Yesterday, Monday I started a new circuit workout and today will be part 2 of that workout. You can find the exact routine here and you can click Brisk 1 Circuit to read my version of it. Again, this workout is inspired by a workout found from Muscle&Strength's website and the author is Brad Borland. I'll be doing workout B today with a slight modification because the routine calls for a core set at the end of the circuit.
I worked out core yesterday so today is "No Core Tuesday!" I'll start the workout with a 5 minute stationary bike ride and some stretching because today's circuit will revolve around legs.
Here is my version:
You know what they say, No pain. No gain. I'd much rather be sore after a workout than not. It's a good thing. Tomorrow is my off day so I'll probably do some work on the art project I'm doing. I can't wait to finish it so I can share it with those interested in Art around here.
DO YOU HAVE QUESTIONS?
FYI: For those of you new to working out, please do not hesitate to ask if you have any questions about the details of my workouts or how a certain exercise is performed. I'm here to hopefully help someone get healthy and stay healthy.
For instance: You may be wondering what the heck a "Circuit" is. It's pretty simple really. A circuit is just a group of different exercises performed one after the other with a relatively short and specific amount of time between sets. With the workout above you would perform the calf raises, take a 60 second break(roughly) and then deadlifts, break, squats, break, lunges, break,etc...until you go through all the exercises and then you start again and go all the way through 3 times.