This next workout in our home workout series is called The Tiger Sprint Workout. You can do this one on days you would normally do CAR.O.L.
Just like CAR.O.L, this one is all about short, intense sprints. If you're wondering why it's called Tiger Sprint, it has nothing to do with the train-wreck Tiger King show on Netflix. 😲 We named it Tiger Sprint because we included CAR.O.L's calming voice with that same saber tooth tiger chasing you!
- Find a place where you have room to walk and sprint. You can go outside or use a treadmill if you have one at home.
- Instead of using the CAR.O.L artificial intelligence HIIT bike, we're going to improvise and use good old fashion sprinting. If your knees bother you when you sprint, you can try going up-hill or put your treadmill on an incline.
- Put in your headphones, play the video on your phone, and just follow CAR.O.L's instructions.
- Walk slow between sprints, and once the tiger starts chasing you, sprint for your life for 20-seconds!
Have fun! Don't let the tiger get you! #yourfamilyneedsyou
The Tiger Sprint Workout
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