How to plan a circuit
It might seem straight forwards to plan a circuit.. after all, it's just a series of exercises? or is it.
You'll learn the intricacies of planning, including:
✔ Exercise order
✔ Timings and intensities
✔ Planning for individual variables amongst a group
✔ Adaptations and Progressions
✔ Warm Ups and Cool Downs
How to progress a circuit
Circuits are often seen as a quick fix of exercise. A series of exercise stations that elevate the heart rate to a sweaty mess.
More so... that every circuit should be wildly different every session.
During the course, you'll learn how to logically progress a circuit, which includes finding the BEST intensity for your client (not always maximum).
By the end of the course, you'll feel confident in being able to manage multiple clients, each working at different intensities to suit their own goals and needs.
You'll also learn how a circuit can be used for all components of fitness, including resistance, cardiovascular, flexibility, sport-specific, and motor skills.
Planning circuits for different environments
Circuits are often delivered in a sports hall, gym studio, or out in the park.
Each environment comes with its own risks and during the course, you learn how to mitigate each risk to ensure each circuit session is safe and effective.
How to deliver a circuit
Delivering a circuit is quite different from a 121 or small group session.
On the course, you'll gain the confidence to talk and coach in front of larger groups.
Plus learn the intricacies of voice projection, voice control, and pitch so you don't appear like a Sargent Major in the Army and just shout.
You'll also learn what to say, where to stand and move, how to progress individuals, and control each circuit as a leader.
What's more, you'll learn numerous ways of how to inject fun-based gameplay into any circuit. This helps build client rapport and a strong circuit tribe that comes back week after week.
Circuits business plan
It's vital you leave any of our courses with a clear route to get a solid return on your investment.
During the course you'll have 2 lectures on how to incorporate circuits into your current fitness business and 'How to start a circuit fresh out the gates'
Many of our learners complete the circuit course whilst on their level 2 gym instructor or shortly after their level 3 personal trainer qualification.
It's crucial you have clarity on your next step on how to get found, get clients and build a solid circuit tribe of your own.