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The 7 minute workout

Last Updated: 15 January 2019








The 7 minute workout

Too short of time to exercise? Can’t face spending an hour sweating it out in the gym? Good news - according to experts, just 7 minutes a day is all it takes to get many of the fitness benefits of prolonged endurance training. 

If you’d like to fit your fitness into just 7 minutes, try this HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training workout) every day. This workout does not require any fitness equipment so can be done easily at home, in the park or even whilst on holiday. Fitness experts say that HIIT workouts increase your metabolism and burn calories at a higher rate than non-interval workouts. They say that your body will also continue to burn calories up to 90 minutes after you finish your workout - amazing!


IMPORTANT: High Intensity Interval Training is not suitable for pregnant women, or anyone with a medical condition - always seek advice from your health professional before starting a new exercise regime. 


Perform these 12 exercises for 30 seconds each, with a rest of 10 seconds between exercises.

1.    Jumping jacks

2.    Wall sit - sit against a wall with your thighs parallel to the floor and hip width apart.

3.    Push up

4.    Abdominal crunch

5.    Step up onto chair

6.    Squat

7.    Tricep dips on chair or floor

8.    Plank

9.    High knees running in place

10.  Lunge

11.  Push up and rotation

12.  Side plank


Try this workout every day for one week and let us know your experience #SiSUWellness


Written by Ruth Tongue

(MSc Nutrition)

Weight loss
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