This is a fun workout leaving the number of sets in the hands of the dice roller.
Got tons of equipment and space? Try out this team pacemaker drill that keeps everyone moving and shaking.
This is a great team effort workout that blends strength, core work and cardio into a triple threat.
Grab all your equipment and make a team for a workout that does everything but stand still.
4 stations of HIIT style intervals. Can you handle it?
Six stations, six exercises, 10 rounds of non-stop metabolic madness.
Tackle this core focused circuit that injects heart rate climbing cardio in between each exercise.
This drill puts cardio and core into a superset, splitting the core exercise on both side for some unilateral strength and stability.
If you want a lower body workout that still keeps the rest of the body involved, look no further.
Combine static exercises with traveling exercises and we’ve all got a winner with this rep ladder drill.
Got lots of equipment to spare? Take on this team pacemaker drill for a ride.
Shuttle together, AMRAP alone with this partner vs. solo strength combo drill.
This drill is an AMRAP style (As Many Rounds as Possible) strength workout that attacks the body from every direction.
It may seem simple, but these strength sets are meant to go slow and controlled to work on balance, core control and single-side strength.
Combine the power of core and cardio into these high intensity interval supersets.
This full body workout broken into Push/Pull/Lower and Core segments is awesome if you have very little space.
Only the boot camper on the timekeeper station in this circuit drill has the power to move everyone.
If the name hasn’t caught your attention, then the drills of this Tabata style workout will.
Another method of using the Five Rounds Fit template with intervals.