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CIRCUIT TRAINING FOR WEIGHT LOSS

29 July 2019

Circuit training is a type of muscular training using high-intensity aerobics. The main goal of circuit training is strength building and muscular endurance. Circuit training usually contains a set of exercises which targets both lower as well as upper body. An exercise circuit is one completion of all prescribed exercises in the program. When one circuit is complete, one begins the first exercise again for the next exercise.

 

If you are a beginner and want to get rid of the stubborn belly fat follow the circuit training workout routine mentioned below formulated by the best fitness club in Chandigarh.  

 

v Mountain Climbers

 

To formulate the correct posture for a mountain climber, follow the steps mentioned below,

a)     Get down on the floor on your hands and knees.

b)     Extend your legs behind you balancing on your toes

c)     Place your hands under shoulders and slightly outward.

d)     Your body should be in a straight line from your crown to your heels.

e)     Move your knees to elbows alternatively.

 

Perform 3 sets of 30 reps each. Take 15 seconds to break between sets.

 

v Half Burpees

 

Following steps will help you formulate a correct posture for half burpees.

a)     Maintain the same plank posture just like you did in mountain climbers.

b)     Bring both knees to your elbows by hopping forward and backwards.

With 15 seconds break in-between, do 3 sets of 30 reps each.

 

  v Standing Lunges

 

       For formulating correct posture of standing lunges, follow these steps:

a)     Stand with feet hip-width apart.

b)     Take a big step forward with your right leg. Shift your weight forward so that the heel touches the floor first.

c)     Lower your body till your right thigh is parallel to the ground.

d)     Lightly tap your left knee to the ground while your weight is on the right heel.

e)     Press into right heel to get back to the starting position.

Do 3 sets of 30 reps each with 15 seconds of a break in-between.

 

  v Push-Ups

 

Follow the steps mentioned below to formulate the correct posture for push-ups.

a)     Position hands palm-down on floor. Your hands should be shoulder-width apart.

b)     Your elbows should be pointed towards your toes.

c)     Curl your toes upward. The balls of your feet should touch the ground.

d)     Take the plank position and lower your body so that your chest touches the ground.

In the beginning, you can do 3 sets of 15 reps each and take 20 seconds to break in between.

 

Burn Gym-best gym in Mohali understands the significance of circuit training and thus brought you these simple no-equipment exercises you can do at home or your gym and flaunt your toned stomach.