Get Fit with Scientific 7 Minute Workout
OK, it’s summer and you probably want to make a few trips to the beach before it gets colder and the leaves start to turn. Unfortunately, all those jelly donuts and margaritas are starting to take their toll. Well, it’s not too late to get started on those New Year’s resolutions. You know, the ones that involve shedding that o’le spare tire and getting fit.
To that end, XDA Forum Member AggieDev has what you may be looking for with his latest app, Scientific 7 Minute Workout. Based on the principle that a high-intensity seven minute workout will have as significant of an effect as a longer length medium-intensity workout, this app gets you through your workout quickly so that you can get it done and get on with your day.
As you would expect in any app-based fitness system, Scientific 7 Minute Workout keeps track of your workouts to let you know how you’re progressing. It also speaks to you since you’re probably going to be too focused on pushing yourself to the limits to look down at a screen. And when you need that extra push to get started, having an app like this to get you started may be just what you need to get off of that couch.
To get started, head over to the original thread.
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