Play your luck with a draw of a card in this fun boxing drill.
Partner up and make it through 11 rounds of boxing/strength/cardio moves, if they can …
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.
Only the boot camper on the timekeeper station in this circuit drill has the power to move everyone.
Take on this chipper drill that reducing the number of exercise reps while increasing the distance of runs.
Want your clients to work harder on their sprints? This fun game will do the trick (followed by a Chipper for good measure).
This is a team based running workout that involves two different running and exercise challenges.
This interval drill involves working hard for 4 minutes, then resting for a minute.
This combination of the game Musical Chairs and bootcamp (plus wildcards!) will make for a fun workout!
This workout is a twist on the usual EMOM circuit with the exercises changing on the odd, even, 5 and 10 minute marks. At 30 minutes it makes for a tough workout.
Tony Stark has a lot of money so the Iron Man workout involves a lot of repetitions.
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.
A Decathlon is an Olympic event which involves 10 track and field events. In this workout we are going to complete 10 different strength exercises.
A Chipper workout involves ‘chipping’ away at a list of exercises. Participants chip away until all repetitions are done.
An accumulator drill gets gradually more and more difficult as clients progress through the rounds. In Round 1 clients do just execise number 1. In Round 2 clients do exercises number 1 and 2, Round 3 numbers 1, 2 and 3 and so on.
The 30-20-10 drill involves doing a circuit three times. On the first time round complete 30 reps of each exercise, the second time around 20 reps of each exercise and the third time around just 10 reps of each exercise. Bookend this drill with a warm up, a game and a finisher for a great workout.