Introducing Circular Fitness – a brand new and excitingly unique High Intensity Circuit Training (HICT) class open and accessible for all! Dive into our 12-week routines with fresh exercises rolled out every cycle. Each 60-minute session boasts 7 engaging stations, each completed 3 times in a balanced 1:1 work-to-rest ratio, ensuring precision-targeted muscle workouts.
Whether you are a newbie or seasoned class goer, our 1:1 ratio is perfect for you. Newcomers: master the movements with ample recovery intervals. Fitness enthusiasts: the minute is your stage to push your limits and set new standards.
At each class, embrace the four consistent exercises throughout the 12 weeks. Master these exercises which focus on the everyday muscle groups of your legs, core, and shoulders. Development in these areas will support daily movement and posture. Each week, take up the challenge of the rotating additional exercises, each week emphasising a different pillar of muscular fitness: muscular strength, muscular endurance, muscular power. With Circular Fitness, every session feels fresh with new challenges for you to tackle each week.
Here is our ace: track your progress in real time! On weeks 1, 4, 8 and 12, we record your scores on our four anchor exercises. Your weight lifted and reps completed both shape your score. These scores across the anchor exercises are then combined to give your Total Score. This Total Score determines our top achievers and standout transformations over the 12 weeks. With consistent focus on the three pillars of muscular fitness, you can see your score skyrocket.
“The class has a really good energy, with a good mix of strength and endurance exercises. Definitely worked me to my limits, and can feel the benefits after just a few sessions.” – Mark (aged 52)
Build muscular strength.
Build muscular endurance.
Build muscular power.
Circular Fitness is led by Ethan Dye. Ethan has practised Shotokan Karate for 14 years and has taught for 8 years. He currently holds the rank of Sandan (3rd Dan). Alongside Karate, Ethan has competed in Powerlifting at a Regional and National level. This combination gives him a unique insight into strength and conditioning for martial arts.