In seven minutes:
Read the first question.
Do three burpees.
Answer the first question. Look at the second question.
Do four burpees.
Continue until all questions are finished, or you reach the 7:00 cap.
This workout includes a very high cognitive load. Interference in the form of rising numbers (3 burpees the first equation, 4 for the second equation, 5 for the third…) means carrying an extra number in your short-term memory. Some will “sprint” by attempting to solve the question while doing the burpees. For athletes who are familiar with the movement, this should be of medium difficulty. But athletes who aren’t used to burpees, or aren’t used to vigorous exercise, will struggle to recall all five numbers and the answer.
Here’s the worksheet: