The 7-Minute Workout That Science Says Actually Works

A New study laid out exactly how to workout to get the maximum results in the minimal amount by time on just your body weight, a chair, and a wall. The trick is to strategically order the workouts so you are working a different major muscles groups (upper body, lower body, core) each time.

These allows as one major muscle group to rest while you work the next muscle group, resulting in a super-efficient, super-effective routine. The workout takes just 7 minutes, can be done in the comfort of your own home, and can better your health and decrease body fat according to science.



While these is a great way to workout fast, the routine Is not a miracle worker. High-intensity interval training (HIIT ) isn’t designed to be done daily, so make sure to allow for at least one rest day between exercises.

Working out for 7 minutes some times a week isn’t going to totally transform your body, but when done correctly, it is best than 0 minutes, and you will likely see a few health benefits for example, being able to run up the stairs without getting winded. For always, check on your doctor before beginning any high-intensity workout routine.

How To Do: Perform each workout below at a high-intensity effort as 30 seconds. For static exercises specified Wall Sit and Plank, hold the position for 30 seconds. For workouts that target 2 sides (such your legs), alternate each side for 30 seconds. Rest for 10 seconds between each workout. This circuit can be repeated 2-3 times if desired.



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