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Need a new tool to add to your arsenal of at-home equipment? We’ve got you covered. This multifunctional training system by Lebert Fitness is the first of its kind, and it is perfect for beginners or elite athletes, either at home, in the gym, or while traveling. Dynamic unilateral, rotational, and bilateral strength-building movements make it the most effective high-intensity trainer ever. Lightweight, portable, and designed with versatile anchors, the HIIT System works in just about every setting.
HOW IT WORKS
A virtually indestructible strap moves through the integrated friction ring to force one side of your body to dynamically resist the other. Load any exercise you can imagine: rows, presses, arm curls, lunges, squats, and many more. Change the placement of your feet to use it like an old-school suspension trainer for a full upper-body and core workout. With the HIIT System, you’ll perform hard and fast, then take breaks between sets to recharge as you build strength and endurance, and burn calories.
Check out this sample arms workout using the Lebert HIIT System.
Warm up for 5-10 minutes, then perform each move for 30 seconds and then rest 30 seconds. Repeat this circuit 3-5 times, depending on your fitness level.
Plant both feet shoulder-width apart and bend into a squat where both thighs are leveled.
Holding both straps, extend one arm forward while the other bends at the elbow and pulls back.
Continue alternating arms.
BONUS: Pulse in the squat to add a lower-body component.
UNILATERAL BICEPS CURL
Stand with feet hip-width apart, and grasp both HIIT System handles with fists facing you, elbows facing forward. Bend at the elbow to curl upwards, alternating arms for all reps.
JUMP SQUAT WITH TRICEPS PRESS
Holding the HIIT System handles in both hands, place feet shoulder width-apart. Bend deeply into your squat while pulling both straps towards you. Jump straight up while straightening your arms towards the ground. Continue for all reps.
Want to Switch Things Up?
Alternate your reps with wide and narrow base jump squats.