Bootcamp Ideas and Outdoor Fitness Classes!

Team Lunge Day
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This activity is a team vs team challenge using a combo of lunge walks and a run. The challenge will test the endurance of your team as they attempt to lunge walk with sprints in-between to win the competition. Class … Read More
Exercise Demonstration: Pike and Walking Push Up Combo
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Exercise Demonstration: Pike and Walking Push Up Combo  
Amazing Race
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Challenge your time to find answers to trivia about your area! Create a question sheet, and then go for it! Try and complete as many points as possible. Class Type: Competition Intensity: 3+ Class Concept: The idea is to split … Read More
Beach of Pain
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This is a simple 3 person circuit conducted on a beach ideally on the soft sand. One person is doing a 30 second suicide (shuttle variant) run along the soft sand, the second person undertaking muscular power (MP) exercise, the … Read More
Rope Run In The Park
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This is a run with the rope where the class has to complete specific rounds. Each round participants as a team carrying a rope complete one exercise as a team as quickly as possible within the 60 second working period … Read More
Accumulator Fitness Test
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This is an individual challenge/fitness test where participates complete as many rounds as possible (AMRAP) of four static exercises and shuttle run within 40 minutes. The number of reps of each static exercise increases by one repetition each round. Noting … Read More
Tabata Mondays – Bootcamp #17
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Another one from our Tabata series for your Bootcamp. This workout goes back to basics with Tabata training: Eight rounds of 20 seconds training followed by 10 seconds rest. The aim is to do one exercise for the eight rounds … Read More
Exercise Demonstration: Toyota Lunge Combo
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Exercise Demonstration: Toyota Lunge Combo  
Bootcamp Mastermind
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A great little circuit based on the board game from the 80s/90s. The codes for each round are made up of colour cones placed down in the correct order. The number of sets is up to the instructor and the … Read More