This workout has a built in 1:2 work/rest ratio. The long rests means your clients can work harder during the work periods.
Got some marker cones? Grab some paper, scissors and sticky tape and try this workout out.
This giant circuit is inspired by the board game Monopoly. The pair or individual to complete the most laps of the board win!
This workout is great for a rainy day, quite literally. It takes up next to no space and the tyres and ropes can be replaced with kettlebells, dumbbells, sandbags or whatever else you have lying around.
Split your campers into two teams. Using one rope each, teams must aim to be the first to reach 150 slams (or a number that makes sense for your group). Clients can do a max. of 5 slams before they must swap with a team mate. Waiting team mates hold a …
For something a little different in your boxing workouts, try this drill that requires groups of three.
This drill is all about working those important pulling muscles.
This quick little finisher is great if you’ve just used dumbbells or kettlebells at your workout.
Set Up The night or day before you run this workout, take your deck of cards and sort them into 5 piles. Put all of the face cards and jokers in the first pile. Each of the remaining for piles should contain the Ace through 10 of just one suit. You nee …
This speedy team drill works well as a warm up or a quick finisher when your session accidentally finishes early.
Got tyres, battle ropes and medicine balls? Then try this drill.
Tony Stark has a lot of money so the Iron Man workout involves a lot of repetitions.
With some tyres and ropes you can put on this epic workout for your clients. It involves 6 different, interesting drills which will get your clients working hard without even realising it.
This chipper style workout lets less fit clients get some help from the fitter clients in the group.
This three station circuit requires a large space and at least four clients. It’s a great way to work some running into a basic circuit.
This workout works like a giant 3 station drill circuit and mainly focuses on sprints.
This workout has teams using a car tyre (or something like a kettlebell) as a ‘baton’ as they complete circuits in a relay fashion.
Your client’s mission, should they choose to accept it, is to take on six different drills. This message will self-destruct in five seconds.
This workout was originally designed for a park with lots of lengths of hills, but you could allocate 6 drills a point value each and do the same thing. Clients are two be split into two equally capable groups. One trainer (you will need two trainers) …