Tabata Training Music, better than any Interval Timer! Let the music be your coach…
Tabata Songs offers music created specifically for Tabata Intervals.
What is Tabata?
20 Seconds of Max Intensity
10 Seconds Rest
Repeated for Four Minutes
Why Tabata Music?
The Four Minute Tabata Workout is hard enough. TIMING the workout should not be your challenge. You should not have to limit your workouts to places that have a clock, and you certainly should not be interrupting your form in order to look at your wristwatch.
Use Tabata Songs to perfectly time out your 4 minutes of 20/10 intervals.
Each Tabata Songs track gives you 10 seconds of prep time, with the actual workout beginning at the 10 second mark.We also give you the option to have a coach count you in and out of each interval (“3, 2, 1, go!”) or you can choose to simply follow the instrumental music without a coach.
Tabata Songs offers music that is written, performed, and recorded specifically for Tabata Interval Training. Put the music on your iPod and take it with you anywhere, whether you are sprinting on a track, squatting in the gym, or curling rocks at the beach. Don’t limit yourself or your workout. Just press play, Let the music be your coach…
History of Tabata
In 1996, Japanese fitness researcher Dr. Izumi Tabata performed an interval training experiment with the Japanese Speed Skating team. Dr. Tabata found this particular 4-minute protocol (now named The Tabata Protocol), to be the perfect balance of aerobic and anaerobic exercise.
Over recent years, the Tabata Method of Interval Training has gained much attention as a fat-loss tool. Fitness trainers and coaches internationally have been adding Tabatas to workout regimens, due to the method’s ability to boost the metabolism to high levels for long periods of time.
In addition to immediate fat-loss, Tabatas are also credited with the ability to retain muscle while also building cardio and muscular endurance (unlike long steady state cardio sessions).