These days are the most fatigued that I have felt through this whole challenge, but I doubt it’s a feeling of burn out or anything. I feel that I am just adapting to the consistency that I haven’t had in awhile and probably haven’t had proper sleep in awhile which I will speak about further down. Otherwise, I hope you enjoy this one!

Muscles Worked

  • Full Body

Equipment Required

  • Timer/Phone Timer/Clock
  • Mat (Optional)
  • Towel
  • Bottled Water

The HIIT Workout

Duration: 20 minutes

Sets: 4

Reps: 30 seconds per exercise

Rest: 30 seconds per exercise

  1. Squat Jumps
  2. Push Ups
  3. Bridge
  4. V Ups
  5. Knee-In Twists

Health Benefits of Sleeping

I had said that I probably haven’t been getting enough sleep for the past few days and it has affected my energy throughout the day, taking naps and feeling fatigued. I start to feel tired a lot earlier than I usually do and so I think it’s important to note why you should get enough and this means 7-8 hours for the average adults:

  • Relieves you of stress
  • Your body secretes Human Growth Hormones (HGH) in your sleep which repair muscle, this means more muscle mass to be built.
  • Related to the above statement of HGH secretion with the building of muscle, more fat is lost due to muscle increasing your energy requirements and boosting your metabolism.


We’re nearly done, let’s keep pushing until we’re done and I understand that the situation is causing negative energy, I feel down too, but I am waking up and going straight into it and not pressing on my phone because I’ve realized that it causes me to feel down for most of the day and not be productive. Check out Day 7-8.

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