Take a Tabata, slice it in half, and fill it with a little meat to make a delicious Tabata sandwich
Sometimes an EMOM drill needs active recovery instead of just recovery.
This is an accumulator style drill. There are 6 tasks to complete.
5 exercises, 1 minute each, 5 rounds. Add on some fun each round.
Not any old EMOM. Each minute adds on a new exercise.
Super quick core intervals to finish off a class!
Conquer each 5 minute interval together as a group. Survive each 4 minute AMRAP alone.
3 rounds. 3 exercises. 3 minutes. The triple threat.
5 rounds of 5 minute lower body strength exercises! Participants keep track of their reps within the time frame.
This is an accumulation finisher, starting with 2 exercises and building on them.
3 Tabatas, just one exercise each. Have fun!
Grab a medicine ball and tackle this alternating 2 minute strength and 45 second cardio drill.
Not your average Tabata for this core finisher.
It’s an attack on the whole body, but then finishes them off with targeted moves.
Put 10 minutes on the clock and let this simple finisher check all the boxes.
This is a full body warm-up done in 30s intervals with 15s between each interval. Increase difficulty by having them do the exercise that comes after the /. You can extend this warm up into a full workout by splitting the exercises into Core and Streng …
these exercises may be only 30 seconds each, but it gets dirty after the first round.
This warm up was created specifically for the Strength Drill Circuit workout but can be used for any workout.
Super simple and quick warm up for when you don’t have much space.