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Can You Reach Your 2014 Fitness Goals with a 7-Minute Workout?

Text the word "seven" to 96000 or sign at https://www.facebook.com/sevenminuteworkout to get 7 free 7-minute workout downloads with Dr. Oz's Personal Trainer Donovan Green and bodybuilding.com Body Space Spokesperson and Fitness Celebrity Ben Booker.

CHICAGO, Jan. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Can you get results working out just 7 minutes a day? Nationally certified fitness trainers Donovan Green and Ben Booker say "Yes, you can!"

Dr. Oz's personal fitness trainer Donovan Green teamed up with Bodybuilding.com Body Space spokesperson Ben Booker to create these incredible high intensity, short duration workouts to achieve maximum results in minimum time.

Based on the latest scientific findings, these unique 7-minute sessions will burn body fat, boost your metabolism, build muscle and stimulate life-giving oxygen and feel-good endorphins. Varying workout modes from cardiovascular to hypertrophy training, body sculpt, core and ab training all in just 7 minutes helps you get rid of that stubborn fat belly fat.

2014's hottest friends trends—using your own body weight in time-efficient workouts—are the cornerstone of the 7-minute phenomena. They can be done anywhere, anytime, alone or in group fitness classes. Find out for yourself: try them for free, for seven days at https://www.facebook.com/sevenminuteworkout.

And on the eighth day you can train with Green and Booker, this year's hottest personal trainers, LIVE on you-tube at www.youtube.com/user/RazorHybridFitness.

The Science of 7

It's a scientific fact that intensity, not duration, is what causes the body to go from aerobic to an anabolic state promoting muscle growth and strength, bone density, improved metabolism and a hormonal boost to start giving you a brighter, more positive look on the day.

The human body is programmed to go into super mode—the fight or flight response—in milliseconds. That's how the 7-minute workouts produce mega-results in minutes.

Unlike some hi-intensity workouts that overwork a muscle group, the 7-Minute Workout uses short durations of compound exercises that vary intensity and resistance to produce similar results, but at a completely safe pace.

"Our system is designed to increase your cardiovascular capacity, strength, speed and endurance," says Booker. "You'll see vast improvement in your core strength and balance. Combined with a healthy lifestyle it's all you'll need to accomplish and exceed your 2014 fitness goals."

To get 7, 7-minute Workouts and a 7-minute live workout with Booker and Green, text the word "seven" to 96000 or sign up at https://www.facebook.com/sevenminuteworkout and have your workouts sent to your computer or mobile device. You'll receive one workout per day.

Dr. Oz's personal fitness trainer Donovan Green (right) and Bodybuilding.com Body Space spokesperson Ben Booker.

Video with caption: "Day 1 of 7 minute week." Video available at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KjHqmRGWnI

Image with caption: "Dr. Oz's personal fitness trainer Donovan Green (right) and Bodybuilding.com Body Space spokesperson Ben Booker." Image available at: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140109/MM43900

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