Just a heads up. Later in the week I have something pretty cool to share with you all. It involves some new tools to help you get your work done so stay tuned for that.
Somehow, I have been able to get some work done between flights, exploring the UK, dinner and lunches with family, visiting Leon and camping. I must admit though, I had some seriously high hopes for getting more stuff to you guys that I just haven’t been able to meet.
For those who are interested I am now in Corfu, an island off the west coast of Albania and Greece. We are fortunate enough to have friends who are loaning us the use of their holiday house.
I have seen one small fitness centre that offers Karate and fitness classes. It’s situated above what looks to be a no longer used car garage. Other then that just walking up and down the hills each town is built on will keep you plenty fit.
I’m really excited to meet up with 18 trainers in London next week to exchange ideas and take them through some new drills. England was just a fantastic place and I can’t wait to meet some more of it’s people.
Now onto today’s workout.
This one is great partner workout.
The concept is simple and can easily be modified (via exercises or reps) for beginner to advanced clients and everyone in between.
10 to 2 to 10
How it works
Clients will be in pairs of similar fitness levels for this workout. Assign each pair as a beginner, intermediate or advanced pair (you could also call it level 1, 2 and 3).
One partner will complete the circuit as fast as possible while the other rests. Then they will swap roles.
After the second partner is done, the pair moves on to the next round. Each round they continue to take it in turns.
- Round 1 – 10 reps
- Round 2 – 8 reps
- Round 3 – 6 reps
- Round 4 – 4 reps
- Round 5 – 2 reps
- Round 6 – 4 reps
- Round 7 – 6 reps (beginner pairs stop after this round)
- Round 8 – 8 reps (intermediate pairs stop after this round)
- Round 9 – 10 reps (advanced pairs stop after this round)
Each circuit should take around 15 minutes – including rest time.
Take a 3 minute rest after circuit 1, then begin circuit 2 back at round 1.
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Kyle Wood created Bootcamp Ideas in 2010 when he was hunting around on the internet for workout ideas. He ran a successful bootcamp in Victoria, Australia and spends his spare time managing this site, adventuring (or lazying) with his wife and find new ways to make bootcamps even better.