December is a great time for reflection.
On the Bootcamp Ideas blog I like to share a big article of the wins and failures from the year. I’m still working on putting this together for 2019 and plan to publish it shortly before New Years.
Another thing I like to do is share some of the top articles and drills that were published which is what I want to share with you today.
So I’ve just been through the stats and here are the top 5 bootcamp drills published in 2019:
1. Just Keep Hiiting It
Grab some weights (or body… weights) and try out this circuit workout that uses 3 strength exercises and 1 cardio exercise per station. To understand you’ll just have to check it out.
2. Hang On For 15 Minutes
Super simple and deadly effective this EMOM workout keeps things interesting by cycling through 3 different exercises and caters for all different fitness levels.
3. Power Band Runs
by April Wright
Another combo of exercises that combines running, power movements and strength movements. If you have clients who like to be a little sore after a workout, this will do that while also helping them get stronger.
4. Tabata Boxing
A boxing workout made it into our top 5! This workout uses the classic tabata 20s:10s intervals to create a hard and fast boxing workout that is challenging for all levels.
5. 10 Every 10
by Lori Watson
Need a quick, go-to warm up for a small space? This is for you. Pairs work together to knock over 100 reps while stopping every 10 reps to do a ‘bonus’ exercise.
And there you have it, the most popular workout ideas from 2019. I’d like to give a big thanks Lauren, Lori, Lyndon, April and Lisa for sharing these drills.
Bootcamp Ideas continues to be a great resource run by trainers for trainers.
P.S. This is part of our 12 Days of
Christmas Bootcamp Ideas series. Click through for the rest of the articles.
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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