The Scientific 7-Minute Workout - A Visual Guide

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As reported in the ACSM's Health & Fitness Journal and the New York Times, the Scientific 7-Minute Workout is an interval training program that alternates 12 brief rotations of high-intensity exercises with rest periods to provide a full workout in only seven minutes.

This PowerPoint presentation displays each exercise and rest period with a countdown, so you can glance up quickly to see what's next and keep your workout moving.

Download the file, put it in "Slideshow" mode and click on the first slide to get started. It will automatically display the countdown and move to the next exercise.

I didn't create the workout and I'm not affiliated with the study in any way - I just wanted an easy way to move through the exercises, and I thought others might too. Enjoy!

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The Scientific 7-Minute Workout - A Visual Guide

  1. 1. The Scientific 7-Minute WorkoutFor a timed presentation of exercises, download thisPowerPoint deck and run in Slideshow Mode.Click to get started!From ACSMS Health & Fitness Journal: May/June 2013 - Volume 17 - Issue 3 - p 8–13As seen in New York Times Magazine, May 12, 2013 Presentation created by @kathikaiser
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  3. 3. Rest…12345678910Next up: Wall Sit
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  5. 5. Rest…12345678910Next up: Push ups
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  7. 7. Rest…12345678910Next up: Crunches
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  9. 9. Rest…12345678910Next up: Step Up on Chair
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  11. 11. Rest…12345678910Next up: Squat
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  13. 13. Rest…12345678910Next up: Triceps Dip on Chair
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  15. 15. Rest…12345678910Next up: Plank
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  17. 17. Rest…12345678910Next up: High Knees
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  19. 19. Rest…12345678910Next up: Lunges
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  21. 21. Rest…12345678910Next up: Push Up and Rotation
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  23. 23. Rest…12345678910Next up: Side Plank
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  25. 25. Workout complete!Well done!From ACSMS Health & Fitness Journal: May/June 2013 - Volume 17 - Issue 3 - p 8–13As seen in New York Times Magazine, May 12, 2013 Presentation created by @kathikaiser

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