One of the most difficult things about starting a fitness routine is that there are countless exercises, programs, and pieces of equipment to choose from. Whether you’re trying to find the right online program for you or a routine to do one day in the gym, it can be so overwhelming that you don’t even want to start.
If you’re trying to get through the endless sea of options, it’s best to think about what it is that you want to accomplish. Regardless of whether you want to put on muscle, reduce fat, or sculpt some abs, you likely want to reach your goal in the most efficient way possible. You don’t have time to hunt down equipment all over the gym, wait for other gym-goers to put down the weights, or spend any unnecessary time figuring out what to do.
If this sounds like something you’re experiencing, then it’s time to rethink how you approach your workouts.
Enter the world of circuit training. The term circuit training may sound intimidating especially if you’ve taken fitness classes with 37 stations that you were expected to memorize and run through at near perfection. But fear not, circuit training at its core is the simplest way to plan out your workouts. It helps you