Be Well: Tabata drills using a step are another way to stay fit

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YORK COUNTY, Pa.-- Steps can be a good tool for working out.

Combining a step with Tabata drills can make that workout fun as well.

Today on FOX43 Morning News, Mindy and Brian Quesenberry from MyFitnessQuest will be demonstrating the workouts.

Below, you can find instructions on how to complete the workout:

Step fun Tabata Style
  • 8 rounds
  • 20 seconds of work
  • 10 seconds of rest
  1. Jog it out: right lead
  2. Left lead
  3. Alternating power step-up
  4. In-in-out-out: right lead
  5. Left lead
  6. Jacks on the box
  7. Toe taps around the world
  8. Push-up variation on the box
  • Rest 1-2 minutes before starting the next Tabata.
Be sure you have warmed up & cooled down properly.
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