Do You Have 10 Minutes?

With a new year comes all the hype of resolutions and goals. Most times those entail the same categories: family time, finances and fitness. So you may have a resolution to exercise more or lose weight or get fit and feel you don’t have the time to go to a gym or maybe you feel more comfortable at home.

If you’re looking for a convenient but challenging and effective workout, I’ve been using 7-Minute Workout (High Intensity Training) by lolo for about a year and I love it! I feel energized and have noticed improved strength overall as well as toning and definition.


When setting up the app you create a simple profile with gender and weight and select a few settings to determine your available equipment.


Trust me you don’t need a fully equipped gym.

I use Dumbbells, a yoga mat, chair and stability ball. I was using a ball before one of my mischievous children poked it with a pencil. I will be getting another.

You can also select whether or not you want 10 seconds rest between transitions. Another nice feature is the playlist.

I feel music can really make or break a workout experience. You can select your own music to create your playlist and there is a feature that can change the beats per minute to match the exercise.

There are also video demonstrations so you can view the exercise in advance.


But the whole workout routine plays as you go so you’re able to check yourself for correct form.


If you like keeping track of your progress there is a history of your workouts which includes date, duration and calories burned.



This high intensity interval training works every muscle of your body possible. From shoulders and arms to thighs and calves and everything in between, I literally feel my muscles strengthen with each workout. That good soreness after only ten minutes of intense work is definitely worth the time. When you think of how full your schedule is and all your priorities and commitments, don’t make excuses as to why you don’t have time to workout, instead make time for workout a priority.

Do you have 10 minutes in your day to devote to your health and well-being?