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    Default Sample circuit training

    Each exercise is done for 60 seconds. Each circuit is 2 exercises. One "gym" exercise followed by a body weight or plyometric exercise. Rep range is up to you. Just go for 2 minutes. Rest is getting from one circuit to another.

    calf raise/jump rope
    front squat/box jump
    Romanian dead lift (RDL)/burpee
    clean and press/tuck jump
    barbell curl/farmer's walk
    renegade row/pull-ups (pull-up until failure but don't let go of the bar)
    tricep extension/stability ball push ups
    chest press/pop push-ups
    upright row/chin-ups (chin-up until failure but don't let go of the bar)

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    You use k/bells in circuit workout or do you use them separatly as one full k/bell workout? Also, when I sometimes do circuit training I don't like to use weights, but rather just stick to calisthenics and k/bells but no barbells or dumbells.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grecowrestler13 View Post
    You use k/bells in circuit workout or do you use them separatly as one full k/bell workout? Also, when I sometimes do circuit training I don't like to use weights, but rather just stick to calisthenics and k/bells but no barbells or dumbells.
    this is done with the 40 guys on the HS wrestling team 4 guys per circuit 10 circuits. We use dumb bells and barbells in the HS weight room logistically it is the easiest thing to do.

    K-bell circuits are similar to my training log
    "All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become."

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    how many times through the circuit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mir20052 View Post
    how many times through the circuit?
    We want at least 2 times through each segment. 40 minutes non-stop work. With change overs total time is about 45-50 minutes.
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