Get your campers moving with increasing laps around the gym. Those that finish early get to do an extra round with Burpees.
Hoard your exercises in this sneaky accumulator
The harder you work in this AMRAP, the harder you’ll get to work in the ladders
Work on cardio endurance with strength in the same circuit.
Each rounds gets easier before it gets harder again!
Set Up Write the ladder up on a board or share with participants before class. They will need a bench, step or sturdy chair. How it Works Main Drill Do 2 of each exercise, then 50 High Knees (or March) Do 4 of each exercise, then 50 High Knees Keep inc …
Work your way through this simple rep ladder drill to finish with a high intensity bang.
One exercise goes down and the other goes up in this EMOM finisher.
Its a ladder drill with a bonus. It’ll take a roll of the dice to find out what it is.
This simple IGOUGO ladder drill makes for a great finisher when you’re in a pinch.
Talk about a killer countdown when the Push Up count is this massive!
Have you seen Burpee Hell Part 1? If it wasn’t dirty enough, check out Part 2.
Boot campers get to choose their own fate with this simple strength accumulator.
At least there is a partner in crime for this ascending AMRAP bodyweight drill.
This ladder drill leaves it up to the boot camper to decide their fate. Rather, the rep count for each circuit to complete!
It’s no walk in the park for this 3 station strength circuit drill.
This is a simple AMRAP type workout that goes down in time and exercises per round. You can use any exercises you choose.
Make it even with this strength ladder that increases by 2 reps every round. Don’t forget the Burpee Run inbetween each round!
A take on French contrast training, done with a partner: a descending strength ladder coupled with an ascending plyometric one.