Cardio Express

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This ‘moving’ circuit is conducted around an oval, where the aim is to have a main group as the ‘train’ and a few people that need to chase it down. The ultimate goal is to ensure everyone gets at least … Read More

Team Box ‘Gladiator’

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Try this HMT Boxercise idea which uses concepts from classes such as Centurion and our Three Person Circuit. Class Type: Boxing Class Intensity: 5 Class Overview: Organise class into teams of three, with each person arranged as conducting one of … Read More

Boxing Repeater

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This is an intense boxing class where your team members race against each other to win the rounds, there is just a small repeater drill in the way! Each time your class finish one of the repeater ladders, they change … Read More

Easter Sesh #3

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This session is very similar to ‘Rob The Nest’ which is an old game played in schools where teams need to steal as many items from each others as possible. This is ideal for small open areas approximately the size … Read More

Tips: How much should I charge? (part 3)

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We often get asked how much to charge for a Bootcamp/Outdoor Fitness lesson, and while there is no ‘one size fits all’ answer, we have a series of posts that will guide you to the best answer for your business. … Read More

Easter Sesh #2

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This is similar to the earlier Easter Sesh #1, but can be tailored to smaller areas for your class. It can also be a great way to celebrate and reward your team (with chocolate!). Type: Team Competition Intensity: 3+ Class … Read More

Tabata Pulse

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Try this simple Tabata style circuit that focuses on pulsing movements over full range. The aim is to maximise repetition over a smaller range of movement. Class Type: HMT/Tabata Intensity: 6 Equipment: Programmed watch or application based on 25 seconds … Read More

Easter Sesh #1

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This works perfectly if you have access to a large parkland. Get yourself a bunch of cheap tennis balls (preferably multi-coloured) or something similar. Print a map of the parkland and mark where you place the tennis balls. Aim: Team … Read More

Tabata Accumulator

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Try this simple Tabata style circuit with a difference! Class Type: HMT/Tabata Intensity: 6 Equipment: Pre-programed watch or application based on varying work and rest ratios (yes – not true Tabata protocol), mats for static exercises if required. Class Overview: … Read More

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