Let the beast out with this partner circuit that brings out the animal is your boot campers.
Complete either 50 or 100 reps of each exercise, with a little 10 rep cardio exercise inbetween. Don’t lose count!
This is a basic add-on warm up using 20 second buzzer intervals to switch exercises, adding on one new exercise each round.
A lower body warm up to get campers moving if preparing for leg day.
Just need a solid warm up to get your campers ready for a big session? This warm up is perfect and can be used again and again and again.
In this finisher game, teams on the 4 corner cones try to challenge the team at the centre cone to become King of the Hill.
Warm it up with a little partner pad work and shuttles.
This easy-to-remember warm up will set your clients up for a great session.
Like the game Musical Chairs but now with… exercises!
Campers try to guess the corner you’re not going to pick. A great one to keep them moving!
Campers work their way through a chipper, choosing between one of two exercises at each stage.
Grab a partner and work through each round. The catch? Freeze every 45 seconds for an exercise hold before resuming the work.
Go around the circle and don’t get caught with the hot potato. Even if you don’t, there is still quite a bit of tossing to be done!
The flip of a coin could determine your fate in this gamble of a warm up drill.
Get dirty with this traveling mixed bag of exercises for a warm up. Make it even dirtier by completing more than one round for a finisher!
A quick game of teamwork to see which team can pass their medicine ball the fastest.
The title says it all. All a boot camper need sis a partner for both moral and physical support.
Rock, Paper, Scissors plus a race to make it around the entire track makes this finisher the ultimate running game.
This warm up game requires coordination and teamwork.