Different Way To Circuit Train

Different Way To Circuit Train Circuit training is a great way to build stamina and strength while burning calories and giving your muscles a challenging workout. The typical circuit includes between 5 and 10 exercises which are performed one after the other with very little or no rest between stations. Generally, the resistance is set at a moderate (submaximal) weight so you can do 10 to 20 reps or 30-seconds worth of work before moving on to the next exercise. A study published in the Strength and Conditioning Journal suggests that you can achieve similar results in much less time by increasing the resistance.

True Strength Moment: Researchers tested this high-resistance circuit training on very experienced strength athletes, because you can imagine how challenging a workout like this would be. Watch your form and don't push too hard the first time you try it. This could be the solution for taking the 'routine' out of your conditioning routine. For some tips on failure training, check out today's Performance Blog at ABBperformance.com
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