These drills are designed to celebrate client birthdays and make them feel challenged and appreciated on their special day!
This Drill can be used for warm-up using mobility exercises or for a finisher using more intense exercises. It’s a simple format of :20 seconds switches for 2 minutes without rest (3 x :20:20). My sample sets are listed below, but you can use any 2 exercises that are similar with a flawless transition between the two exercises.
Another great I Go You Go drill where the rest gets longer but the exercises get harder.
Campers mix agility & coordination with strength & cardio! This three-part drill may be combined, or used in pieces as part of a warm-up.
When you want to work the core without the crunches, this 4 exercise circuit is a great alternative!
A quick KILLER. The burn here is real! Have campers push through as fast as they can with proper form.
This is a fast paced cardio routine that could be incorporated into a longer workout or used as a ‘nasty, but nice’ finisher.
Burnout those legs with these two exercises!
I feel the need. The need for speed. Challenge your campers will increasing and decreasing sprint efforts.
Your campers won’t be able to resist this partner running drill.
This is a 15 minute spin on the EMOM format – working for 90 seconds instead of each minute.
Win with this cardio pyramid – it’s only 6 rounds, but it gets in!
My clients no longer speak to me after doing this HIIT leg day, Tabata style drill! Luckily, they still come to class, so we’re all good.
The workout is determined by the deal of the cards. This can be a finisher or extended into a longer workout. Perfect for virtual classes.
This is the workout that will keep on giving for days!!
Plank until you can’t – then GO with the dumbells. Then plank again until you can’t!
Your campers will be falling like Dominos by the end of this BootCraft 5th Birthday competition entry!
My campers love to hate this one. We do it on Leg Day as a finisher and no one is standing after!
Roll up! Roll up! The way you climb this pyramid is in the luck of the dice roll.