5 Tips to Ultimate Hybrid Metabolic Complexes

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5 Tips to Ultimate Hybrid Metabolic Complexes By Kate Vidulich   Do you want to accelerate your client results, and be the go-to small group training or bootcamp in your hood?   Of course you do.   What is the most cost effective way to get more awesome clients in your business?   Referrals.   Hybrid Metabolic Complexes (HMC) are awesome for advanced fat loss conditioning that will get your clients fast results – but it’s really important to structure the Read more [...]

Bootcamp Partner Challenges-The Commando Crawl and The Chase

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Bootcamp Partner Challenges-The Commando Crawl and The Chase   The Commando Crawl   EQUIPMENT: 3 markers NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 2+ (multiple pairs) TIME: 2 minutes each way AIM: To complete as many shuttle runs as possible METHOD: Lay out the markers as shown in the diagram. Split the group in to pairs and line them up so they are facing. For the first half of the game, player two will assume the plank position and player one will run.To Start: Player one Read more [...]

2 Unique Bootcamp Team Games

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Boot Camp Team Games=Team Hurdles - Chips & Gravy   EQUIPMENT: Multiple markers, 2 calculators (optional but speeds things up) NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 6+ TIME: 10 minutes AIM: To hurdle over the opposing team and collect points METHOD: Split the group in two teams of equal ability where possible. Space out the markers as shown in the diagram. Team one will plank first and team two will hurdle first. Round one, 1 minute 30 secondsTeam one: Players must face Read more [...]

Unique Bootcamp Circuits- Demon Dice

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  Unique Bootcamp Circuits- Demon Dice   EQUIPMENT: 10 Dice, 6 exercise cards, 8 spacer marker/cones, 3 small containers, lots of points counters (I use coins) and something for each team to roll the dice on, e.g. a clip board.  NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 2+  TIME: Two 12 minute halves (I usually play a quick game at half time to break things up).  AIM: To score as many points as possible by rolling the dice and completing the numbered exercise that matches the number Read more [...]

Shoulder Press Bootcamp Team Challenge

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Shoulder Press Bootcamp Team Challenge   EQUIPMENT: 3 markers. 100 coins or any other small point markers. NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 4+ TIME: 10 minutes AIM: To collect points by performing sets of shoulder presses with a partner METHOD: Split the group into 2 teams. Split each team into pairs. Place out a running marker and the pot of coins 20 metres to the team’s front. Each pair in the team must perform the following drill repeatedly: Player 1 performs 20 shoulder Read more [...]

Here’s EXACTLY how to set up a Bootcamp Workout

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 Here's EXACTLY how to set up a Bootcamp Workout + MRT Bootcamp Workouts Here's one great way to set up your bootcamp workouts:   Warm-up - do each exercise for 20 seconds, resting for 30 seconds between each circuit. Do this circuit twice: 1A) Prisoner Squat 1B) Jumping Jacks 1C) Pushups 1D) Total Body Extensions   MRT Circuit - do each exercise for 30 seconds, resting for 1 minute between each circuit. Do this circuit 3 times:   2A) Bodyweight Read more [...]

Incorporating Strength Training into Group Fitness

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  Incorporating Strength Training into Group Fitness   Many group fitness instructors don’t train their clients in a weight room because they aren’t sure how to organize the workout for multiple people.  Others use the weight room, but don’t really have a systemic approach to strength training, so they end up putting their clients through the same circuit every day.    I used to be one of these people.  I thought I needed to keep everyone moving the entire time.  I didn’t Read more [...]