15 Tabata Exercise Examples

Here are 15 more Tabata exercise examples you can add to your workouts. These workouts are designed by personal trainer –  Adrian Crowe

These include:

  1. Hang Clean (45 lbs bar)
  2. DB Renegade Row to Jump Clean & Press
  3. Kettle Bell Deadlift (88 lbs)
  4. DB Thrusters (15 lbs)
  5. Kettle bell swings (26 lbs)
  6. High Bench Alternating Step Ups
  7. DB / Arm Snatch (35 lbs) x 2
  8. Bosu Ball On/Offs
  9. Jump to Monkey Chin Up
  10. Stability Ball Up/Up/Down/ Downs
  11. Jump Switch Lunges
  12. Plank Walk Up to Push Up
  13. Prisoner Squat on Toes
  14. Hockey Jumps
  15. Side to Side Burpees

Some equipment needed for these workouts include:
  • kettle bell
  • dumbells
  • bar bell
  • bench
  • bosu ball
  • chin up bar

44 Bodyweight Exercises You Can Try Tabata Style!

Here are 44 bodyweight exercises demonstrated by Tee Major that you can try doing in your next Tabata workout:

Bit of warning, since Tee Major is a military fitness trainer, some of these exercises are pretty advanced. Stick to those that you can complete on the Tabata protocol before trying the more advanced ones.

Some of these exercises require equipment:

  • Chin Up Bar
  • Fitness Ball
  • Ab Roller
  • Bench

Tabata “Fight Gone Bad”

Some Crossfit workouts are down right brutal. This one is exceptionally brutal. Aptly named “Fight Gone Bad”, it involves 40 consecutive Tabata rounds of 5 exercises with no additional rest in between exercises.

Here are the 5 exercises:

  1. Wall-ball 20 pound ball, 10 ft target. (Reps)
  2. Sumo deadlift high-pull 75 pounds (Reps)
  3. Box Jump 20″ box (Reps)
  4. Push-press 75 pounds (Reps)
  5. Row (Calories)

You basically set up a station for each exercise and you will perform all 8 rounds of Tabata intervals on each station before moving on to the next exercise.

After completing all the 5 stations above, you end up doing is 40 consecutive Tabata intervals. Enjoy.