This workout combines two similar exercises together and each exercise is completed separately. A few sets can bet done as a finisher or add more combinations for a full workout.
It takes two boot campers to get this warm up drill in motion.
This is a variation on the warm up drill you may have seen floating around. Heads, shoulders, knees and cones.
This is meant to kill your clients triceps! Great finisher but super simple. It’s a great one to do on the fly if you’ve done an upper body and really want to smoke their arms or if you’ve done a lot of legs and they deserve a bit of a break. Sometimes I throw this in the middle of a workout when I see they are starting to loose steam in a cardio workout.
This is a combination of cardio drills completed for 10 Seconds per exercise. Use as a warm up or finisher drill.
This can be used as a finisher or, I often like to use finishers as Starters, before the workout begins. Participants must reach 100 Sit Ups together, switching off every 20 seconds.
Jingle all the way to tired legs with this drill than can be a warm up or finisher.
Sometimes an EMOM drill needs active recovery instead of just recovery.
Not any old EMOM. Each minute adds on a new exercise.
Super quick core intervals to finish off a class!
This is an accumulation finisher, starting with 2 exercises and building on them.
3 Tabatas, just one exercise each. Have fun!
Not your average Tabata for this core finisher.
Take it to the core and warm up with these moves.
Grab a partner and try your luck with a draw of a card bodyweight workout.
Get a partner and get down, you’ll be spending 4 minutes on the floor.
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 …
Super simple and quick warm up for when you don’t have much space.
A popular baby shower game, boot camp style.