Approximate sessions run:
Battle Rope Workout
Each team works together to complete 9 awesome group exercises.
In this fitness test the goal is to complete as many 200m runs out of 15 as possible with these drills mixed in between.
Simple Strength Circuit
Get back to basics with this simple 8 station circuit. Instead of changing the exercises, we’re going to change how each round is timed.
Full Body Blast
A very simple workout of 3 rounds. 60 seconds, 40 seconds and a final round of 20.
One Way Boxing Circuit
Here’s a 30-40 minute boxing circuit that’s great for your experienced boxers.
Why settle for one circuit when you can have three? This workout includes plenty of variety.
A simple little team warm up to get clients moving and thinking.
Teams race to get cones, little do they know the colour of the cone they get will choose which exercise they do.
Mobility Warm Up
Try this simple set of mobility exercises when you need a quick warm up to fall back on.
Glove Pick Up
This warm up is a nice one to add to the start of your boxing warm up, but it also works for any kind of workout that requires campers to have their own equipment.
Snakes & Ladders
Have some fun with your bootcampers with this group fitness version of the classic Snakes and Ladders game.
The name of the game is Ganzenbord (Geeseboard), a traditional Dutch game from the 16th Century. And it’s been turned into a bootcamp workout.
All Round Chipper
This drill combines a range of exercises and reps to make it a great all round workout!
Simple Circle Warm Up
A very simple team warm up that’s perfect for any running workout.
05 minutes, 10 minutes
A great little 10 minute drill to take clients from cool to all out sprints.
Self Timed Tabata #2
Throw out the timer for this one. This is tabata where your clients set the time.
Bodyweight, Intervals, Running
Two teams must compete to finish their drill first!
This simple accumulator workout uses a combo of core strength exercises and gradually increasing runs to work your camper’s endurance levels.
Tabata stripped back to the basics. Use these exercises or your own carefully picked ones. Remember: your clients will loathe them by the end.
One rope per team, that person’s the time keeper. The rest of the team have to keep going until they get back.
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