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  1. DR
    June 29, 2009

    I agree with Rafi Bar-Lev that this would be a good circuit for people that workout @ home.

    But, unless you train at off-off-peak hours at your gym, that circuit would be impossible to perform.

    At my gym, I have had to explain the concepts of supersets, giant sets, trisets, split-sets, interval training, etc over & over.

    I think most of them are learning, but there are still those members who will watch you bounce back & forth between 2 pieces of equipment for a few minutes and STILL start stripping the weight off of the piece of equipment you just left…ARRRGGGHHHH

    On another note – Rusty, do you know how that workout fit into the overall scheme of the program?

    I found the bodypart selection a little odd, but considering we don’t know the overall context…

  2. Josh
    June 29, 2009

    Rusty, I couldn’t agree with you more. Great post! I do don’t anything but circuit training… it keeps me lean year-round and it’s always loads of fun to do. I find that I have to keep the routines varied though, or else I suffer from stagnant workouts.

    I actually own both Turbulence Training and Metabolic Surge and can personally vouch for their effectiveness. Very intense training though!

  3. Barbara
    December 26, 2009

    I think while the exercise type should certainly be stressed, there really needs to be an increased focus on the diet. Many people simply eat to much to lose weight and they don’t even realize it. They think they can just hop on a treadmill and just melt the pounds away when it isn’t quiet that simple.

  4. Phillip
    March 30, 2011

    Due to my hectic business travel schedule, I’m typically forced to circuit train in a hotel fitness area. I circuit train with free weights if they are available, but have no issue using machines if necessary. If I’m not feeling up for trudging down to the gym or am short on time, I will do body weight exercises in my room.

    Finally I have a go-to item that always comes with me on business trips: my jump rope. I think it single-handedly has cut off more of my weight than any other exercise.

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