Circuit Training Classes in Ashton Moss

If you're bored of the gym floor and need to shake up your workout, our circuit training workout in Ashton Moss will add a little fun to your fitness routine!

Our 45 minute circuit training class at Village Gym Manchester Ashton will help to improve your cardio fitness whilst toning the legs, upper body, glutes and core.

A great fitness class for anyone who loves variety, a fast pace and plenty of action. 

Types of Circuit Training Exercise

Our Circuit Training class at Village Gym Ashton Moss involves plenty of movement, lots of variety and big burns...

Squat Jumps Push Ups Squat to press
Burpees Tuck Jumps Jumping Jacks
Skipping Dumbbell Squats Bench Dips
Squat Thrusts Lunges Kick Backs
Hip Thrusts Bicycle Kicks Kettlebell Swings
Medicine Ball Chest Press Shuttle Runs Press Ups
Sit Ups Oblique Crunches Supermans

What Are The Benefits of Circuit Training?

Our circuit training classes are all about fun, pushing your limits and smashing your fitness goals...

Improve cardio fitness Become more agile Break through plateaus
Increase muscle strength Enjoy a better quality of sleep Improve co-ordination
Gain more stamina Sculpt a more toned physique Create more defined abs
Help weight loss Improve breathing Increase metabolism
Increase energy Lift your mood Relieve back pain


If you're struggling to shift the excess pounds, adding a little more variety into your workout could be the key.  It doesn't get more varied than our Manchester circuit class, featuring cardio, strength training and plenty of techniques to get those calories torched.

By combining regular Circuit Training classes with cardio and strength training in the gym, you can increase lean muscle mass, which will help to boost your metabolism and blast fat. 

Great for anyone with weight loss goals.

Circuit Training for Beginners

New to our circuit training class? No problem, let your instructor know before the class kicks off so that we can ensure you're not overdoing it in your first session.

If you've never done a circuit training class before, go at a pace that works for you and ask us to adapt any exercises that you may find too challenging whilst you get settled in. 

Tip: Bring water to stay hydrated, a sweat towel and wear light, comfortable clothing with well-fitting trainers. 

A Typical Circuit Training Class 

If you're attending our circuit training class in Ashton Moss, expect to cover exercises such as these... 

Upper Body Circuit Training
Pull ups, push ups, shoulder press

Lower Body Circuit Exercises
Squats, lunges, step ups

Core Circuit Exercises
Plank, bicycle kicks, crunches, sit-ups

Cardio Circuits
Shuttle runs, skipping, jumping jacks

Full Body Toning Exercises
Burpees and bear crawls

Circuit Training For Over 60's

Whilst our circuit training class is fast-paced and physically challenging, many of our more senior members love the results they get from regular circuit workouts. 

If you're keen to tone up, improve flexibility, become more agile or simply want a fun way to work out with your fellow members, our circuit training class will do the trick!

Most of the exercises can be adapted to avoid discomfort, and you're free to go at your own pace. 


Circuit Training vs. HIIT

What's the difference?

Circuit training involves going straight into one exercise after another. There'll be lots of different exercises with no time for rest.

During a HIIT workout, you'll perform exercises at full pace, with intervals of rest. Say, one minute of exercise, followed by one minute of rest.

Both are great options for boosting your cardio fitness, improving endurance and blitzing fat.

Circuit Training To Build Muscle

Keen to add muscle strength?

Our Manchester Ashton circuit workout involves a mixture of exercises in order to target a wide range of muscles. This is a great way to increase your body’s muscular endurance and power. 

We caught up with Village Gym Personal Trainer, George, to find out how it all works...


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