Circuit Training

Circuit training is by no means a new idea. Long before aerobics, step and aquaerobics became popular, circuit training was used as a means of getting fit or maintaining fitness. During the 80's, circuit training was used as a valuable training tool by sports coaches for improving athletic performance. These were geared towards improving strength, speed and explosive power, and so tended to involve a lot of jumping, throwing and running.

Circuit Training Workouts

Circuit Training Workouts Circuit Training Workouts have a very low choreography level, there is no fancy footwork patterns or complicated arm movements. Individuals... Read More

Circuit Training Definitions

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... Read More

History of Circuit Training

History of Circuit Training Circuit Training continues to be a popular type of exercise class found in gyms and health clubs. It is commonly perceived as an intense... Read More

Science of Circuit Training

Science of Circuit Training It is generally assumed that circuit training will improve both aerobic and muscular fitness. However what is the scientific basis for this... Read More

Circuit Training

What Do We Mean By Circuit Training... It does not necessarily involve, as some people assume, high intensity exercise. It is a system of exercising in which each person works at his or her own pace at a predetermined number of stations or exercises for a set period of time. Each individual can work at a level of intensity suited to them.

The best part about circuit training is that everyone can benefit from it. The only restrictions are the fitness level of the participants, the space available, and the imagination of the instructor.

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