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A typical circuit training workout includes about 8-10 exercise stations. After completing a station, instead of resting, you move quickly to the next station. Muscular strength and endurance circuit alternate muscle groups, such as upper body, lower body, and core, so little or no rest is needed in-between stations.
Circuit training offers a practical solution for both. It’s a creative and flexible way to keep exercise interesting and saves time while boosting cardiovascular and muscular fitness. Boredom and time constraints are frequently cited reasons for giving up on a fitness routine.
Mix up your Training Program
If you’ve been doing circuit training for a while and are ready to push harder, try these ideas:
Shorten your time intervals. If you’re currently doing 2-minute cardio intervals, shorten them by 30 seconds. This will keep you moving faster through the circuit, allowing you to complete more stations in the same amount of time.
Boost your intensity. If your strength sets are feeling too easy, increase the resistance or choose a different exercise that works for the same muscle group. Take your cardio intervals up a notch by accelerating or adding another cardio exercise.
Do a backward circuit. If you always complete your circuit in the same direction, start at the opposite end to challenge your body and your brain in a new way.