HIIT and Go
Drill Length: 20-25 minutes
Minimum Group Size: 1+
Equipment Needed: Kettlebells, Interval Timer
Spread campers out amongst each station.
Spend 1 minute at each station for first 3 stations, with 20 seconds to rest and move to the next station.
Then on the 4th station complete a 2 minute HIIT round (20 seconds on/10 seconds rest x 4).
For the next 3 stations go back to 1 minute each. On the 4th station complete a 2 minute HIIT round. Keep going in that pattern.
They will complete each station 4 times. 3 of those times will be for a minute. 1 of those times will be a 2 minute HIIT.
- Kettlebell Swings
- Push Ups
- Russian Twists
- Squat Kicks
- Station 1 for 1 minute; 20 s rest/rotate to 2
- Station 2 for 1 minute: 20 s rest/rotate to 3
- Station 3 for 1 minute; 20 s rest/rotate to 4
- Station 4 for 4 rounds of 20s work/10 s rest
- Move to station 5
- Station 5 for 1 minute; 20s rest/rotate back to 1
- Station 1 for 1 minute; 20s rest/rotate to 2
- Station 2 for 1 minute; 20s rest/rotate to 3
- Station 3 for 4 rounds of 20s work/10 s rest
- Move to station 4
- Station 4 for 1 minute; 20s rest/rotate to 5
I live in Brantford, Ontario, Canada with my husband and teenage son & daughter I became a CanFitPro certified trainer in 2012 . My bootcamp classes were just a hobby at the time as I also operated a home daycare business.
In June 2015, I closed my daycare and fitness became my career. Follow My Lead fitness brings together all my fitness pursuits; Zumba, Zumba Kids, Zumba in the Schools, Bootcamps, Personal Training and Team Training.
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