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Circuit Training Workout For Your Abs & Glutes - Kaldzar
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Circuit Training Workout For Your Abs & Glutes

Circuit Training Workout

Circuit Training Workout For Your Abs & Glutes

Circuit training is a style of workout where you cycle through several exercises in rapid succession. Your aim is to target different muscle groups with minimal rest in between the exercises. The result is a workout that taxes your muscular strength (by including resistance) and endurance, as well as your cardiorespiratory system. With this sort of routine, you burn more calories in a fraction of the time. Additionally, your body goes through a post-workout recovery period called afterburn, which continues consume calories. Overall, more energy is required (and used) during circuit training workouts when compared to other methods such as steady-state, moderate-intensity routines. Because of this, you can expect to burn 8 to 15 percent more calories when opting for high-intensity circuit training.

10 Mins Dynamic Stretch

10 Treadmill Sprints – 30sec on, 10sec off

Circuit 1 – Abs

20 x Crunches
20 x Lying Twist (Knees at 90 degrees)
20 x In and Out
20 x Oblique Twist

1 min: Air Squats


Circuit 2 – Glutes

20 x Donkey Kicks
20 x Glute Clams
20 x Single Leg Glute Bridge
20 x Flutter Kick

1 min: Reverse Lunges

20 Cal Row

Circuit 1 – Abs

20 x Crunches
20 x Lying Twist (Knees at 90 degrees)
20 x In and Out
20 x Oblique Twist

1 min: Jump Rope


Circuit 2 – Glutes

20 x Donkey Kicks
20 x Glute Clams
20 x Single Leg Glute Bridge
20 x Flutter Kick

1 mins Single Leg RDL

10 Treadmill Sprints – 30sec on, 10sec off

Cool Down Stretch

To understand more about rest timings, read our post on rest intervals.



Hana Zarour

Founder
Movement Specialist; Specialist in Sports Nutrition, Exercise Therapy, Weightlifting Performance Coach.

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