Circuit training is a form of conditioning that combines resistance training and high-intensity aerobic work designed to target strength building and muscular endurance. STACK offers you a broad range of variations of circuit training needed to get you stronger and faster for your sport. See what the pros and their trainers are doing, plus what the experts are prescribing, by reading our exclusive articles and viewing workout content.
Latest in Circuit Training
Workouts have a tendency to taper off toward the end. You crush your exercises at the beginning, then everything gets progressively less intense. T...
By: Andy Haley
End the confusion of what to do when you get to the gym with this full body workout. I love this workout because every exercise requires you to use...
By: Ben Boudro
How long have your workouts followed the exact same format? You do an exercise for a predetermined number of sets and reps, and then move onto the n...
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Latest Videos in Circuit Training
Ben Rossi of ATP Evolution provides instructions for a core circuit that will build overall core strength and stability.
Arizona Diamondbacks 3B Ryan Roberts demonstrates the core circuit he performs at the end of his off-season workouts.
As part of his lower-body circuit, Arizona Diamondbacks 3B Ryan Roberts performs a Standing Calf Raise, Weighted Box Jumps and a Single-Arm, Single-Leg RDL.
Arizona Diamondbacks 3B Ryan Roberts performs a lower-body circuit to develop explosive power for playing the hot corner. Roberts starts with the Slideboard and continues with a Heavy Leg Press and Walking Lunge.
Using a circuit of unique exercises, Super Bowl Champion TE Ben Watson increases strength, power and stability with a mixture of dumbbells, resistance bands and kettlebells.