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  1. #11
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    Ohmygawsh, I love tabata rows. In a masochistic way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solomani View Post
    I never managed to maintain this, mainly because I need to go to the gym to do the rowing and the gym is an hour away. And going just for the row is difficult to justify. Can I do tabata at home with no equipment? For example pushups or star-jumps?

    Good idea? Bad idea?


    Thanks.

    The study documenting the improvements compared to steady state exercise was done on a stationary bike and had a warm up and cool down. Google it for the details. The interval of 20" max effort and 10" rest for 8 sets has been paired with all sorts of exercises and weights. Try it, and change it up. It's great when you don't have as much time or don't have access to the usual equipment. Just another way to get it done.

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    I've done it and its exhausting. Make sure it is the last exercise you do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phigment View Post
    I've done it and its exhausting. Make sure it is the last exercise you do.
    ever?

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    I added tabata rows to the end of my weight-lifting workout today. Loved them
    "It's a great life, if you don't weaken.". John Buchan

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    I do them in a tippy surfski - it adds a whole new level of difficulty! They're extremely effective.

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