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The Tabata work out is probably the easiest to understand because there are set time rules however, I have seen some works up the time limit. Tabata is made up of high intensity levels of activity and actually is considered interval training. There is a time frame of 4 minutes, which includes either two to four exercises performed for 20 seconds each, than a 10 second cool down period.
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iBodyFit offers a nice selection of sample exercises along with variations.
Fitness Magazine does not include total work outs, but it is great for body parts to do on your own.
You Tube is my total go to at the moment for a total work out, I subscribe to two I use on a regular basis. Bex Life offers a series of Tabata workouts in a series called You Have 4 Minutes. BeFit is the other one I use, I love this one because you can do a whole work out with Jillian Michaels or Denise Austin, and more.
ShareitFtiness is a brand new site, I am actually a beta tester for the site, and love it. As a guest you will be limited, but there are a ton of workout videos there. Too bad due to Charter I can not access the site at this time. Oh and if you are able to utilize the challenges, check it out intense.