Use equipment you have to cater or replace exercises with ones that suit you and your group. How It Works 3 drills, 3 exercises in each drill. Perform each exercise for 7 reps, then Run 1 lap (approximately 50–100m) then repeat exercises and run for 7 …
5 stations that combine strength endurance with intervals to get the most bang for your buck.
Test your boot campers strength with this ladder drill that combines power and cardio like no other.
It’s no walk in the park for this 3 station strength circuit drill.
This is a fun and challenging game that can be changed up to fit the current holiday. We’ll use Easter for explanation.
Work as a team to complete the ultimate I GO YOU GO exercise circuit.
Got tons of equipment and space? Try out this team pacemaker drill that keeps everyone moving and shaking.
Grab a buddy and head to the “backyard” for this boxing and cardio mashup.
Got a lot of boot campers and not a lot of space? Give this minimal equipment grid workout a try.
A hefty combination of boxing and strength to pull every ounce of sweat out of your boot campers.
If you want a lower body workout that still keeps the rest of the body involved, look no further.
Shuttle together, AMRAP alone with this partner vs. solo strength combo drill.
Combine the power of core and cardio into these high intensity interval supersets.
Make it even with this strength ladder that increases by 2 reps every round. Don’t forget the Burpee Run inbetween each round!
This burpee-filled circuit makes for some sweaty intervals, along with modifications for post-natal friendly exercises.
What better way to be a better you with a little help from a partner?
A fun strength and cardio drill with a little bit of teamwork and an element of surprise.
Have you met my friend, Gerald? (He’s a battle rope. He’s likes long walks and want to meet your friends.)
Make it through 4 rounds of upper body strength with a run in between to shake it up.