Desire Navy Seal status strength? Well, it’s your lucky day. I’m about to unleash a circuit training routine that Navy Seals use for cardiovascular and strength conditioning and endurance building. Practice this circuit when you’re kicking it at the Pivotal Fitness Greenville athletic club. If you can make it through this, you are one mean, physical engine. If you can’t finish it all, no worries. You must start somewhere.
Here she is: 13 grueling exercises for you to master at the Pivotal Fitness Greenville gym. If you practice this routine twice weekly, it’ll yield impressive, fortifying results. This is a circuit, so start from exercise #1 and continue through the exercises until you reach #13. Then, repeat again…and again. Some of the exercises call for 5 repeats, while others only 3 or 4. As you will soon discover, the intensity tapers off towards the end, so you’ll land smoothly.
- Push-ups :: 35 x 5 reps
- Sit-ups :: 40 x 4 reps
- Dips :: 30 x 4 reps
- Swimmers :: 15 x 3 reps
- Hanging Knee-ups :: 15 x 3 reps
- Hanging Obliques :: 15 x 3 reps
- Body Builders :: 15 x 3 reps
- Breast Stroke :: 20 x 3 reps
- Squats :: 30 x 3 reps
- Lunges :: 30 x 3 reps
- Pull-ups :: 15 x 4 reps
- Wide grip pull-ups :: 15 x 4 reps
- Close grip pull-ups :: 15 x 4 reps
Whew. That’s no joke.
If you’re in topnotch shape, you should be able to get through this circuit routine in roughly 45 minutes. Take your time, though. No one at the Pivotal Fitness Greenville gym expects you to be a hero. There’s no set time limit. Just keep moving! Try your best to make it through the entire circuit regardless of how long it takes you.
As you continue to practice this circuit, you’ll find yourself working your way through it faster. Most importantly, you’ll realize increased endurance, enhanced muscle tone, and greater cardio power.