Circuit Training Definitions

Resistance Based Circuits A good circuit for the gym environment using fixed machines, although free weights can be...
Sport Specific Circuits Sports will place specific demands upon the body, therefore the specific fitness and discipline needs to be...
Speed, Agility and Quickness Progression on to an S.A.Q. circuit can be exciting and challenging for sporting and non-sporting...
Aerobic Based Circuits You can work at a steady intensity to maintain a consistent heart rate or aim for an interval...
Core Circuits Usually a shorter circuit that has been designed to focus on the abdominal and spine...
Push / Pull Circuits Great for a lunch time training session, all exercise is based on push and pull exercises. People performing this circuit should look to do another circuit to...

Circuit Training Definitions

Circuit Training is very adaptable, by this we mean you can use a circuit training session to achieve a variation of goals. You may want to take a Circuit Training class to burn fat or build muscle, two very different goals but both are achievable from Circuit Training if you do the correct Circuit.

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