Circuit Training Routines

Circuit training routines are one of the fastest ways to get in shape because they are a combination of strength training and cardio in one workout.

If you only have 30 minutes to an hour each day to workout, then circuit training is the most leveraged way to spend your workout time.

You'll do a lot of work in a short amount of time, and your body's metabolism will work at twice its normal rate for the rest of the day.

Circuits are also great because you can do them anytime, anywhere. You can put together a brutal circuit that you can do in your house or even in a tiny room.

You don't need need any equipment or weights, although these things greatly enhance your workouts once you get in better shape.

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Circuit Training Workout

Here is an overview and a basic circuit training workout.

High Intensity Interval Training

High intensity interval training is a little different than traditional circuit training. It focuses on maximum effort intervals of cardio. Really demanding but really effective!

Circuit Cardio

How to do your cardio in circuit format to burn even more body fat.

Basics of Circuit Training

The basics of circuit training.

Circuit Weight Training

Circuit weight training will give you a bigger pump than you've ever had and increase your strength and muscle endurance fast.

HIIT Workout

5 ways to gain muscle quick and melt belly fat with a HIIT workout.

How To Loose Belly Fat

How to loose belly fat with circuit training routines.

Circuit Training Ideas

Running out of circuit training ideas? These 10 exercises will help you keep your muscles guessing.

Circuit Training Music

Circuit training music is really important to help keep your intensity up. Add these 20 songs to your playlist and see what you think.

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