The Scientific 7-Minute Workout Infographic

The Scientific 7-Minute Workout Infographic

Is it possible to get fit in less than 10 minutes a day? Yes. This science-approved 7-minute workout is all you need to quickly get in shape at home, without any equipment.

Research has revealed that brief high-intensity workouts rapidly lower blood sugar levels in individuals with type 2 diabetes, providing a possible solution for those who struggle to meet exercise guidelines.

The study found that 30 minutes of high-intensity interval exercise a week lowered 24-hour blood sugar levels, reduced blood sugar spikes after meals, and increased skeletal muscle mitochondrial capacity, a marker of metabolic health.

Learn how to stay fit with this 7-minute workout. It is easy to perform and it doesn’t take all your precious free time.

7-Minute Workout

Here are the exercises along with the timings you need for the scientific 7-minute workout:

1. Jumping Jacks | 30 seconds

2. Wall Sits | 30 seconds

3. Push-Ups | 30 seconds

4. Abdominal Crunches | 30 seconds

5. Step-Up Onto Chair | 30 seconds

6. Squats | 30 seconds

Rest for 1 minute.

7. Triceps Dip On Chair | 30 seconds

8. Plank | 30 seconds

9. High Knees Running In Place | 30 seconds

10. Lunge | 30 seconds

11. Push-Up And Rotate | 30 seconds

12. Side Plank | 30 seconds

You can repeat this 7-minute workout as many times as you want. For faster results, I would recommend you perform this routine 3 days a week, 3-4 times per day.

The Infographic

In this awesome infographic inspired by the New York Times Magazine, you can visualize the moves involved in this quick HIIT workout along with a few tips and guidelines:

The Scientific 7-Minute Workout - Infographic

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