Circuit Train

A U.S. Army Sergeant has implemented Mike Geary’s Circuit Training Program – Read For Yourself How Powerful It Is!

I had an interview with Mike Geary – a personal trainer and an certified nutritionist as regards circuit exercises. These kind of exercises are very intense and can take you to the next level in terms of fitness and burning fat.

I just need to warn you that this is not for amateurs. You need to be in a minimum shape in order to start implementing this. Of course any exercise should be combined with a healthy nutrition that supports the exercises and give your body the energy it needs.

And now to the interview:

“A Sergeant from the U.S. army emailed me not long ago and wrote that he was seeking new circuit training for his 30+ soldiers who are exercising for their PT testing. He needed some new circuit training ideas that would take them to a new level of fitness.
He was really concerned because he felt that his soldiers reached a certain level of fitness that needed some fresh high intensity workout exercises that would challenge them and take them to the next level.
My response is below…Keep in mind that this exercise I gave him uses bodyweight-only exercises with no weight lifting, however, it is VERY intense and for people looking for advanced fitness levels.
With that said, if you’re a rookie, you can still use this by simply implementing the basic format of the exercise, and just do less of whatever exercises you struggle with, or choose an easier alternate exercise that’s similar.

Here is my response to him…

“Hi S****. In order to train your soldiers more powerfully and get them to the next level in their exercise trainings, the intensity will remain super high and they will use the whole body. The rest period should be tight and use full-body multi-joint movements as much as possible.
I’m going to give you an amazing workout idea below that not only incorporates abs and entire core, but the entire body as well in an intense fashion. Since I don’t know what equipment you have handy, I’ll give you a great workout that’s bodyweight based. Here’s an example to take your soldiers through:

Begin with a 2-3 min warm-up of rope jumping, jumping jacks or light jogging.
Then, move through these exercises in a circuit fashion, one right after the other with only 10 seconds rest between each (repeat the circuit 3-5 times for a great total body workout):
1. Bodyweight squats – 12 reps
2. Plyo pushups (clapping) – 10 reps
3. Walking lunges up 6 steps and back 6 steps
4. Floor mountain climbers for 30 seconds
5. Lunge jumps – 6 reps to each side
6. Lying leg thrusts (abs) on floor – 12 reps
7. Squat jumps – 8 reps
8. Side plank hold 30 seconds one side, then 30 sec opposite side|

Rest 2 min after each circuit; repeat circuit 3-5x
If that doesn’t get to the next level of their fitness and ready for the next PT test, nothing will!”

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