TAKE SEVEN - MOVEMENT AS MEDICINE
Our workplaces are killing us by keeping us stagnant. Take Seven gets people moving in the workplace allowing them to leave at the end of the day feeling healthier, happier, and with more energy than when they arrived.
THE TOOL THAT EVERY OFFICE WORKER NEEDS
Can you imagine leaving the workplace at the end of the day feeling physically better than when you went in? We all talk about needing to move more throughout our day. Take Seven gives you the self-care tool that allows you to select 7 minute exercise solutions to get you moving and leave you free of pain and discomfort.
Using Take Seven is simple - select the category based on where you are, what you are doing, and most importantly HOW you feel and then just follow along with the 7 minute video.
As a bonus to our AT WORK module you will also get access to our AT HOME, AT PLAY, and 7 MINUTE MORNING modules to round out your days and weekends.
Check out one of our videos below to get a taste of what one of our Take Seven Workouts feels like:
Try our featured 7 MINUTE MORNING this week before heading to the office
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Some of our categories include:
HOW TAKE SEVEN CAN HELP YOU
The science is very clear: Movement throughout the day is vital to improving and maintaining health. Simply working out after work is not going to combat the negative effects of sitting all day. Take Seven is the tool you need to leave the office at the end of the day healthier, happier and with more energy than when you arrived
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We generally add new content and categories monthly and at the request of our users.
A couple of reasons:
1. We now know that just exercising before or after work will not negate the negative effects of a sedentary work environment. Movement throughout the day is vital to well-being and Take Seven allows you to make that movement targeted and effective.
2. Take Seven is a great supplement to someone who is already working out. By keeping your body moving throughout the day you keep your body ready to engage in performance when you do hit the gym. Better yet, you will reduce your risk of injury and increase performance when you do go to the gym as your body with have the mobility and function to perform at a higher level.
Movement throughout your day is vital to well-being. Every bit of movement you bring into your day helps. Also, if you perform a micro-workout every hour of your workday you will have fit an entire hour of exercise into your day that was not there before. You will feel the difference.
Smoking used to be a social norm in the workplace. Things change because people insist they change. Part of the Take Seven mission is to help create a culture of movement in the workplace. It is certainly not silly to take care of your health. We ask that you join us in becoming a leader in building a culture of movement in your office.
We love simple. Much like exercise does not need to be complicated to be effective, neither does our platform. The simplicity on our site is intentional as we do not want to overwhelm you with options. The micro-workouts change and new categories are added all the time to help increase variability in your workouts - another key to well-being.
No, at this point you cannot.
Yes , we have plans for more programs and more categories. We add categories based on user feedback all the time. One of the benefits of being a member is that if you feel something is missing or you need something, we will create it for you and share with the world.
The Take Seven program is designed to get you up and moving every hour of your workday but many people make it fit around their schedule in creative ways. Many people do before or after work, many use certain solutions before the gym or certain activities. We always suggest starting small trying to fit in a micro-workout once a day and work your way up to every hour or before any activity.
WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND?
Want to start using Take Seven, but have a question? Feel free to get in touch: