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?
Work that functional fitness with a wealth of equipment and pure strength (and maybe some will) to get it all done.
This drill puts cardio and core into a superset, splitting the core exercise on both side for some unilateral strength and stability.
Get your campers into pairs. The goal of this workout is for campers to build a new gym for you. To do this, each team will need a copy of the Gym Template (attached). They will need to complete exercises in order to build the walls, roof and floor of …
Work a little bit of everything with these upper and lower body supersets.
Have you met my friend, Gerald? (He’s a battle rope. He’s likes long walks and want to meet your friends.)
Another method of using the Five Rounds Fit template with intervals.
It’s a mad dash to get through this partner based time ladder circuit, with a few tyre races for the final sprint.
Run boot campers through this obstacle course style AMRAP, using a traveling exercise to get to each station.
Inspired by rugby, boot campers must work as a team and work as individuals to give the maximum effort!
In this workout the traditional circuit timing is flipped on its head ie. the work/rest ratio is switched: meaning the rest for longer than the work!
This follows a very simple concept, where one person works while their partner rests. The goal is to complete 100 reps together.
5 rounds of supersets! In the last round, choose one exercise out of the set to finish off the workout.
Circle up and pass the exercise along for this interval based workout!
Work together and no one sweats alone. Tie your boot campers together with 1 rope per team and this accumulator drill.
Pair boot campers up for this pacemaker station workout.
While staring absentmindedly at a picture of the Australian flag over the Australia Day weekend I had the idea for this workout.
Grab a rope and a group of 3 for this sprinting drill.