This month on BootCraft it’s a super month! That means we have two Featured Designers sharing a total of 16 workouts.
I’m also running a webinar, read on below to see how you can attend that.
We also crossed over 600 members which is another fantastic milestone!
Now let’s talk about September and who our featured designers are:
Featured Designer: Lizelle Din
You may recognise Liz’s name from Bootcamp Ideas were she is one of the regular contributors (she share’s awesome drills like this).
Liz is bringing some different workouts to what we’ve had lately. She’s got some awesome strength and indoor friendly workouts. You’ll see more equipment being used in her sessions too.
Here’s a little bio from Liz:
“I do personal training and fitness classes that bring out the athlete in each of us. Having a client tell me that I’ve changed the way they look at fitness always reminds me of the importance in the work I get to do everyday. I’m also proud to say that I can do a pull up.”
She’s sharing 12 drills with us:
- Partner Pacemaker
- Team Pacemaker
- The 20-40-60
- Strength and HIIT
- HIIT Supersets
- Strength Supersets
- The 30:30
- The Triple Threat
- Kitchen Sink Finisher
- Bear Crawl Salmon Haul
- The 5-10-15
- Alpha Bear Crawl
You’ll see the first of those come through this weekend.
Featured Designer: Stephanie Jannati
I first met Stephanie when she helped me with running a workshop for trainers in the UK. She runs a unique bootcamp which uses a lot of crawls, tyres and hills. The kind of workouts people think of when they hear the word bootcamp.
It’s worked, she has an infectious community of clients who have seen great results. Her bootcamp has flourished despite being near busy, competitive London.
This month she’s sharing with us four main drills which involve lots of team/partner work. You’re going to love them.
Here’s what Stephanie is sharing:
- Partner Drag Race
- The 3Lay Workout
- Team AMRAP
- The Russian Pyramid Workout
How To Plan Your Sessions Webinar
This month I’m running a webinar on how to plan your sessions quickly and effectively.
- Brainstorming sessions
- How to keep variety in your sessions
- How to use BootCraft to quickly plan your workouts
- What order your sessions should run in
- What makes a good workout where everyone works hard vs a bland one
Even if you don’t have a BootCraft subscription, you will still find this webinar really useful. BootCraft just makes the process I share quicker.
Keep an eye on your inbox, I’ll email days and times you can attend.
Check it out
BootCraft lets trainers filter through dozens of tested workout drills, warm ups and finisher with the click of a few buttons. New drills are added weekly.
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.
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