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Circuit Training Exercises for Strength and Endurance!

What do we expect out of our fitness training routine? Most of you would say that you want to develop strength; some would say endurance and then there would be another bunch of people who would say that they want both strength as well as endurance.

What about the amount of time that people are ready to devote? That is another challenge since most of us are hard pressed for time always.

So how does one get the best out of their time? I recommend circuit training exercises for all of you who want to build strength and endurance with limited amount of time to spare.

Circuit training exercises are fast and quick workouts but at the same time they are proven to deliver great results.

For those of you who are not familiar with circuit training, here is a brief overview to help you understand the concept of circuit training. Circuit Training is a type of resistance training where you would usually find about 10-12 different exercises. Each of these exercise areas is known as a station.

What you have to do is to go to each of these stations, perform the exercise for 2-3 sets or for a couple of minutes and then immediately move onto the next station to perform your next exercise.

So as you can see, you hardly get any time to catch up on your breath. You will have to be constantly on the move, going from one station to another. If you do these exercises in a group then you have another challenge; you will always be under pressure to keep up with the group. Hence these are really very effective exercises.

The biggest advantage is that these exercises take only about 30-40 minutes, which in my opinion is a big plus. So now you can get started with your exercises right away.

Suresh Bist

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