Recently on Instagram I have been seeing more and more great training ideas coming across my feed.
Instagram is awesome for showing one, simple thing in a picture or a video. From a users point of view, in less than a minute you have a new idea or inspiration that you can take and use right away.
Much faster than watching a lengthy YouTube video or reading a long blog post.
Rob at Stride Fit posts some of the most eye catching pictures that come across my Instagram feed. This is a great account to follow if you want to see the kind of photos you should be publishing on your Instagram account.
Kjell (pronounced ‘Shell’) has been posting some awesome video compilations of exercises you can use with various pieces of your bootcamp equipment.
Happy Hour Fit Club
Aside from the awesome name, Happy Hour Fit Club’s Instagram just emanates their brand. A good example of aligning your Instagram with your philosophy.
Primal NRG Fitness
Running your bootcamp indoors? Check out these guys.
Want to see what one of the fastest growing bootcamps in London is doing to be so fricken awesome? Check out what Steph puts up on her Instagram. Lots of great ideas to use with tyres, hills and stairs too.
Bridie is another person who’s personal values shine strong through her brand and Instagram account. I love reading her posts and feel like I’ve visited her business just by looking at her pictures.
UK Outdoor Fitness
Flicking through Rob’s Instagram you get a quick idea of what his bootcamp is about. He also has some fun ideas you can steal for your own bootcamp.
Tarryn Lucas Fitness
Tarryn shares some great training ideas for your camps in her pictures and videos. She is also an expert in running kids bootcamps so you might want to go check her out if you are interested in that.
Bonus: Bootcamp Ideas
And of course you might want to check out the Bootcamp Ideas Instagram too.
Especially at the moment because I am publishing one bootcamp idea a day for the first 30 days of Fall. So make sure you are following me so you don’t miss out!
If you don’t have Instagram, no worries you can view it all online at http://instagram.com/bootcampideas from your web browser. Or if enough of you want it, I’ll post the updates to the Bootcamp Ideas Facebook page too.
What are your favourite Instagram accounts for Bootcamp Ideas?
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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.