This is a fun warm up that you can change to make your own depending on your class it is meant to be a funny social distancing class but you can do through Zoom as well.
Only time will tell if you get a wheel of fortune in this drill that finishes strong.
This drill uses the agility of basketball dribbling and the power of “air shooting” a basketball. Whether or not the Trainer gets the ball in the basket is the deciding factor for the next move.
A timed game of exercise BINGO using COVID for the letters.
Your ZOOM screen becomes a GRID where the participants screens are the CELLS. Based on random selection of CELLS, your participants will become a timer for the rest of the group.
Let’s play a game … where all exercise reps total 21, either added together or on their own.
This is a variation on the warm up drill you may have seen floating around. Heads, shoulders, knees and cones.
Use this dice finisher to get groups to work together for most points to win.
Have some big kid boot camp fun and build a strong snowman.
Roll the dice and keep adding to this accumulator drill.
Its a ladder drill with a bonus. It’ll take a roll of the dice to find out what it is.
Teams roll the dice to rack up the most points while completing the tasks coupled with the number rolled!
A popular baby shower game, boot camp style.
The classic deck of cards workouts with two twists: teams and fitness levels.
Set up 4 cones in a large rectangle. Think 4 corners of a basketball court size. Add pile of bandanas (other ideas– tennis balls, beanbags, etc) to center of square. Count off by 4’s and each number takes a corner. That is their HOMEBASE. Each corne …
Better have your footwork on point to win this game of Tic Tac Toe!
Can your team survive this might bootcamp survivor challenge? Time will tell.
Set Up When I ran this I had 20 people in 5 groups. Mark out a big circle as a running track (or the board of the game!). Write 6 cards with lists of exercises on that the group must complete as a team – they can allocate the exercises as they please b …
This quick warm up is inspired by the Red Light, Green Light game.