A simple little team warm up to get clients moving and thinking.
Teams race to get cones, little do they know the colour of the cone they get will choose which exercise they do.
Have some fun with your bootcampers with this group fitness version of the classic Snakes and Ladders game.
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.
Two teams must compete to finish their drill first!
It’s tag (or tiggy for those in Australia) but walking style. The goal is to get everyone out.
Like the school yard game, the object of this game is to make it to square number 1.
Here’s a unique spin on Hot Potato for virtual sessions! This unique game works best for a group that’s not too large. Everyone must give permission to use their phone number in advance, and everyone must bring their phone to class!
How quickly can your teams Edit and Contain their colour?!
Scavenger Hunt Bunny Style! How many eggs can each team HOP to?
Celebrate Easter by leading your campers through a circuit then letting them pick an Easter surprise (although the same workout could be done with the eggs at any time of year)!
These bonnets won’t look pretty – but this is a pretty funny way to end an Easter themed bootcamp session!
Kids games are great workouts when you add in some extras. Fun warmup or cooldown!
Campers mix agility & coordination with strength & cardio! This three-part drill may be combined, or used in pieces as part of a warm-up.
Whose team will get rid of all 10 counters first in this whole body drill?
Inspired by the card game, your campers will be working hard for their team and hoping they get the lucky draw!
Great game workout to break the ice. Mind and body workout for a great recovery day.
A bootcamp take on the popular word game Wordle – will your campers guess the word in six attempts or less?!
Which team will find the pot of gold at the end of their rainbows in this team building challenge?