A quick set of banded exercises to do before or after a strength workout.
Use this warm up with a few exercise bands when you’re short on time.
If you’ve already got your Medicine Balls out for a workout, you might as well use them in your warm up too.
Got access to treadmills? Try this running warm up.
Sometimes simple is better. This is a quick 10 minute warm up to get ready for a sessions with lot’s of running.
This quick card game uses shadow boxing and balls to get everyone ready for your workout.
A simple warm up game involving memorising pictures and drawing them for the group.
Teams aim to roll their six-sided die as many times as possible to win. The only catch is, the higher the number, the more running and reps.
This is a short finisher drill which could be made to last longer with multiple sets. Group of 4-8 participants in a circle with 1 medicine ball of acceptable weight for all. PAY ATTENTION as the medicine ball will be coming your way for various drills. Heads up!
Everyone holds a squat until some names the right tune!
In this short simple bookend drill, red cards mean reps and black cards mean hold it.
Fun warm-up drill that you have complete control over. On my command, you fire!!
Haven’t planned enough drills and need to fill some time? Use this as a back up.
A simple little team warm up to get clients moving and thinking.
Try this simple set of mobility exercises when you need a quick warm up to fall back on.
This warm up is a nice one to add to the start of your boxing warm up, but it also works for any kind of workout that requires campers to have their own equipment.
This Drill can be used for warm-up using mobility exercises or for a finisher using more intense exercises. It’s a simple format of :20 seconds switches for 2 minutes without rest (3 x :20:20). My sample sets are listed below, but you can use any 2 exercises that are similar with a flawless transition between the two exercises.
A very simple team warm up that’s perfect for any running workout.
It’s tag (or tiggy for those in Australia) but walking style. The goal is to get everyone out.