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Tabata Timer
If you ever want to use the old tabata clock, it's still available here: Tabata Clock What's a Tabata? The word "tabata" refers to the format of the workout. You do 20 seconds of any high intensity exercise followed by 10 seconds of rest, for 8 rounds (4 minutes total). What's Tabata This? Tabata This is a popular tabata workout that was created by CrossFit. Tabata This Complete 8 tabata rounds of each exercise before moving to the next. What Are Some Good Tabata Exercises? Thrusters, Muscle-ups, Kettlebell Swings, Double-unders, Box Jumps, Burpees, Tire Flips, Toes-to-bars, Wall-balls, Handstand Walks, Sprints... almost anything as long as it is done at a high intensity and leaves you exhausted after only a short period of time. Why Do Tabatas? The Tabata was named after Izumi Tabata, Ph.D., a former researcher at Japan's National Institute of Fitness and Sports. Dr. After 8 days of this regimen, Dr. Dr. What is fitlb? Welcome to fitlb - Fitness Leaderboard.

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How to Get Rid of Lordosis And Eliminate Lower Back Pain Lordosis is the medical term that describes the natural inward curve or “arch” in your lower back. While there’s nothing abnormal about lordosis, an excess arch or “hyper-lordosis” is a common cause of back pain and protruding gut amongst lifters who spend many hours sitting or working behind a computer like I do. As you can see in the picture on the right below, with hyper-lordosis your pelvis is tilted forward which causes your abs and glutes to stick out. Meanwhile, the excess arching compresses the back of your spinal discs.

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