Get your boxing and cardio fix with these hardcore combinations.
Boxers have a lot of cardio to do while Pad Holders have to have a core of steel.
Burpees and runs, everyone’s favorite.
Grab a buddy and head to the “backyard” for this boxing and cardio mashup.
Don’t let dark winter hours slow down your boot campers. Have campers bring a headlight to maneuver through the park to complete the drill.
A simple yet super effective finisher to end class with an increased heart rate!
Three’s a charm with this boxing and core/cardio mash up.
Set Up Split your class into teams of 4. You will need one battling rope per team. If you don’t have enough ropes start some teams on the rep challenges and others on the relay. If you do, all groups start on the rope relay, then do a rep challenge, th …
This is a new way to use the big field at your park and get your campers running.
This high intensity cardio style workout is best saved for those days where you really want to push your campers to their limits.
Set up some cones and get your clients running some different kinds of shuttles. A great running workout for a small space.
In this drill clients will split into groups of four. Each group should have two pairs. One pair of beginners and one pair of advanced campers (or two pairs of intermediate campers). One pair will begin by going on a run that should take around 2 minut …
This workout is a great way to use the various paths and hills in your park. The variety of it makes the running aspect less grueling for your campers.
This is a great beginners workout for clients who are just starting out with running. Move around the group and correct running technique as they perform laps of an oval (or running track). They will fairly worn out from the run. The Longest Yard drill will simply be icing on the cake.
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) …
Got a battling rope and a park or streets to run around? Take your team for a Rope Run.
This is about as basic as circuit workouts come. However one little tweak to how campers change stations plus regular and advanced reps means it works for all levels and makes a great workout.