Endurance, circuit, fat burning
Interval Circuit training is based on the concept of interval training. It is an overload training method lasting 45 to 50 minutes. Alternating between upper and lower body exercises, you will go between the different muscle groups at intervals. The exercises are performed in multiple sets, employing medium-high and low intensity repetitions. There are no breaks, or very short ones, leading to significant shifts in your heart rate. Constant changes in pace and exertion levels will activate your metabolism. Indeed, your rate of metabolism will remain high even hours after training, triggering the so-called EPOC (Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption) effect. With this kind of structured training, you will notice an improvement in your aerobic capacity, strength, hypertrophy and muscular endurance.