8 Minute Workout for both iPhone and iPad can help you try and get into a routine of exercising everyday, even if it's just for a few minutes. Based on HICT (high intensity circuit training), all the exercises used in 8 minute workout are things that you can do without anything more than a chair nearby.
If you're out of the routine of going to the gym or are just looking for a way to be somewhat more active each day, 8 Minute Workout can be a good start to getting there. There are 12 exercises inside of 8 Minute Workout that you will do in intervals of 30 seconds. From jumping jacks to planks to pushups, you cycle through many different exercises quickly so you're working out as many areas of your body as you can. Above the timer you can also see clear illustrations of how to perform each exercise.
In between each set of exercises you are given a 10 second rest break. If you need a few more seconds, you can take them as you'll need to tap on start each time to begin the next set of exercises. 8 Minute Workout also tracks stamina levels and how often you're performing the routine. It's also safe to repeat the exercise routine if you want.
For people who are trying to start exercising regularly or for someone who wants a filler routine for the days they can't make it to the gym, 8 Minute Workout is a great option that can get you on your feet in only a matter of seconds. If you happen to try it out, let us know what you think in the comments.
8 Minute Workout is currently on sale to celebrate the launch. Regular price will be $1.99.
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