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We ship daily from our Michigan warehouse Monday through Friday and most Saturdays via the US Postal Service. PLEASE NOTE - All shipping times below are estimated delivery times by the USPS and are not guaranteed.

$2.95 - Standard shipping usually takes 2-5 business days.

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$23.95 - Express mail shipping takes 1-2 business days when the order is received M-F before 4PM Eastern time.

Circuit Training

Focus on proper form and reps when you move through a circuit – not the clock. The beep and vibration of the interval timer on the Gymboss interval timers let you know when it is time to move to the next circuit. The Classic is great for most circuit training, while the miniMAX is great for more complex routines allowing you to program multiple, complex circuit training programs and save up to 20 programs with easy recall for future use.

Circuit Training

Focus on proper form and reps when you move through a circuit – not the clock. The beep and vibration of the interval timer on the Gymboss interval timers let you know when it is time to move to the next circuit. The Classic is great for most circuit training, while the miniMAX is great for more complex routines allowing you to program multiple, complex circuit training programs and save up to 20 programs with easy recall for future use.

  • Posted 04-30-2020
    In Workouts & Circuit Training

    Are you stuck at home with nothing more than a Gymboss timer and a single dumbbell to train with? Don’t worry, even with your very spartan gym set-up, you still have everything you need to have a great workout. Not convinced? Give this single dumbbell and bodyweight timed circuit a try! Continue reading →

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  • Posted 02-26-2020
    In Workouts, Weightlifting & Circuit Training

    When it comes to strength training, irrespective of fitness goal, most people organize their workouts the same way – by applying a specific number of sets and reps to a range of exercises. For example, you might do four sets of eight reps, five sets of five reps, or three sets of ten reps. Your chosen set and rep scheme should reflect your goals. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 11-20-2019
    In Workouts, Kettlebell & Circuit Training

    If you've used kettlebells before, then you know how they can help you create an effective and complete full body workout. They are very versatile and can be used in many different ways to produce an unlimited number of different workout programs. And, of course,  it is always fun to try new programs to shake things up both mentally and physically. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 07-11-2015
    In Workouts, HIIT & Circuit Training

    If you ever searched around the internet looking for new workouts to try, you have probably stumbled upon a number of workouts that use a big tire. Using a tire is an excellent way to ramp up your at home workout, as it is a very versatile training tool. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 07-07-2015
    In Workouts, HIIT & Circuit Training

    If you've been following this blog, or own a Gymboss Timer, you probably already know that high intensity interval training is a fun, fast paced way to burn more fat in less time. This 25 minute HIIT workout below combines strength and cardio for an intense, full body burn, and goes perfect with your Gymboss. Continue reading →

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