Animal Walks

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Get back to the school yard with this relay circuit that can be run almost anywhere but is ideally run on a grassed or beach area 30 m x 20 m. The aim is to be the team of three … Read More

Hop, Skip, Jump

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This is a concept for a rectangle relay circuit that can be run almost anywhere but is ideally run on a grassed netball/tennis court or similar sized area. The aim is to be the team of four that completes the … Read More

Rope and Bag Fun

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This dynamic military teamwork challenge is ideally suited for beaches or large grass oval areas. Rope and Bag Fun is a cardio and muscular endurance activity where small teams of four to eight people aim to complete as many round … Read More

Squats R Us

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This is a simple but challenging workout where your clients get to squat, squat, and squat……just one more squat? Of course, there are other activities, but this can be a bunch of fun Class Type: HMT Intensity: 5 Class Overview: … Read More

Boxing Tabata – Olympic Style

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Try this Tabata inspired challenge! This is a pairs challenge where each pair has to work together to maximise their scores. The aim is simply get as many reps as possible! Type: Cardio Vascular Endurance Intensity: 5 Class Overview: In … Read More

HMT Wednesdays! #8

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This is a great circuit for pairs working together, or clients individually. It requires the teams to do a round of two sets of 30 seconds of each exercise, with a small break in between. The key is that it … Read More

Race Around The Clock

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A three person circle circuit challenge where small teams compete against each other to complete 12 activities over the length of the session. The class requires a large flat open area either on the grass or beach. Intensity: 6/10 Class … Read More

Rope Velodrome

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This dynamic military teamwork challenge is ideally suited for beaches or large grass oval areas. Rope Velodrome Day is a cardio and muscular endurance activity where small teams of up to 10 each compete against each other to complete the … Read More

Test What?

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Remember this from week 1? Well, it’s time to get your clients to do it again. There is a twist this time around though……see below for details. In this test a series of exercises is grouped together to form a … Read More

8 into 800

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This static circuit can be run almost anywhere and only requires an area large enough for each participant to safely undertake static exercises. The program is based on the concept of “choose your own work out’ where as individuals aim … Read More

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