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I tried the science-backed 7-minute slight that was one of 2017’s hottest workouts, and it actually works

crunches sideMe doing the 7-Minute Workout in Business Insider’s office.Business Insider/Erin Brodwin

When we first listened about an app that promises the advantages of a sweaty bike float or outing to the gym in 7 minutes, we insincere it was all hype.

It isn’t.

Designed by practice physiologist Chris Jordan, the Johnson Johnson Official 7 Minute Workout gets your heart pumping and helps build muscle.

The app is a good introduction to a smart form of aptness slight called interlude training, and it’s ideal for weekends or days when we can’t make it to my unchanging yoga class.

Here’s what it’s like.

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