I have spent the last 3 blogs basically bashing circuits and outlining why I believe their are superior ways to train. So then why do we offer circuits?Simple:
In order to be successful, you need to give people what they want. In order to improve people, you must give them what they need.As far as my experience has taught me, this is where the problems arise in circuit training.
Throughout my years of taking these types of classes, I always had an underlying feeling that something was not right with the standard circuit model. I experimented with different layouts, always searching for the best system that not only delivers what people want, but what the need.It was only in the last year or so that I have worked out a method that delivers both.
In part 5 I will break each of the five points down and go into greater detail as to why I believe the is not only the most effective way but also the most intelligent method of running a circuit class.