This week Mon. 08/25/14 & Wed. 08/27/14 @7 pm and Sat. 08/30/14 @ 10:30am <—- NEW TIME THIS WEEK ONLY We are Mixing it up with some Dumbbell, Stability Ball and Resistance Band Workouts!! Great fun and an Awesome diverse way to build muscle and burn fat! This is a GREAT WORKOUT for EVERY FITNESS LEVEL!
Being a part of Diamond Guru Fitness IS different! It’s a POSITIVE, Supportive Environment that encourages Personal growth! Small group Personal Training allows for each persons unique fitness level to be taken into consideration therefore producing better results individually! No more than 8 to a class! RSVP required in advance…
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Class is $10.00 pp
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Circuit training is a method of resistance training, or weight training, that maximizes the volume of work done in a short period of time. Circuit training is a great tool to use for people who are interested in weight loss, muscle gain and overall strength increases.
Circuit training squashes common excuses that people use for not exercising because it takes little time, is action packed, does not need to be done everyday, and it can be personalized.
Circuit Training Basics
Circuit training consists of performing multiple exercises on multiple body parts in a row with little rest in between exertions. The two most basic types of circuit training are horizontal training and vertical training. In horizontal training, all sets of one exercise are performed before a person moves on to the next exercise. In vertical training, one set of every different type of exercise is performed before returning to an exercise for the second time.
The most important component of circuit training is to take little rest in between sets, whether of the same or different exercises.
Circuit Training Benefits
Due to the lack of rest that circuit training demands, exercisers maintain elevated heart rates for the entire period of exercise. The combination of weight training and increased cardiovascular effort makes circuit training a beneficial type of cross training. The exerciser gains muscle through the resistance training. The exerciser increases his/her cardiovascular endurance during the slightly elevated heart rate that is maintained in between sets and throughout the overall program. The exerciser burns high amounts of calories during the high exertion periods of his/her sets.
Circuit training is also a convenient way to exercise. It maximizes the total exercise volume (number of sets, repetitions, and amount of weight) completed in a period of time. Exercises are completed in a row, and therefore, the time spent exercising is condensed. Separate cardiovascular training is not necessary. All body parts are trained in one session, and therefore, exercisers do not need to work out everyday.
Long Run Benefits
Circuit training is a type of interval training. Interval training is a great way to increase the body’s ability to burn calories when it is at rest. The exerciser’s heart rate goes up very high, returns to a lower, but still elevated, state, and then goes up very high again. At no point during circuit training does the heart rate return to its resting rate. Circuit training, and interval training overall, increases the amount of oxygen that a person consumes post exercise, and therefore, increases the number of calories that a person burns throughout the day.
It can be used to achieve an increase in lean body mass and a decrease in weight.
The stepping stone, the initial impetus, the driving force, the only thing that can gain momentum and drive us along the road leading to success.
Back in 2005, when I found myself at the beginning of this uphill road, I used to read about it all the time. But the word “want” is not strong enough to express what it takes. Wanting it is just not enough.
You have to long for change to be able to get up again every single time you fall. You have to crave a new version of yourself to fight all the obstacles that will come your way. You have to yearn for a healthy and active body to be able to keep your eyes on the prize and fight away all distractions.
And when you finally reach your goal, you need double and triple doses of this strong desire to be able to maintain. Just wanting it is simply not enough. You will also want to re-visit your old habits at some point. You will want to indulge in your favorite treats. You will want to take a break from exercise. And you don’t know which desire will be stronger when the time comes. You can’t leave this to chance. Your desire to maintain your weight, your health, your energy has to be strengthened to the maximum to be able to withstand the temptations. You have to place this desire on the tip of your priorities pyramid. And push it back up every time it slips towards the base!
The stronger your desire, the better your chances of losing or maintaining. So, keep it strong. Just like you do with your muscles. Here are some before and after photos of some clients who have and had the DESIRE!
This week at Diamond Guru Fitness, We start Monday on a High note with HIIT! High Intensity Interval Training! We will burn tons of fat and gain some rockin muscle with 30 min intense workout! You’ll be sweaty with this one!
Then Wednesday, We work our entire body on the Stability Ball! This workout will tone you as well as build endurance!
Saturday, We top things off with an Awesome Resistance Band workout! If you’ve never tried bands, this is the workout for you! Challenging and effective!
When: Mon and Wed. @7 pm, Saturday @11 am!
Where: 1080 NE 43rd Street, Oakland Park, Fl. 33334
How much: $10.00 per class OR $65 for ALL AUGUST CLASSES! That’s 1/2 price!
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