Relax When You Go Home!

Strength conditioning training features a group of physical exercise stations, arranged in some sort of order. A different sort of movement is scheduled for each station. The scope and design is determined by the practical knowledge of the instructor. It is easy to modify circuits considerably. For example, a resistance training exercise, followed by a cardiovascular exercise (like skipping) – each of them being a station on the circuit. Each separate circuit could be performed two or three times in all, modifying each round or not adjusting anything in any way.

  • Since the time expended on each drill is brief and intensive, the amount of resistance work creates a build-up of lactic acid towards the end of the workout. This triggers a massive surge in testosterone output and triggers substantial fat burning.
  • Add more dynamic effort to your moves. For instance, in preference to conducting a dumbbell deadlift having both your feet on the ground, you would accelerate upwards to leap up into the air, land again correctly into the initial braced position and go directly into the following rep.
  • A classic collection of movements for an upper and lower body weightlifting circuit could be a group of exercise movements that activate upper and lower body muscles alternately.

If you need decent looking hips and thigh muscles, you’ll want to lower your body fat percentage as well. Listed below is an example of metabolic resistance training using the Kettlebell swing to do just that:

  1. Kettlebell swing
  2. Toes In Leg Extension
  3. Kettlebell swing
  4. Floor Barbell Twist
  5. Kettlebell swing
  6. Flat Bench Cable Flys
  7. Kettlebell swing
  8. Seated High Cable Row
  9. Kettlebell swing
  10. Squatting Cable Curl

It is much like performing aerobic exercise but using far fewer repetitions (due to resistance), and even more productive. This sort of fast moving weight training keeps your muscle groups and cardiovascular systems working hard. Steadily raise the load as you work through the program. You don’t have to rep out to muscular failure everytime you work out. Just the closing couple of exercises on the last circuit is good enough.

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