Hiit It & Quiit It #3
A full 30 minute workout for short bootcamp sessions – use it over and over.
Hiit It & Quiit It #2
4 different rounds with 4 different interval timings. A great workout template for all groups.
All clients will need for this unique workout is a towel.
Hiit It & Quiit It #1
Some bodyweight fun that can be done indoors or outdoors!
The Devil’s Run
What happens when you combine a hill workout with the number of the beast? This.
Bodyweight, Intervals, Running
Timed Pyramid Workout
Stations consist of 3 exercises put into a timed pyramid and performed as a superset with another station.
Strength Superset with Run
This workout focuses on the strength component but with an added run each round.
3 Exercises 2 Formats
Simple explanation and simple format for our cold dark winter nights (BC Canada). The same 3 exercises are used in two different formats HIIT and AMRAP. I have 4 sample sets listed inside.
Bodyweight, Circuit, Intervals
Quite simply a Medball and Kettlebell core circuit.
S+C Line Circuit
Perform strength, slow and strong and then move to a Tabata cardio blast!
Draw Your Own Ladder
No need to buy a bunch of agility ladders, this drill uses chalk instead!
A combination of both a boxing and strength accumulating circuit in one!
Boost your biceps with this one, about a 50 min workout with warmup and cooldown.
2 Minutes of Crazy
This is a challenging cardio circuit workout with each circuit lasting 2 minutes long.
All Round Chipper
This drill combines a range of exercises and reps to make it a great all round workout!
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.
60 Total Circuit
2 exercises per station. 1 core. 1 lower body. 60 reps total. Go!
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.
The Transporter #2
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 …