Keep Your Programmes Fresh
Variety keeps your bootcamp workouts fun and challenging. It’s important to update your programmes to keep clients motivated and interested in achieving their fitness goals.
But we admit, it can be difficult, even for seasoned trainers, to come up with fresh ideas for large and small group workouts. Muscle groups can only do so much, after all.
We created this library of workout videos to help you develop new ideas for group bootcamp workouts. We present new combinations and modifications of movements to break away from monotony. There are fun ideas for group exercises; some even require no equipment.
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Create Unlimited Bootcamp Workouts
We show you how to combine different bootcamp styles to create virtually endless workout varieties, so you never have to repeat the same workout.
Create Boxing Drills with Uneven Numbers
We demonstrate 4 drills for boxing classes with an uneven number of students. It helps you handle boxing sessions, no matter the number of clients.
Create New Exercise for Your Circuit Training
We show new exercises for circuit training with 20 different activities done in 20 minutes. This training features 4 stations: ladder, skipping rope, medicine ball, and body weight exercises.
Use a Musical Finisher
We show you how to use a musical finisher to wrap up your personal training sessions. Let’s make those final sets more fun as your clients cross the finish line.
Who Let the Dogs Out” as a Bootcamp Finisher
“Who Let the Dogs Out” is one of our favourite finishers for group trainings. We’ll show you how to use it to finish your bootcamp with a bang.
Use New Boxing Combinations for Bootcamps
We demonstrate 3 new boxing combinations for your bootcamp or group training sessions. These moves will be an instant hit for your programme.
Use a 5-Round Accumulator Boxing Workout
We show you how to perform the 5-round boxing accumulator, which adds different layers of movement every round to make the session more interesting.
Perform the EMOM Boxing Workout
We demonstrate how to perform EMOM boxing, which stands for Every Minute On the Minute. This is ideal for group fitness, bootcamp and even PT sessions.
Do the 30-in-30 Circuit Workout
Keep small and large groups interested and motivated with the 30-in-30 workout. The trainer doesn’t have to do a lot of explaining or use a lot of equipment.
Perform Strength Endurance Circuit Training
We’ll show you a cool variation of a standard circuit: the Strength Endurance Circuit. You can use this for a large group with 4 different stations.
Skill Up and Keep Up
It’s one thing to learn fresh routines and bootcamp warm-up games; it’s another to learn the newest fitness education developments. Apart from updating your sessions, we encourage you to update your knowledge base, as well, so you can teach your clients advanced techniques. You’ll be able to craft nuanced training sessions.
Your certificates go beyond bootcamp games. They will set you apart from the saturated online fitness market and foster trust among your clients.