Scientific 7-Minute Workout


“There’s very good evidence” that high-intensity interval training provides “many of the fitness benefits of prolonged endurance training but in much less time,” says Chris Jordan, the director of exercise physiology at the Human Performance Institute in Orlando

What exactly is this scientific 7-Minute Workout?

The routine involves the following twelve exercises performed for 30 seconds each with 10-second rest/transition periods before the next move:

1.) Jumping jacks
2.) Wall sit
3.) Push-up
4.) Abdominal crunch
5.) Step-up onto chair
6.) Squat
7.) Triceps dip on chair
8.) Plank
9.) High knees/running in place
10.) Lunge
11.) Push-up and rotation
12.) Side plank

This image from the New York Times article shows it best:
7-minute workout

What results are people seeing?

While these results may not be typical, here are some comments that people left below the original article:

scientific 7 minute workout

7-min workout results
Note: Feel free to substitute some exercises based on your unique situation, and start out slowly!

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