32 Consecutive Tabata Rounds

“Tabata Something Else” is the name of a popular Crossfit WOD (Workout Of the Day). We have a demo video here with round-by-round scores so you can see how you match up in this grueling workout!

Here’s the workout:

  • 8 Rounds of Pullups
  • 8 Rounds of Pushups
  • 8 Rounds of Sit Ups
  • 8 Rounds of Squats

There’s no additional rest period between each exercise (aside from the 10 second rest interval). Good luck!

Tabata Squats – Revisited

Ok! Now that we’re done with Tabata Pushups and Tabata Sit Ups – its time to revisit the Tabata Squat!

In this variation, instead of standing up during the rest interval, you should stay in the squat position to add some isometric load to the workout.

Again, all you will need is a Tabata timer and to make sure you do as many squats as you can whilst maintaining good form during the 20 second workout intervals.

Your quads and bum will thank you (or curse you – haha!) after this 4 minute workout!

The Insane Crossfit “Tabata This” Workout of the Day! (WOD)

Are you ready to workout till you throw up? This is one of the toughest and most grueling Tabata combos ever!

Here’s the deal:

8 rounds of squats – 20 seconds per round and 10 seconds rest between each round
8 rounds of pushups – 20 seconds per round and 10 seconds rest between each round
8 rounds of sit ups – 20 seconds per round and 10 seconds rest between each round
8 rounds of pull ups – 20 seconds per round and 10 seconds rest between each round

This advance workout is a great test of your overall strength and endurance. Make sure you make a note of the maximum repetitions for each interval and total them up.

After several weeks of training, you can repeat this monster of a workout to try and beat your best scores.

Tabata Squats

Tabata squats is a great lower body workout. This exercise will isolate the quadriceps (thigh muscles) and will definitely work help you work up a sweat along the way.

Depending on your fitness level, you should aim to do 15 to 20 squats per 20 second interval. The goal here is to make sure that you maintain good form. Do not squat below the knee level so that you minimize risk of injury. If you have a Swiss ball, you can place it below your bum to ensure that you do squat below the knee level.