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Celebrity fitness trainer Lacey Stone helps Aisha, who struggles to find time to work out, and Kim who is looking for new ways to energize her workout, with a few HIIT moves. She takes them through 5 moves sharing that you want to do each move for 30 seconds and then have a recovery time of 30 seconds. If you were going to do the full 10-minute workout, Lacey recommends repeating the 5 moves -- air squats, speed skaters, shoulder press with resistance bands, punches, and foot fire -- 4 times each.