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Circuit Training

Workout - Circuit Training
Submitted by: Tj McMichael
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TitleCircuit Training
Length of total workout25 Minutes
AuthorAnthony
Date Submitted2007-07-30 20:42:58
CategoryCardio/Burn Fat
CalvesYES
HamstringsYES
Glutes (Butt)YES
Quadriceps (Thighs)YES
HipsYES
AbsYES
Pectoral (Chest)YES
BicepsYES
TricepsYES
ForearmsYES
ShouldersYES
BackYES
Latissimus (Lats)YES
NeckYES
WorkoutCircuit training is a good way to work a lot of muscle groups in the same workout and add a lot of variety to your training. Another good thing about circuit training is you can add or remove specific routines in your circuit to fit your needs. I usually keep the same routines but I like to change the order and that is ok as well.

Your circuit should consist of at least 5 routines that are done non-stop and one after another until the all your routines are done and you will get a 45 second rest and start the circuit again.

Here are a list of routines that can go in your circuit training routine:
  • 50 Crunches
  • Jog Up and Down 2 or more flight of stairs
  • Skipping 50 Yards
  • 25 Jumping Jacks
  • 15 Sit Ups
  • 10 Squat Thrust
  • 10 Toss up medicine ball and catch it
  • Lunges for 50 yards
Of course you can change the amount of reps you do to fit your profile.