Tabata is a type of high-intensity physical exercise that involves alternating brief bursts of extremely taxing effort with even shorter bursts of rest, usually over the course of four minutes.
A HIIT exercise called a tabata tries to get the most results in the shortest amount of time. You perform eight rounds of 20 seconds of arduous exercise followed by 10 seconds of rest for each exercise.
The primary distinction between Tabata and other HIIT exercises is that Tabata is performed with a higher intensity and in four-minute intervals. The rest interval in a tabata session is likewise shorter, always lasting just 10 seconds. Longer recovery times, sometimes up to two minutes, can be found with other HIIT activities.