Every kind of drill, all rolled into one workout.
Let’s play a game … where all exercise reps total 21, either added together or on their own.
Learn to move your feet like a boxer in this 3×5 boxing drill.
A boxing workout incorporating some kicks and knees. It may start off slowly but increases pretty quickly.
Just like the Beatles say, you’ll ‘get by with a little help from my friends’ in this small group chipper.
Partners need a medicine ball to tackle this horseshoe shaped strength circuit.
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 boxing drill works great for all fitness levels. As the title suggests, every boxing combo builds up from the start to finish. Each workout gets harder as you go on.
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.
Got giant dice? Use them in this tricky combo Partner EMOM drill.
Give those glutes a run for their money with this finisher drill.
You’ll need a a pair of willing boot campers and a rower to hop through this cardio finisher.
This EMOM drill works the lower body nonstop with a kettlebell and a 6-sided die.
Its a ladder drill with a bonus. It’ll take a roll of the dice to find out what it is.
Grab a partner and try your luck with a draw of a card bodyweight workout.
Move quickly and jab your way through these boxing intervals.
Big equipment calls for big movements in this partner strength circuit.
This 3-team boxing and running circuit packs quite a punch.