Posts tagged circuit training
Hey there – it’s Top 10 time again! We figured it was time to bring back one of our most popular strands here at Angry Trainer Fitness and to kick us off we have a very special top 10.
Yep, today I’m sharing my favorite Angry Trainer Fitness Workouts that are on my YouTube channel – for FREE!
We launched the ATF You Tube channel about a year ago and are now close to over 100,000 video views – and growing faster every month. But with over 45 videos now on the site (and more to come soon) you may not know where More >
So I’ve been warming up to the idea of CrossFit style workouts lately…but I don’t have a box near to where I live and the nearest one is wickedly expensive.
Would you suggest CrossFit style workouts at home?
If so, what would you recommend doing? Thanks!
Can you explain the benefits of both LISS and HIIT and which is better to use and when? My main goal, right now is fat loss. I know a lot of it is in my diet and I am tightening that as we speak.
Thanks for everything. - Antionette
Hey Antionette! Great question. I was wondering when someone was going to ask this. No doubt you’ve heard me recently talk about long, boring cardio (L.I.S.S.) sessions in preparation for an upcoming bodybuilding show. But you should know that elsewhere on the site I’ve also praised H.I.T.T. training. So actually I’m a More >
I am trying to switch from performing all the classes at my gym to different workouts of my own. The classes are usually full body and I normally do some kind of workout everyday, but I am having a difficult time trying to plan what my own training workouts will be everyday.
I feel working each body part once a week isn’t enough because I am used to doing the classes everyday (working all body parts) and I’ve stopped seeing results.
Any advice Alfonso?
My question for you is about muscle confusion. We’ve all heard that in order to make gains (losses) in working out we should be “changing it up” every so often to trick our bodies (muscles).
My question is why then if we take time off from working out do our bodies not fly into action and produce rapid gains (losses)?
I love the site. It’s been a huge help for me as I’ve been trying to make up for a few years of poor eating/drinking and trying to get back to my old, healthier self.
My question is regarding the circuit style of training that you’re fond of. I completely agree with the aerobic benefits and the fact that it works the whole body. My problem is that when working out in the crowded weight room the weights or benches or machines that are available at the beginning of a circuit aren’t available later in the routine, and I More >
I’m really confused. I’ve read so many articles about circuit training, intervals, HIIT training, muscle confusion and metabolic circuits?
My friend did a metabolic circuit while I was using P90X and he looks much better than I do. He lost more fat and looks like he gained more muscle.
Can you explain what exactly a metabolic circuit is?