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 is a combination of cardio drills completed for 10 Seconds per exercise. Use as a warm up or finisher drill.
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.
Jingle all the way to tired legs with this drill than can be a warm up or finisher.
3 Tabatas, just one exercise each. Have fun!
Take it to the core and warm up with these moves.
This is a full body warm-up done in 30s intervals with 15s between each interval. Increase difficulty by having them do the exercise that comes after the /. You can extend this warm up into a full workout by splitting the exercises into Core and Streng …
This warm up was created specifically for the Strength Drill Circuit workout but can be used for any workout.
Super simple and quick warm up for when you don’t have much space.
A popular baby shower game, boot camp style.
A few ideas for mixing up a tradiitonal warm up run for your boot campers.
This warm up will help get your campers into the boxing ‘zone’ by reacting quickly to your commands and practicing their footwork.
One of Kyle’s go-to warm ups.
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 …
This quick warm up is inspired by the Red Light, Green Light game.
Get the blood flowing with this moving and grooving warm up.
This warm up progressively gets harder as boot campers get … warmer.
Learn a little nutrition while your boot campers warm up. Guess which foods are more protein-iful!