7 Daily Moves, the new fitness app by Small Spoon Pte. Ltd.



Small Spoon Pte. Ltd. has launched a new fitness app, 7 Daily Moves.

The 7 DAILY MOVES workouts are based on basic human movements. (Click here to download the app)

Our bodies are designed to squatlungebendpushpulltwistwalk (run or jump). Our body should be able to perform these seven movements efficiently without injury in our everyday activities.

Human body parts don’t move in isolation. Functional movements are always compound where multiple muscles and joints work together. For example: When you bend down to lift a baby from the floor and turn around to talk to someone, three movements are involved- Bending, pulling (lifting) and twisting.

If your workouts do not include these seven basic movements, your training is incomplete. The 7 Daily Moves helps you build a strong functional body, lose body fat and slow down ageing.

Whether you are an elite athlete, a home-maker or a desk bound executive, make the 7 Daily Moves the foundation of your exercise plan. The next time you walk into a gym, simplify your workout.

Complete the 7 Daily Moves and see your body actually change!

link profileThe founder of Small Spoon Pte. Ltd. and the 7 Daily Moves app is Sonam Mehra. Sonam Mehra is a fitness entrepreneur based in Singapore. She founded Fitness 365 in 2005 and Small Spoon in 2015. Both programs helped people stay young and healthy by making fitness a way of life. Sonam is a globally traveled health coach who guides and motivates her clients to live healthy by making exercise and healthy eating a priority. She gave up a long advertising career to switch to her passion and has since transformed the lives of over 500 global clients.

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