This workout was created for really busy people who do not have enough time to go to the gym on a regular basis. Hard work, the desire to do everything at work and to pay attention to the family make long-lasting power and aerobic training practically impossible. Meanwhile, you should spend 225 minutes (150 minutes for exercises of medium intensity and 75 minutes for high intensity exercises) only for exercising per week. And yes, how can you take a treadmill with you to work?
The pace of modern life dictates its rules, even in sports. In conditions of constant time trouble, it is not always possible to find time for a full training in the sports hall. Thus, such short workouts became popular among many people all over the world. They make the whole body work, accelerate metabolism and burn a large number of calories, and therefore contribute to weight loss. You should perform each exercise for thirty seconds, then make a ten-second pause and continue with the next exercise. Your workout is the following: Jumping jacks, Wall sit, Pushup, Abdominal crunch, Step-up onto chair, Squat, Triceps dip on chair, Plank, High knees/running in place, Lunge, Pushup and rotation and Side plank.
Step-up onto chair
The main thing you should remember: in order to achieve the maximum results and to make your workout the most effective, you need regularity and perseverance. It is not hard to find seven minutes a day for training, and over time, such activities will become a familiar daily ritual.
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