This month of content has been sponsored by HART Sport.
And by sponsored I mean they sent me some free equipment to try out and share with you. I haven’t been paid to give a positive review or anything along those lines. Instead I took the opportunity to let my creativity run wild and come up with some great ideas for you using the equipment they sent. All equipment has been thoroughly tested by me over the past month and I’ll only be sharing what I think is quality gear.
I asked HART Sport if they could do something to look after our community and they’ve come back to me with an awesome deal:
Bootcamp Ideas readers can get 15% off on all HART Sport equipment for the month of August.
Just use the special Bootcamp Ideas coupon code BOOTCAMP15 when you checkout on the HART Sport website.
Today I’ve got a warm up using mini exercise bands for you:
Glute & Run
Time: 10 minutes
Start your workout by getting your camper’s warmed up, particularly their legs and hips.
Set two cones 15m away and 30m away from your exercise area. Set up mats in your exercise area.
Have campers pair up, one person will start with a mini band and the other will start with running.
The runner will continue running back and forth to the 30m cone until their partner has finished their exercise, then they swap roles.
The pair keep switching until both have finished all of the exercises below.
Using the mini looped bands will help us activate our campers glutes more than just the unresisted versions of the exercises.
- 25x Supine Bridge w/ Band
- 20x Lateral Walk w/ Band (20x each way)
- 25x Banded Bird Dogs – one side
- 25x Banded Bird Dogs – other side
- 25x Banded Supers
Repeat again for 10 reps if you want a longer warm up.
Click for exercise demonstrations or find the video below.
Supine Bridge w/ Band
Lateral Walk w/ Band
Banded Bird Dogs
I’ll be sharing more drills and articles over August using the HART Sport gear.
At the end of the month we’ll put them together to make one awesome workout!
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.