Hi, I'm Denise Druce. Let's look at how to do Tabata drills for maximum results. These are wildly popular right now and I'll show you how to do them the best way. Tabata drills are known as maximum pain for maximum gain. These are 20 second intervals of all out maximum intensity followed by 10 seconds of rest. And you repeat that eight times for a total of a four minute workout. It's my recommendation that you only do Tabata drills twice a week. So that every time you come to your Tabata training you're fresh. You have absolutely maximum intensity capability. I also think it's a good idea to do Tabata on either a bike or a treadmill so you can gauge your intensity. You can see how fast you are going or you can see how hard you are going. But you can also perform Tabata with a jump rope or even with lifting weights. Push yourself as hard as you can for 20 seconds and then quickly and completely rest for 10 seconds. And then start again.