Circuit Training Routines

Circuit Training Routines

 

Circuit training takes many forms and the current trend of Crossfit and Strongman training are just fancy circuit training routines.

 

Circuit training is simply two or more exercises performed back to back with little or no rest. The major benefit is an increase in heart rate so you can perform strength movements and work on your fitness at the same time.

 

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Increased calorie burn, increased fat burning, increased fitness, decrease in workout duration and being massive fun are the major reasons why people love circuit training. If you are bored with your current routine, circuit training could be perfect to get you kicked up a gear and loving the burn…

 

Circuit training can be performed as bodyweight or with resistance equipment. The only limit is your imagination but by following these simple tips you’ll have safe effective circuits.

 

  • Start with complex movements.
  • Transition to simple exercises.
  • Keep your intensity high but your form good.
  • Allow adequate rest but don’t let your heart rate fall too far.

 

To get you started, try these two circuits:

 

Circuit Training At Home

 

As with many of my workout routines, there’s no need to join a gym, just get strainght into it at home or in the garden.

 

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Grab a towel and some ‘weights’ and get out there!

 

Fat Burning Circuit Training

 

One of my favourite circuits for blitzing the fat!

 

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What are we waiting for?

 

 

Bodyweight Circuit Training

 

Simple bodyweight circuit training can be performed almost anywhere, uses only your own body weight and takes a matter of minutes.

 

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