash

Pretend as if you’re holding the ends of a rope at arm's size in entrance of hips with fingers shoulder-width aside. Brace core and act like you’re slamming ropes down as you hop to at least one facet.

Battle Rope Squat Jump

Similar to the Battle Rope Smash, besides you keep in a single place, and bounce greater and pause briefly after slamming “ropes.” 

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Sequence 2 Moves

Jumping Jack to Knee Lift

Keeping fingers at chest top, bounce legs out after which again in and lift left knee up. Lower knee after which bounce legs in and out once more, performing one other jack after which carry proper knee up. Lower again to start out after which repeat; proceed alternating.

Curtsey Lunge to Side Lunge

Stand with ft collectively; step left foot behind proper leg, and on the similar time, drop your proper knee right into a lunge place as if doing a curtsy. Press by means of each ft to rise to standing, as you push butt again and step left foot out to facet, decreasing right into a facet lunge. Repeat.


Stand with ft shoulder-width aside and knees barely bent. Hinge ahead on the waist as you increase left foot. Push off your proper foot and explode towards the left, touchdown in your left foot with knees barely bent; contact proper toes to floor behind left foot. Push off left foot and explode again towards proper, touchdown on proper foot with left toes touching behind it. Repeat, alternating sides.

Punch + Jack cross

Stand with ft wider than shoulder-width aside. As you punch left hand down and to the best facet, pivot left foot, turning left knee. Return to start out, bounce ft in, crisscrossing them, after which bounce ft again out. Repeat.

Punch + Kick

Stand with ft wider than shoulder-width aside. As you punch left hand down and to the best facet, pivot left foot, turning left. Step left foot in, rotate physique to left, turning hips, after which kick proper leg out to the facet; maintain foot flexed. Lower leg again to start out.



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