Circuit Insanity

Program Breakdown

-All workouts can be done in under 60 minutes.
-This program combines strength & cardio. It never gets boring due to its fast paced, non-stop style of workouts.
-This is designed to be done in a gym setting!
-We highly recommend you follow our nutrition advice. High protein intake is a must to get results. Refer to our nutrition section for more information and diet guides!

Workout Weight Loss

My Workouts

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Tips For Success

The Basics

Achieving your fitness goals is ENTIRELY possible. With this workout program and nutrition advice, your only responsibility is to stick with it no matter what. Make it a habit to workout consistently and push yourself daily, and you will see results. You should never doubt you or your body’s ability to make the changes you want to see. Instead, trust the process, be patient, and know that you’re following an effective, efficient, and result driven workout program. 

Always refer to the videos to help with form and exercise tempo!

The Weeks

Do not skip around through this program! Each day is intended to be done in order, and for the desired length (in weeks). Repeat each section for its designed 3-week length before moving on to the next. Once completed, this program can be done again multiple times! The weeks are different enough that your body will have a tough time fully adapting. Meaning you can continue to make progress going through the program multiple times! 

Strength

Training your muscles to failure appears to be one of the primary triggers of muscle growth. Ladies, this doesn’t mean you will end up bulky! Even if your primary goal is to lose weight and “tone” your muscles, you need to push your muscles till failure. This will help preserve muscle mass and ultimately give you that lean and tone look in the long run.

Supersets

If exercises are listed like the following: 2a. 2b. they should be completed together. Go back and forth between the 2 exercises. Refer to the notes for the specific rest periods.

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