Three Person Circuit A 3-person circuit only has 3 stations. One station is the timekeeper station. You can set up the stations in a triangle or in 3 lines. Sort the campers into teams of 3 (one on each station) and have them compete to finish 3 rounds …
3-Person Drills Clients split into groups of three. Two clients will box (one boxing, one holding pads) while the other performs a 200–400m run. Once the client running returns to the boxers, clients rotate around: the boxer becomes the runner, the run …
Set Up Split your class into teams of 4. You will need one battling rope per team. If you don’t have enough ropes start some teams on the rep challenges and others on the relay. If you do, all groups start on the rope relay, then do a rep challenge, th …
The 3 Person Circuit: One person does a strength exercise for a set number of reps (eg. 20 Squats), the next person does an isometric or active rest exercise (eg. an Isometric Squat) and the third person does a cardio exercise (eg. Shuttle Runs). The g …
In this workout, teams compete in 6 different drills to be the fastest to finish. This makes for a great friendly competitive workout.
Set Up Split the group into teams of four. Use the Quick and Dirty method to quickly sort them into teams of similar fitness level. Teams will compete to complete the list of exercises below first. The must complete the exercises in the order written. …
Want your clients to work harder on their sprints? This fun game will do the trick (followed by a Chipper for good measure).
This workout’s exercises are all inspired by Super Mario Brothers. Enjoy!
PPLC stands for Push, Pull, Lunge and Core, the cornerstone of any balanced workout. In this workout we use these movements work on our camper’s strength.
A Decathlon is an Olympic event with 10 exercises. This workout is – you guessed it – a workout that challenges campers to complete 10 exercises.
Do your clients have poor squats? They probably have weak glutes. Try this workout as a way to start getting them stronger.
This is a new way to use the big field at your park and get your campers running.
Need a new boxing workout? This one has 4 simple drills that all boxing levels can do.
This workout is a great way to get your clients to practice their skipping.
Six missions, 25 minutes, can your teams complete each mission twice?
Try out this multi-round spin on the school yard game ‘rob the nest’.
You’ll need dumbbells and kettlebells for this workout, but it makes for a great partner strength workout.
Grab some tennis balls and get your campers competing in this spin off of lawn bowls.
This is your standard team AMRAP. It doesn’t need anything new to give your clients a fantastic workout.
This drill is simple but sneaks up on you. Use an oval or field if you have it. Set out a run distance (300-500m) with cones. Clients will need a set of dumbbells each. The Drill Clients aim is to run as far as possible during this workout. Between lap …