We've mentioned how for people who are already active, a four-minute workout can go a long way towards keeping you active and in good condition. If you can't remember what that workout entails, this graphic walks you through the exercises and how long to do each one.
The graphic is from the same folks behind the previously mentioned Quick Four Minute Workout app, and is a visual guide to the exercises in the app. In short, the workout regimen is based on the Tabata Regimen, where you'll run in place for about 20 seconds, do jumping jacks for another 10 seconds, then do running squats for 20 seconds, and so on until the four minutes are up. The end result is a high-intensity, high-impact workout that give you a short but powerful full-body set of exercises.
As always, it's important to note the difference between staying fit and getting fit. A four minute workout won't get you fit if you're starting out — it's geared towards people who are already otherwise active, but are looking for ways to sneak in a little extra activity elsewhere in their daily lives.
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