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Circuit Training: Staying in Summer Shape All Year Round

June 26, 2013

Getting in shape for the summer months is as American as apple pie, hot dogs, and baseball. Of course, to really prepare for the dreaded swimsuit season, you need to come up with a solid exercise regiment (oh and avoid the hot dogs and apple pie!) One great way to get into excellent shape no matter the time of year is art of circuit training.  Sometimes referred to as cross training, this form of high intensity exercise involves combining body weight and aerobic exercises from many different disciplines.  It is popular because it not only gives you a great full-body workout, but it also keeps people interested with its wide variety of activates.  People almost never get bored, and despite (or because of) the intensity, most come to enjoy the experience.

At Robic, we know from personal experience that circuit training has become immensely popular in the U.S. and around the world.   One of the keys to getting the most out of this type of exercise is exact timing. Because it demands quick spurts of intense activity and then short periods of rest, you must time your intervals or risk missing out on the advantages of circuit training. Robic offers an amazing array of handheld timers, all of which allow you to maximize your cross training regiment no matter your skill level. From our more simple countdown timers for beginners to our complex stopwatches and timers for the hardcore circuit trainer, Robic has you covered. If you want to learn more about circuit training and how Robic’s timers and stopwatches can help you achieve your health and fitness goals year round, give us a call or visit our website today!

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