Experts at the Human Performance Institute in Florida have developed a high-intensity workout that can be done in seven minutes to lower your risk of major diseases.
Home exercise equipment and gym memberships are often expensive, and frequent travelers know how difficult it can be to get to a gym when on the road. 
In fact, the American Heart Association says that only about 20 percent of Americans are getting the recommended 30 minutes of moderate exercise five days a week. 
Regular exercise is not only important for keeping the body functioning at its best, but also as a way to ward off obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and the other dangerous health effects of a stressful, sedentary life. 
The lack of time and money as the most common excuses why people don’t exercise, but now that two fitness experts at the Human Performance Institute in Orlando, Fla., have developed a seven-minute workout that requires only a chair and your body weight, the excuses are running thin.
The Importance of Daily Exercise
Brett Kilka and Chris Jordan of the Human Performance Institute recently developed a high-intensity circuit training (HICT) workout regimen that can be done in seven minutes. 
“As the hectic pace of today’s corporate world continues to infringe on the amount of time individuals have for exercise, these types of programs can offer a good option to help busy individuals improve their health and recover from stress via exercise,” they wrote in an article in the American College of Sports Medicine’s Health & Fitness Journal.
HICT is highly regarded as a fast and efficient way to burn fat, but it isn’t a new fad workout requiring expensive equipment. It uses a person’s own body weight for resistance while incorporating a series of […]