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We all have our own personal fitness journey, and joining a fitness class can be daunting; that’s why we decided to do things here a little differently. At Feed Move Live, instead of running generic circuit classes, we have put our years of know-how into creating a functional fitness programme that will get you moving well, feeling strong and looking good. We also offer you the facilities to run your own, customised circuit training routine. Meaning however you wish to train, you have our full support enabling you to do you. Set your own goals, use your preferred exercises and make it as easy…or hard as you want!

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What is Circuit Training?

Circuit training is a great way to get in shape and have fun at the same time. This typically involves a series of stations, each designed to target a different muscle group or stress on the body. A simple circuit training workout would usually target the whole body looking to incorporate upper body, lower body and core movements. might consist of bodyweight movements such as push-ups, Pull-ups, sit-ups, squats, and lunges, and or the use of equipment such as kettlebells, Dumbells, Olympic bars, Rowers, Bike erg, Ski ergs etc. The workout could be continually repeated as many times in any given time period or a set goal for time. Circuit training can be totally personalised too. Whether you’re a beginner or an elite athlete, you can modify your circuit training workout to give you the best possible results for your own goals. Plus, our team are always around to offer help and advice to help you reach your fitness goals.

 

Here are 2 scaleable sample circuits to get you started:

In 12 minutes, complete as many rounds as possible (beginner / no equipment)
• 30 mountain climbers
• 20 Alternating leg raises
• 10 burpees 

Want to make it a bit harder do: (intermediate / equipment)
• 60 single skips
• 20 Alternating V-situps
• 10 Burpee + Kettlebell swing

Harder still: (Advanced/Equipment)
• 30 Double under Skips
• 20 Alternating V-situps
• 10 Alternating Dumbell Devil Press 

 

90 seconds work / Rest 90 seconds rest. Cycle through 3 stations 4 times. (beginner / no equipment)
15 situps then max mountain climbers for the remaining time
• 10 Buprees then max jumping jacks for the remaining time
• 15 Glute bridge then max inch worms for the remaining time

Want to make it a bit harder do: (intermediate / equipment)
• 15 situps then max Calorie Ski for the remaining time
• 10 Buprees then max Assault Bike for the remaining time
• 15 Kettlebell Swing then max Row for the remaining time

Harder still: (Advanced/Equipment)
• 15 situps then max Calorie Ski for the remaining time
• 10 Buprees then max Assault Bike for the remaining time
• 15 Barbell Clean and Jerk then max Row for the remaining time

Circuit Training Benefits

There are various health and well-being benefits to circuit training, from improved cardio fitness to better metabolism; find out some of the main benefits below! If you have a particular goal in mind, then our team are always here to help and advise, just drop us a message here or give us a call on 07361 511 900.

  • Better cardiovascular fitness
  • Improved breathing
  • Increased strength
  • Improved sleeping
  • Weight loss
  • More energy
  • Increased metabolism
  • More stamina
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