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Hello Everyone!

Thanks to all our visitors for using our free tabata workout timer! We would like to say sorry for not posting any workouts or blog posts on the beach-fitness.com blog for a really, really long time! We want to start sharing our workouts and training methods with you and help everyone lose fat and get into great shape!

We first made our online tabata clock back in 2007 to help us with our daily interval workouts. However, over the past years the amount of traffic and visitors to our tabata timer has exploded! Over 3,000 people are now using our online tabata clock every day and we want to start giving you new tabata workout ideas and cool videos to watch as well.

High intensity interval training and especially daily tabata workouts has helped us get in great shape, we want to help everyone look better and achieve their fitness goals. We will be posting new workouts for you to try and ideas to go along with our free online tabata clock.

Today’s workout is a 12 minute long tabata style workout we call “core doom”. Please leave a comment below about the workout/video and give us some feedback for our next post. Also make sure to post your results as these help motivate everyone with their workouts.

Enjoy and thanks for reading!

Here’s to your health,


Workout Breakdown

Total time: 12 minutes

Set tabata timer for 24 rounds

20 seconds of ab exercise of your choice (do as many reps as you can within 20 seconds)
10 seconds of rest

Choose from the following ab exercises:

Leg Lifts
Bicycle Sit-ups
Half V-ups
Leg Lift Twists

Post your results below!


40 Different Tabata Workout Ideas

by Mike on February 24, 2012

What is a tabata workout? A tabata workout is an interval repetition workout based upon 20 seconds of work followed by 10 seconds of rest repeated for eight rounds. The 1996 journal article authored by Dr. Tabata, proved that high intensity workouts increase anaerobic and aerobic capacities… which basically means they get you fit! The tabata workout was created based upon these findings.

Why should you do tabata workouts? Tabata workouts are a great way to save time, lose fat, and have a fun workout. OK… maybe not your idea of fun but the main reason we all do tabata style workouts is simply because they work! Most tabata workouts are under 5 minutes and will get you losing fat and looking better in no time.

So just remember for a basic tabata work out: 20 seconds of movement, then 10 seconds of rest, for 8 rounds. It might seem easy at first but once you get to round 6 or 7 it gets really tough. Also, one more thing that you need is a tabata timer. And it just so happens that we have a real handy tabata workout timer for you to use. http://www.beach-fitness.com/tabata/

Body Weight Tabata Workouts:

#1: Tabata Push Ups

#2: Tabata Sit Ups

#3: Tabata Squats

#4: Tabata Burpees

#5: Tabata Lunges

#6: Tabata Pull Ups

#7: Tabata Dips

#8: Tabata Jump Squats

#9: Tabata Mountain Climbers

#10: Tabata L Sits

#11: Tabata Handstands

#12: Tabata Pistol Squats

#13: Tabata Plank

#14: Tabata Jumping Jacks

#15: Tabata High Knees

#16: Tabata Calf Raises

#17: Tabata Clocks

#18: Tabata Box Jumps

Weight bearing Tabata Workouts:

#18: Tabata Back Squat

#19: Tabata Front Squat

#20: Tabata Overhead Squat

#21: Tabata Strict Press

#22: Tabata Push Press

#23: Tabata Thrusters

#24: Tabata Dead Lift

#25: Tabata Hang Power Clean

#26: Tabata Kettle Bell Swings

#27: Tabata Weighted Push Ups

#28: Tabata Weighted Dips

#29: Tabata Weighted Pull Ups

#30: Tabata Medicine Ball Sit Ups

#31: Tabata Bicep Curls

#32: Tabata Wall Balls

Running/Swimming/Biking Tabata Workouts:

#33: Tabata Sprinting

#34: Tabata Swim Sprinting

#35: Tabata Bike Sprinting

“Tabata This” Workouts:

#36: Tabata Push Ups, Pull Ups, Sit Ups, Squats

Experimental Tabata Workouts:

#37: Tabata Cartwheels

#38: Tabata Hanuman Push Ups

#39: Tabata Boxing

#40: Tabata Wrestling


Body Composition

February 7, 2012

Understand what your body is made of and you will surely understand how to eat healthy. It was this rather simple idea that has continually propelled me along my nutrition path. Yes, I deviate; yes, I see the impending food-lapses that lie like land mines along the tracks ahead (thanksgiving…) and yes, I go through […]

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November 1st 2011 – DOUBLE DAY

November 1, 2011

First work out: 20 burpees sprint 100 meters 4 rounds Second work out: 21-15-9 Left arm KB Snatch 1.5 Right arm KB Snatch 1.5 Pull-Up “Latin tuesdays babyyy!!! LETS GOOOOOOOO!!!!!” -Veen

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October 31st – Back Squats and Toes to Bar

November 1, 2011

Back Squats – 3 sets with 6 rep max Toes to Bar – 3 sets of 20

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