While some fitness-lovers prefer to tone their bodies by doing low-intensity workouts such as swimming or yoga, others prefer a more intense and rapid approach, like HIIT or EMOM. EMOM, which stands for “every minute on the minute,” is a HIIT-style (high-intensity interval training) method of working out that calls for a set number of one or multiple exercises to be done every minute, for the full minute. And while no equipment is technically needed to complete an EMOM workout whether you’re at home or in the gym, its effectiveness can be increased by using tools such as weights or kettlebells to enhance both zone-specific and full-body training.
Check out our collection of 16 kettlebell EMOM workout videos for a toned and sculpted body from head-to-toe.
Source: Pop Sugar