Working in ‘uneven fitness level” pairs, partners help one another to get through a MONSTER load of reps.
Working in ‘uneven fitness level” pairs can be a great workout for both. It is usually a workout that will really push your fittest members as they tend to do more reps to help their partner. You could use this warm-up idea whenever you need to create these kind of pairs.
Clients play “Cheese and Crackers” game, shouting words simultaneously and performing exercises based on their responses. First to 10 wins.
The workout consists of part 1: partner shuttles with increasing push-ups, and part 2: three timed rounds of paired exercises including plank, push-ups, burpees, and mountain climbers.
If you’ve already got your Medicine Balls out for a workout, you might as well use them in your warm up too.
Try this partner workout when you need something simple and easy to follow.
Campers pair up or fly solo in order to complete this list 20 exercises. Then comes the puzzle…
A simple workout of 10 fun partner exercises.
Get back to basics with this simple 8 station circuit. Instead of changing the exercises, we’re going to change how each round is timed.
A very simple workout of 3 rounds. 60 seconds, 40 seconds and a final round of 20.
A simple little team warm up to get clients moving and thinking.
Try this simple set of mobility exercises when you need a quick warm up to fall back on.
A great little 10 minute drill to take clients from cool to all out sprints.
Travelling exercises in partners makes this workout great.
Another great I Go You Go drill where the rest gets longer but the exercises get harder.
In this I Go You Go workout, partners spend 2 minutes per station working hard.
Get your campers practicing their kettlebell swings in this partner relay workout.
The ‘ratchet’, in it’s simplest form, is a couple of exercises done as an ascending superset. This has an overload effect on the muscles which is good for building muscular endurance and size.
Got some space to move but wet grass? This series of running drills will help. (Great for running groups too!)