Your client’s mission, should they choose to accept it, is to take on six different drills. This message will self-destruct in five seconds.
This is a great beginners workout for clients who are just starting out with running. Move around the group and correct running technique as they perform laps of an oval (or running track). They will fairly worn out from the run. The Longest Yard drill will simply be icing on the cake.
This workout was originally designed for a park with lots of lengths of hills, but you could allocate 6 drills a point value each and do the same thing. Clients are two be split into two equally capable groups. One trainer (you will need two trainers) …
This four part workout requires a bench or a low wall that clients can step on.
This workout is another spin on the old 300 rep scheme which were popular after the ‘300’ movie came out.
This is a fast and fun game you can add to any warm up.
Got a battling rope and a park or streets to run around? Take your team for a Rope Run.
This four station circuit works best with small teams on each station.
A great warm up for when you didn’t quite get everything set up before your client’s arrived.
EMOM stands for Every Minute On the Minute. It means that a round of exercises starts each minute. E3MOM means Every 3 Minutes On the Minute mark. This workout requires teams to complete a drill every 3 minutes.
A complex is series of exercises full body exercises completed with no rest in between, usually with the same piece of equipment. This one is great for the end of a medicine ball workout.
This workout blends conditioning work with high powered sprints. It requires lots of intensity and lots of rest.
This workout is a simple strength workout done in pairs. Don’t let the low reps fool you, this workout is tough!
This is about as basic as circuit workouts come. However one little tweak to how campers change stations plus regular and advanced reps means it works for all levels and makes a great workout.
This bodyweight workout required teams of 6 to complete 300 reps of each exercise. It works out to be about 50 reps for each person of 10 different exercises.
This bodyweight finisher uses only plank and push ups and gets harder each round.
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.
I’ve put together this workout that gives your clients plenty of sprints while in a challenging workout environment. This will keep them focused on what they are doing rather than allowing their minds to wander.
Unless you run very specific group sessions, most clients just want better quality of life. That means a bit stronger, a few less kilos of fat, less out of breath and more flexible. This warm up drill helps our clients increase their mobility.