for your body
Circuit Training strengthens core, back, chest, legs, arms & shoulders
Never Do the Same Workout
what you need to know about Circuit Training
Circuit training is a personalized form of exercise. It does not matter whether you are an athletic or a beginner, or have advanced training.
The circuit training workout is capable of modification to help you get the body shape you want. The improvement depends on your commitment.
Again, it is a matter of focus shifting in your circuit training to emphasize your skill development, agility, body and balance.
Time efficiency is a must for circuit training. There is no chance of time wastage in this case here. A very minimum gap.
Circuit Training - Great For Overall Conditioning
Circuit training is a form of body conditioning that involves endurance training, resistance training, and high-intensity aerobics.
main key features of Circuit Training
Improve your body Composition
Combining strength and cardio to target overall body parts.
Circuit training causes a releases growth hormone in the body.
This is effective in causing favorable changes in body composition.
Types of circuit training
This type of circuit involves working to a set time period for both rest and exercise intervals.
Such as, 30 sec exercise, 30 sec rest.
Push yourself to see how many repetitions you can do in the set time period.
Such as,12 pushups in 30 secs.
Great for working big muscle groups.
Such as, 20 reps of each exercise.
Sports Specific or Running Circuit
Normally done out doors, in a large open area.
Such as, 200 to 400 meter runs.
Squat & Press
- Dumbbell Squat & Press
Exercise Two Lunge & Curl
Lunge & Curl
2. Dumbbell Lunge and Bicep Curls
Exercise Three Split Rows
Split Leg Rows
3. Split Leg Bent Over Rows
Exercise Four Bench Push ups
Push up feet on bench
4. Bench and push up bars
Exercise Five Burpees
5. Burpees to standing
Exercise 6. Russian Twists
6. Dumbbell Russian Twists
Choose Your Time to Do Circuit Training
Anywhere from 10 to 45 minutes is ideal for circuit training. Since you’re alternating which body part you’re working during each move, there’s no need to rest between exercises. (Just think: your arms get a break during squats, and your legs get a break during push-ups.) Example: One minute at five different stations.