Circuit Training

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Program overview


Circuit training was developed in 1957. It is high-intensity body conditioning, endurance training, and resistance training. One exercise circuit is the completion of all the exercises in a program, and once a circuit is complete the process starts over for the next circuit (using the same exercises as before, in the same order). Rest time between them is short as you move on to the next exercise. Circuit training focuses on building strength and muscle endurance.

Some activities normally found in circuit training are bench lifts, sit-ups, squat jumps, burpees, and more. Your whole body is almost always involved, and you can include cardiovascular training as well. These exercises will improve your core, arms, legs, glutes, and back strength as well as your flexibility. Equipment isn’t always involved since you can use body weight exercises only, but either way circuit training will provide a full-body workout that lasts 30 minutes or less (which is convenient for time efficiency).

Circuit training also helps with weight loss, which is good for diabetes, high blood pressure, arthritis, or high cholesterol. Your metabolism rate will increase, similar to H.I.I.T. workouts, burning calories and fat even after you’ve finished your workout.

It’s also easy to adjust your workouts with circuit training since you are able to switch out or in different exercises or arrange them in any order you like, as well as the time frame (but make sure you don’t take too long of a rest in between each, as it will destroy the purpose of circuit training which is building endurance). It’s great for people who don’t have much time for working out, people who are bored of the same old exercise routine, and people who are looking for a way to get fit while being able to set up their own workout in an infinite amount of ways.





Commit yourself to our fitness program and you will achieve the following:









Bottom line - you will LOOK and FEEL great!


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