Tips for Success - Circuit Training
A guide to circuit training for sports teachers, trainers and instructors. It presents numerous possible variations of how to make a circuit enjoyable, interesting and effective. The main emphasis lies on strength, endurance, co-ordination and fun. The advice given should enable circuit training to be carried out at its optimum level. They refer to load intervals and the structure of a lesson as well as the trainer's duties and responsibilities. There are also suggestions for suitable locations, necessary apparatus and the right music. The book concludes with exercises and sample lessons.
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Circuit Training Drill or Effective Training? 9 2 1 About the Contents of this Book
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16 Press-ups 38 Rope Skipping abdominal muscles advanced participants Amat Description Arm Lifts arm movements Arms are held balloons bean bags Biceps Curls body leans back circuit training co-ordination deltoideus demand on physical Description and Comments Description of exercise elbows exercise Starting position exertubes feet ﬁrm ﬂexibility forms of demand forward frisbee hands head heels Hint Intervals juggling cloths legs are lightly lesson load low medium low medium high lower back main motor forms maximal strength medium high gen muscles are tensed overstretched pelvis pezzi balls physical load low position The legs Possible errors Possible variations Proportion of main rebounder rubber band sec rest Organisation Sit-ups slide speed spine Squats station training stick straight strength endurance stretching Total apparatus supine position sweeping movements Target group Total apparatus required trainer training one round triceps brachii upper body leans upright standing position variations For beginners weights words of explanation x ﬂexibility