Now that the new year is here, we’re sure many of you are back on your workout grind. Although we would all like to be as motivated throughout the year as we are the first week of the new year, sometimes our schedules can really take a toll on how much we actually workout. Staying healthy during the new year is less about working out for hours a day and more about making the effort to work out enough to a point that it becomes routine. By incorporating a daily workout into your schedule, even if it is a short one, you are sure to conquer your health resolutions this year.
The difficult part in figuring out how to work out in a short amount of time is making sure the workout is effective. This week on Tech Tuesday, we’re suggesting that readers download the 7 Minute Workout App by Bytesize. This app is perfect for the times that your schedule doesn’t permit time for a workout, but fitting one in is a necessity. The app creates workouts that are intense enough so you can feel it in a 7 minute time frame.
The app was originally inspired by the original 7 Minute Workout produced by ACMS’s Health & Fitness Journal. The app is fantastic because it outlines a series of workouts to choose from and has videos and descriptions of the workouts so that users can view their options before they commit to a workout. 7 Minute Workout app uses timers and voice prompters to direct its users so that they never need to look at their phones while performing their exercises. The workouts are set up seamlessly, making for a fluid workout instead of a choppy stop and go one, like many other fitness apps offer. If you aren’t sold on the idea of a fitness app, maybe the fact that over 900,000 people are using it to fit their workouts into their busy schedules will help you reconsider.
We give the 7 Minute Workout App two thumbs up. We encourage our readers with a busy schedule to consider downloading it if they are having difficulty finding time for their workouts!
You can download the 7 Minute Workout App for free on iTunes.
How do you find time to work out?
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