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Campus Recreation and Intramurals- Virtual Group Fitness Workout Videos

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High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT): A full-body fat burning workout that improves strength, burns calories, and helps build lean muscle. Workout Time: 30 minutes Trainer Tip: This exercise can be done with just your bodyweight. To #LevelUp your workout, use light (2-5lb) weights for upper body (dumbbells, soup cans, water bottles, etc.) movements, and add weight to load the lower body portion of the workout - I used a textbook; be creative with any weight you have available. Add your own music to the workout or follow me on Spotify @jessica_whitacre7 and search for my playlist HIIT-30. Disclaimer: Physical exercise, as depicted in this video, is a strenuous activity. There are numerous inherent risks associated with physical exercise, including the risk of serious bodily injury or death. Before engaging in any form of exercise or an exercise program, you should consult with your physician to ensure you are in good health and the exercise or exercise program is appropriate for you. Nothing contained within this video should be construed as medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. This video is intended for educational use only. The use of any information on this video is at your own risk. Georgia Southern University is not liable for any claims or causes of action arising out of the use of this video or the information contained within. Keep up with CRI and the RAC! Visit our website: CRI on Instagram: CRI on Facebook: CRI on Twitter: #LiveYourBestLife


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