60 second of exercise (green) 30 seconds of rest (red)
Full body workout and cardio in just 30 minutes.
Designed for members who don’t have a lot of time, but want to get an effective full body workout. Perfect for new members to learn the basics!
More time equals more health benefits.
"If you go beyond 300 minutes a week of moderate-intensity activity, or 150 minutes a week of vigorous-intensity activity, you'll gain even more health benefits." - Center for disease control & prevention.
Heart Rate Goal
"You can determine your maximum heart rate per minute by subtracting your age from 220. Your target heart rate is 50%-75% of your maximum heart rate. After 6 months of regular exercise you should be able to increase your heart rate to 85%" - New York Times
We all have those days where you are just not feeling it, but you know you still need to get in a good visit to the gym. After all, your health come first! The Express Circuit consists of short interval exercises that take minimal effort and focus so you can leave feeling more energized than when you walked in.
You’ll be surprised what you can accomplish in 30 minutes! If you are short on time, the Express Circuit will get you in and out with enough time on your lunch break to refuel. Jump in and get going to maximize every spare minute you have, giving you a total body workout that will get you ready for the day.
New to the Gym?
If you are new to working out, the Express Circuit helps you learn the basics. The exercises and equipment used in the circuit will help you build a solid gym routine to achieve results. This is a great way to mix up your routine and achieve maximum results in minimal time.
According to the Tufts Medical Center, “If you have never exercised or are just getting started again, circuit training is a good way to increase your lean body mass.”
Make it part of your lifestyle.
"Whether it is a structured exercise program or just part of your daily routine, all exercise adds up to a healthier heart. Find a convenient time and place to do activities. Try to make it a habit, but be flexible. If you miss an exercise opportunity, work activity into your day another way." - American Heart Association
Aerobic Activity - What Works?
"Aerobic activity or "cardio" gets you breathing harder and your heart beating faster. From pushing a lawn mower, to taking a dance class, to biking to the store – all types of activities count. As long as you're doing them at a moderate or vigorous intensity for at least 10 minutes at a time."- Center for disease control & prevention
Full Body Workout In Only
Abdominal / Core