There are 4 stations in this workout, x2 long and x2 short. Imagine a rectangle, there are two stations on the ends and two down the sides.
Take two exercises, work on them individually and together as a superset.
A challenging combo of strength, core and cardio using 6 mini circuits in 1 big circuit.
This is a collection of six 3 minute drills which can be used for an entire workout or pick 1 or two to use as finishers.
This is a 10+ minute finisher drill or it could serve as the base of a complete workout if you add additional exercises to it. (see examples) 2 minutes to win it!
This drill involves 1 dumbbell being transferred from one side of the body to another ~ great for activating the core as power transfers from limbs through the torso. Clients will need a single light, medium and heavy weight option to use for each exercise.
Introducing a slight twist on the AMRAP theme. Set a timer to go off every 2 mins. Each time the alarm sounds, participants stop counting reps on their current exercise and go for a 200m run immediately followed by 10 sit ups
This circuit consists of 6 exercise combos working the whole body.
Each 4mins is broken down into 1min strength / 2mins Tabata / 1min strength targetting the same muscle group for the lot.
Heart pumping and core crying 45 min. workout.
A circuit that combines strength and a travelling cardio drill performed as a superset.
8 epic stations, each with 3 exercises. You’ll need all of your equipment for this one. Great for big and small groups alike.
Use this warm up with a few exercise bands when you’re short on time.
This is thoracic-chain and lower body focused interval workout.
Inspired by the fitness classes of old, this session uses intervals and dumbbells/barbells to work the entire upper body.
Short and sweet AMRAPs will give your clients a great session, followed up by some dedicated core work.
Get ready to pull out all of your equipment! This circuit has 24 (!) stations – no repeating of exercises.
A five station AMRAP workout that works great as a full body session.
Got 1 dumbbell? Then you’ve got a circuit and/or a finisher for sure! This drill uses 1 single weight to work multiple muscle groups!