This medball workout has built-in intervals so you can keep your eyes off your stopwatch and on your clients.
This workout is great for when you don’t have enough equipment for your entire group. One circuit uses equipment while the other is bodyweight only. Half the group does one circuit, the other half does the other circuit.
This is the first option of many that you can use for testing your client’s fitness levels.
This giant circuit is inspired by the board game Monopoly. The pair or individual to complete the most laps of the board win!
This workout is great for a rainy day, quite literally. It takes up next to no space and the tyres and ropes can be replaced with kettlebells, dumbbells, sandbags or whatever else you have lying around.
This drill is all about working those important pulling muscles.
Sometimes you just need to forget about fancy workout methods and just Keep It Simple, Stupid (KISS). Take a handful of drills. Put them in a circuit. Demonstrate them and unleash your clients on them.
This is an Olympic themed bootcamp fitness test based on the Pentathlon.
This workout is part of The Avengers workout series. It involves an E30SO30S (Every 30 Seconds On the 30 Seconds mark).
This workout is all about functional and fun bodyweight exercises. Clients will be introduced to several varieties of the bootcamp staple exercises. Exercises will be completed for time in superset fashion.
This drill is a great way to add more pulling movements to your sessions. You will need some suspension trainers like TRX’s or Olympic rings though.
This drill includes three partner exercises that are great for ice breakers and making training a little more challenging.
This drill combines a classic
This workout makes a great introduction to a new round of bootcamp. It gets the campers familiar with many of the key exercises we do at bootcamp and keeps them moving for the full session. The emphasis on this workout is simplicity.
This is a self paced partner workout with a lot of ball slams. You’ll need to push your clients on this one if they are the chatty sort.
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.
When I thought about what I would include in a Hulk bootcamp workout I thought about lots of carrying, slamming and throwing so I decided that I would need to bust out the tyres and ropes for this session.
It’s time to make your circuits more fun. This five station team circuit involves lots of random factors to keep your clients engaged.
Tony Stark has a lot of money so the Iron Man workout involves a lot of repetitions.