Octane Training – HIIT Workouts

The strategy for performing high octane training is to use the machines in such a manner that you are completely out of breath. You leave yourself out of breath by performing High Intensity Interval Training. I use different variations depending on how I feel and what muscle group I’m working out that day. The following are examples you can use to perform your HIIT training on the actual Octane Machine:

HIIT Octane Examples (see below for workout examples):

Version 1: 20 seconds intense x 10 seconds rest -4-6 times and then a workout on the floor.

Version 2: 40 seconds intense x 20 seconds rest – 3-6 times and then a workout on the

floor.

Version 3: 15 seconds intense x 15 seconds rest – 4-6 times and then a workout on the

floor.

Version 4: 30 seconds intense x 30 seconds rest – 4-6 times and then a workout on the

floor.

Perform any of the previous versions 2 to 3 times. Each workout on the floor try to perform 3-4 sets with 30 seconds to a minute break in between sets. The workout on the floor should take you approximate 5-8 minutes depending on how many sets and how much rest you take. You can use it as a complete workout or as a finisher for another workout that you perform right before the octane training.

Here are some videos with some ideas for the floor work.

HIIT Octane Training – Squat/Deadlift Combo x Lateral/Front DB Raise Combo

HIIT Octane Training with Curls 2 Press x Overhead Dumbell Tricep Extensions

HIIT Octane Training with Bent Over Rows to Shoulder Lateral Raises

HIIT Octane Training with Squats/Deadlifts Combo x Jumping Lunges