The cool thing about the Tabata protocol is that you can substitute any movement. A quick little read by John Harker:

Credit for this simple and powerful training method belongs to its namesake, Dr. Izumi Tabata and a team of researchers from the National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Tokyo, Japan. Their groundbreaking 1996 study, published in the journal Medicine and Science in Sports & Exercise, provided documented evidence concerning the dramatic physiological benefits of high-intensity intermittent training. After just 6 weeks of testing, Dr. Tabata noted a 28% increase in anaerobic capacity in his subjects, along with a 14% increase in their ability to consume oxygen (V02Max). These results were witnessed in already physically fit athletes. The conclusion was that just four minutes of Tabata interval training could do more to boost aerobic and anaerobic capacity than an hour of endurance exercise.
Workout of the Day:
“Tabata Strong Breath”
Tire/Box Jumps(20″)
2 minutes rest between each element
tabata = 20 seconds work and 10 seconds of rest for 8 rounds
score = lowest number of reps in any given round