Conditioning Circuits

Conditioning circuits is an all-round total body work out using timed exercise stations including body weight, cardio, kettlebells, resistance bands, slam balls and pad work.

Conditioning Circuit Training

Conditioning circuit training is a form of group exercise in which strength, endurance and cardiovascular exercises are combined in one session. A number of stations will be positioned around the venue using a variety of equipment. Participants are assigned to a station for a set time before moving to another station. On occasions participants may work in pairs. There is little or no rest between stations. Each exercise will be performed between 30 seconds and 45 seconds as long as Sarah has remember to start the stop watch, feel free to nudge her at any time. The number of stations vary between 8 and 12.

Benefits for participants include:

  • You do not need high levels of co-ordination
  • Varied exercises each week
  • A social atmosphere
  • A full body workout
  • Motivational

Benefits to the body systems of regular circuit training:

  • Increased bone density
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Enhance muscle balance
  • Improved energy levels
  • Increased HDL
  • Higher resting metabolism
  • Increased lean body mass
  • Increased muscular strength & endurance
  • Improved posture
  • Increased cardiovascular fitness
  • Reduced risk of heart disease
  • Better sleep
  • Improved mood

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Sarah has helped me reassess my eating habits and lifestyle. She set me achievable goals that took me through my lifestyle change one step at a time. I didn't feel overwhelmed or that the goal was impossible. She met with me and gave me a workout routine that would fit into my busy life and limited space at home. Sarah offered continual support throughout the plan and adjusted it where necessary. I have come away from that plan eating breakfast (I never did before), eating no more biscuits in the afternoon anymore, thinking before I eat and a lot fitter. Thank you Sarah! [READ MORE]