I do a dance-based cardio workout infused with circuit training, and emphasizing strength and alignment.— Chloe Sevigny
Wonderful Circuit Training quotations
I exercise about 40 minutes a day, and I'll run one day and do circuit training the next day. I live in an area where there are brilliant hills and mountains, so I get a good hill run with my dog. At home, I'll do the circuit training with old weights, along with pull-ups in the trees and that sort of stuff.
The circuit training program along with a healthy clean diet is the way to excellent results.
Beginning with exercise, the best training program available for real results is circuit training.
I am constantly working out-circuit training, jumping rope, and stair-stepping, and sticking to 1200 calories a day. It can't be something that you're doing to lose weight, and then once you do, you're done. I do it every day of my life.
The biggest mistake I see people make is they are not on the right program.
You should be circuit training and performing cardio 4-6 days a week (depending on time).
I guess with myself, I was probably the first woman to lift weights and do circuit training and to run the sand hills.
If I eat something a little crazy or if I feel sluggish, I know I have to eat better the next day and work out. I work out, I do circuit training so I try to keep my heart rate up whether I'm doing cardio, lifting weights or jumping rope. I like to mix it up. I also take Zumba classes - I love those, those are a blast.
I generally circuit train and do Pilates.
I would eat 300 calories a day - a lot of Jell-O and no-sugar everything, of course. I was doing Pilates, weight-training, circuit training; over lunch I would run on a treadmill in my dressing room with a fan on my face so I wouldn't sweat my makeup off.
I train five days a week hard - but it is short and sharp - 30 to 40 minutes of functional and pretty dynamic body-strength circuits, then I do a good yoga session on the sixth day, then I rest.
I always try to show my human side to my colleagues and to the whole circuit.
More than anything because we are all on the same train, it is part of our work.
I have to admit, I go through phases of being good and bad.
When I'm being good, I go to the gym three to four times a week. I do much better in a class with other people. I like aerobics and circuit training.
Circuit training consists of doing resistant movements combined with an aerobic activity (jogging in place, jump rope, jumping jacks, etc.).