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Get your campers practicing their kettlebell swings in this partner relay workout.
The ‘ratchet’, in it’s simplest form, is a couple of exercises done as an ascending superset. This has an overload effect on the muscles which is good for building muscular endurance and size.
Need to get some km’s into your camper’s legs? This one breaks up 200m runs with squats and has 3 different fitness options.
A good old shuttle workout to keep your clients moving and warm on a cold day.
Divide the group randomly into teams of 4 or 5 people of varying fitness levels. Set up one set of cones per team, spaced out at approximately 6m or 7m apart as shown. Each team member has a sandbag with a weight relative to their own fitness level. Yo …
Need something quick to warm up the group at tomorrow’s boxing sesh? Here you go.
Got some space to move but wet grass? This series of running drills will help. (Great for running groups too!)
Running and partner exercises make up this partner finisher.
For this workout you’ll need some Stability Balls. You’ll use these for the entire session to give your campers a unique workout.
Got a group of campers or athletes that are in need of a real challenge? This workout will give them just that. In teams of 4 campers will take on a total of 1,000 reps as fast as possible.
A great workout for when you’ve got 3, 9, 15 or 21 campers at a boxing session.
This is a fitness test that can be used for pre and post testing in a 12 week block.
Want to include sprints but your clients aren’t too keen? This partner sprint workout will get them racing!
This is a great little drill to add when you’ve got some extra time to fill in at the end of class.
This chipper workout just needs a few weights and a whiteboard and you’re all set!
Your campers won’t be able to resist this partner running drill.
Your campers will be caught between a rock and a hard place as they try to conquer this impossible sprint finisher!
A 2 part fitness test measuring strength and running.
A classic bootcamp workout inspired by the baseball diamond.