Circuit training is a great workout routine for law enforcement applicants (FBI, DEA, ATF, State Trooper, Local Police officers) who are training for the physical fitness test, training academy, or simply want to get into better shape.
Circuit training workouts can be perfect for working adults who are short on time. Although this training technique is far quicker, it is just as effective. If I didn’t think this workout routine could help you prepare for your law enforcement career, I wouldn’t have bothered posting it on this blog.
The great thing about circuit training is the pace you’ll have to maintain in order to complete the workout. That’s not hard to do if you put all your energy and focus into the workout. The best thing about this fast pace exercise routine is it promotes both muscular development and cardiovascular improvement together. I know that probably wonn’t mean much to beginners, but if you want a career in law enforcement, you must have a good balance of muscular strength and aerobic capacity for the physical fitness standards.
Instructions For The Workout:
Complete the entire Police Specific Workout Routine within 40-minutes or go through it twice for a longer workout. Modify any exercises as needed and skip any moves that cause discomfort or pain.
Making it easier: Perform only one circuit, or do each exercise for 30 seconds instead of 1 minute
Making it harder: Perform three circuits and/or use heavier weights.
For a complete 26 weeks police officer specific workout routine, which includes a daily meal plan, visit our Law Enforcement Physical Fitness Help Center.