Continuing in our Avenger workout series today is the Iron Man workout!
Iron Man (Superhero version)
Goal: Strength Endurance
Time: 60 minutes
Amoeba Tag (from Outdoor Fitness Games)
Two people are “it”. They hold hands and chase the other participants. The person that they catch then joins the chain by linking hands. When another person is caught they can stay together or split 2 and 2 but they must split into even numbers and can link together at will. This game is played until no one is left. The last two become “it” for the next game.
Tony Stark has a lot of money. Like his money today’s workout involves a lot of repetitions.
As a group clients will rotate around a circuit (1 minute on each) trying to complete as many repetitions as possible in their minute. The goal is (as a group) to reach a total of reps on each exercise. The group keeps rotating until the goal is met.
Clients should add up the total reps performed by their group and write it down on the score card before going to the next exercise. Once an exercise has reached the goal number of repetitions, remove it from the circuit. Clients should then split up among the remaining exercises.
Tip: Bring a calculator to quickly add up scores while clients are rotating.
Round 1: 1000 reps of each exercise
- Lateral Lunges
- T-Pushups (knees or toes)
- Walking Lunges
- Oblique Crunches
Round 2: 2000 reps of each exercise
- Mountain Climbers
- 20m shuttle
- Lateral/Forward Jump over width of mat
Round 3: 100 seconds each exercise (together as a group)
- Side Plank
- Flutter Kicks
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.