Workout Length: 30-45 minutes
Equipment Needed: Deck of Cards, Mats
Take a deck of cads and omit the face cards, just play with Ace through 10.
My version of ‘Go Fish’.
Deal 5 cards to each player or team (if large group). Players/teams take turns asking a specific player/team for a given rank of card.
If someone asks you for a rank that you have, that card is taken from your hand, the pair is played down, and corresponding exercise is done by all opponents (including you/your team). If you do not have any cards of that rank, tell them to GO FAST taking one new card from the pile of cards (which is set a distance away).
When it’s your turn, select a player/team you think might have a needed card to make you a pair. If the player/team has the desired card, they must pass it over. If not, you must tell them to GO FAST! If you get the card you asked for, set down your pair, hold plank while everyone else does exercises you just put down.
If you run out of cards and there are still cards left, you/your team get five more cards.
Play continues until all hands are empty and there are no more cards to draw from. The winner is the player with the most points at the end of the game.
Pairs: (add pairs together for # of reps, except for aces)
Aces = EVERYONE does 10 Burpees
2s = 4 Laps around playing area/gym/field
3s = 6 V-sits
4s = 8 Side-planks w/pushup
5s = 10 Push-ups
6s = 12 Air jacks
7s = 14 Leg lifts
8s = 16 Bicycle crunches
9s = 18 Lunges
10s = 20 Squats
I am 37 years young, wife and mother of 2 (9 and 10 yrs old)! I’ve been certified as a personal trainer since 2012, but just started running outdoor bootcamps in early 2016! I try and include my kids when I can, they help me keep it fun and simple. Business: Fit Nuts 4 Life
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.