New app: Train you strong in seven minutes
– It’s like having a personal trainer to help you on the way and motivates you to keep you going, says Marina Aagaard to Newspaq.
She is exercise expert, speaker and author of 30 books on fitness and training – and great supporter of the popular “7 Minute Workout”.
– You get much out of the training, even if it is over a short time, and at seven minutes of intense interval training can create the same effects during prolonged exercise with moderate intensity, he says to Newspaq.
He points out that the seven minute workout exercises the muscles and bones very well, but if you want to run a marathon without getting out of breath, it helps you not.
– An app can be good for keeping track of time and motivation to exercise, but if you want to train your fitness, you need to have your heart rate up, and you rarely get at the exercises where you stand on the spot.
On the other hand, it is really good strength, he says.