Circuit training

The circuit training is a training method which consists of performing several exercises one after the other, with no or very little recovery time. Once all the movements have been made, the sequence is repeated from the beginning. Each exercise is carried out for a period of 15 to 45 seconds, or 8 to 20 repetitions at a load of 40 to 60% of its max. The sequence between each exercise is performed without or with very little recovery (30 seconds maximum). The complete circuit can be realized 3 times or more, for a duration of effort of 20 minutes to 1 hour. 

The initial training goal in the form of circuit training is the improvement of strength and endurance. It is equally well suited for training beginners and high-level athletes.