Today’s awesome workout is from Joy Moody. Thanks for sharing Joy!
We divided up in 6 groups, about 4 people per group. (Adjust for your group size). There was a mixture of fitness levels in each group.
There are five stations that are AMRAPs with a twist. One person in each team has to hold an exercise for as long as they can while the other 3 people are working the AMRAP. When person 1 can no longer hold the exercise, everyone completes 7 burpees. Then a new group member starts the holding exercise.
AMRAP: As Many Rounds As Possible – Complete as many rounds as you can in the allotted time.
The 6th station was the time keeper, run for 7 minutes.
Quickly, rotate stations at the end of 7 minute run.
Station 1 - balance quadruped position (all fours with knees slightly off the ground. Good alignment required!
*7 burpees when holder needs to switch
- 10 military push-ups
- 10 push-ups to side plank
- 10 mountain climbers (R+L=1)
- 10 tricep dips
Station 2 – hold a plank, 7 burpees at switch
- 10 sit-ups
- 10 reverse burpees
- 10 bicycle sit-ups (R+L=1)
- 10 Russian twist (R+L=1)
Station 3 – hold a chin up, 7 burpees at switch
- 10 ball slams
- 10 wall ball
- 10 broad jumps
- 10 med ball overhead press
Station 4 - hold a wall sit, 7 burpees at switch
- 10 jumping lunges (R+L=1)
- 10 courtesy lunges (R+L=1)
- 10 right leg single dead lift-no weight
- 10 left leg single dead lifts-no weights
Station 5 – hold a Kettlebell in a front lateral raise, 7 burpees at switch
- 10 KB swings
- 10 thrusters
- 10 KB jacks
- 10 KB upright rows
Station 6 – run 7 minutes
- We used treadmills but you could also set up a run course and just have the team do as many laps as possible in the time limit. Rotate when runners return after 7 minutes.
Adjust the stations as needed. The “holding” allowed everyone to cheer each other on and push themselves individually as well. Challenging and lots of fun.
Variation: if you wanted to make it more competitive, you could have then keep track of the number of switches or burpees each group completes.
My name is Joy Moody. I have been teaching Bootcamp classes for 12 years. My degree is in Exercise Science and I am PT, GX certified.
I love people and seriously believe we have the best job in the world!
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