This workout uses several drills that are 200m apart.
Assign clients into three fitness level groups, level 3 is the hardest level through to level 1 being the easiest. For the fitness test, campers must complete the series of exercises as fast as possible. Record their time when they finish the final exe …
This bootcamp workout is a traditional circuit with a little more running involved. This workout is good to use if you have a large variance in fitness levels. Your less fit clients have a balanced shot at finishing the round first.
This three station circuit requires a large space and at least four clients. It’s a great way to work some running into a basic circuit.
This drill has three rounds. Each round campers do five ball throws and then bear crawl back, rolling their ball along the ground in front of them.
This is a great beginners workout for clients who are just starting out with running. Move around the group and correct running technique as they perform laps of an oval (or running track). They will fairly worn out from the run. The Longest Yard drill will simply be icing on the cake.
Got a battling rope and a park or streets to run around? Take your team for a Rope Run.
EMOM stands for Every Minute On the Minute. It means that a round of exercises starts each minute. E3MOM means Every 3 Minutes On the Minute mark. This workout requires teams to complete a drill every 3 minutes.
This is the kind of workout where you just need to explain it once at the start of the workout and then unleash your clients on it (provided you have a whiteboard for clients to refer to). This leaves you to actually coach your clients and motivate them, rather then explaining and demonstrating the next thing.
Got some tyres (tires) and ropes lying around? Set up this series of drills for your clients to complete in teams. An awesome self-paced workout.