Check out the latest article about the benefits of short bursts of higher intensity activity over a longer, less intense workout! It all comes down to quality over quantity.
The number one reason why people are not active today is that they say they do not have enough time. The 7-minute workout helps solve that problem! Who doesn’t have 7 minutes to spare?
At Sprout we are all about making time in our day to be active! Incorporating activity into your daily routine will provide numerous benefits to your life – at work and home.
Excerpt from the Globe and Mail
Making time for the 7-minute workout
Roger Bannister discovered in the 1950s as a busy young medical student that “interval training” (running hard, running easy, running hard) could make his lunch-hour workouts more efficient. In 1954 that self-devised training program helped him run the first four-minute mile.
A variation on the Roger Bannister story is happening today, as a private fitness centre for “high-performing professionals” in Orlando has developed a seven-minute workout based on the notion that intensity matters more than duration. If it no longer matters how long you work out for, just how hard you’re breathing, people’s lives (or at least their bodies and their health) could be transformed, assuming they don’t mind a hard-breathing, seven-minute workout.
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