Circuit Training Workouts – The Best Home Exercises

Circuit training is one of the best home fitness routines that you can do to get fast results at little cost. The exercises can all be done with no equipment. Some exercises need a partner, but this routine has 12 exercises that you can do at home, in the park or at the gym. Old school and very effective.

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Tyson Gay’s Training and Diet

Tyson follows a standard sprinter training schedule. Off season he concentrates on weight training to build muscle and functional strength. Free weights and plyometrics play a large role in this. Weight training will be split into two sessions, upper and lower body.

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Tuck jumps

Monday Workout

This workout will hit the legs hard and fast. The circuit is ten sets of ten exercises, 100 in total. Aim to complete five rounds, so 500 repetitions in total.

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The Sunday workout

Sunday Workout

Part of the 7 Day Exercise Plan. Today for some is a day of rest, but not if you are trying to get fit. As it is Sunday the workout can …

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Saturday Workout

Part of the 7 Day Exercise Plan. It is Saturday. Today’s workout will be simple, just two exercises. But these exercises will be done 200 times. Burpees and crunches! 10 Burpees (with a …

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Thursday Workout

Thursday Workout

Part of the 7 Day Exercise Plan. Yesterday’s bodyweight circuit included jumping jacks, lunges, high knees and squats, so today we will give the legs a little rest and work more …

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Wednesday Workout

Wednesday Workout

Part of the 7 Day Exercise Plan. These simple workouts are an excellent way to burn fat and get fit at home. With the exception of the walking lunges you do …

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woman on a rowing machine

Rowing Workouts

If you want to get really fit using a rowing machine it is a good idea to follow some sort of structured training. Best results come from following an interval training program with complimentary weight training.

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Cross Training / Elliptical Workouts

Cross trainers (aka elliptical trainers) have become one of the most popular cardio machines. They provide a low impact but intensive workout that exercises the whole body. Unlike treadmills and running machines, cross trainers work the upper body too, and unlike rowing machines, they work the pushing and pulling muscles of the arms, shoulders and back.

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