Take two exercises, work on them individually and together as a superset.
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 simple push up challenge is a combination of a cooldown and finisher.
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.
This workout couples 2 strength moves back to back and adds a burst of cardio afterwards with a half Tabata. It can be done in a 1:1 setting, small or large group training, in person or virtually.
This is a super easy format. For this workout I used 6 Exercises per Set with each Set being 9 mins. It’s twice through each Set, and all you do is SWITCH the timing for the 2nd round.
A circuit that combines strength and a travelling cardio drill performed as a superset.
This is thoracic-chain and lower body focused interval workout.
Use this quick finisher to fill the last 10 minutes of any workout that uses dumbbells.
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.
5 exercises. Twice through. All targeting the core and stability systems.
Got access to treadmills? Try this running warm up.
Intervals meets dumbbells and barbells. Fire up some good music and get into it!