A combination of both a boxing and strength accumulating circuit in one!
Boost your biceps with this one, about a 50 min workout with warmup and cooldown.
Tone and Tighten like a boxer. Get in a Total Body Cardio workout with great Upper Body DB workout. Don’t forget to twist and pivot for those chiseled abs 😜
This Drill can be used for warm-up using mobility exercises or for a finisher using more intense exercises. It’s a simple format of :20 seconds switches for 2 minutes without rest (3 x :20:20). My sample sets are listed below, but you can use any 2 exercises that are similar with a flawless transition between the two exercises.
This is a challenging cardio circuit workout with each circuit lasting 2 minutes long.
The name of the game is Ganzenbord (Geeseboard), a traditional Dutch game from the 16th Century. And it’s been turned into a bootcamp workout.
This workout is inspired by the song of the same title: wanting to rest, having to rush, needing to get paid. Rock out to the Bangles and keep the dream of the 80s alive in your next Monday workout!
This drill combines a range of exercises and reps to make it a great all round workout!
A very simple team warm up that’s perfect for any running workout.
A great little 10 minute drill to take clients from cool to all out sprints.
Throw out the timer for this one. This is tabata where your clients set the time.
Two teams must compete to finish their drill first!
This simple accumulator workout uses a combo of core strength exercises and gradually increasing runs to work your camper’s endurance levels.
Tabata stripped back to the basics. Use these exercises or your own carefully picked ones. Remember: your clients will loathe them by the end.
One rope per team, that person’s the time keeper. The rest of the team have to keep going until they get back.
This partner based boxing workout includes a lot of variety to make the session fly by.
Travelling exercises in partners makes this workout great.
Like the school yard game, the object of this game is to make it to square number 1.
Another great I Go You Go drill where the rest gets longer but the exercises get harder.