Thanks to Lisa O’Donnell Wolfe for sending in this rippa of a workout.
Just Keep Hiiting It
Time: 50 minutes
Equipment needed: Each camper will need a set of light dumbbells, Station Cards, Cones
This workout uses four stations with 3 Strength exercises that include an Upper Body, Lower Body, and combined Upper & Lower Body.
At the end of each round, perform a Cardio move. S#1 / S#2 / S#3 / Cardio. Then either repeat the station 2 more times OR change stations and complete 3 rounds through the stations.
Timing is below:
Station Timing (3 Rounds total):
- Strength Move #1 – 40 Seconds / 10 Sec transition
- Strength Move #2 – 40 Seconds / 10 Sec transition
- Strength Move #3 – 40 Seconds / 10 Sec transition
- Cardio Move – 60 Sec 1st time through; 45 Sec 2nd time through; 30 Sec 3rd time through.
60 Sec REST in between each station.
1. Overhead Shoulder Press w/ Dumbbells (40 Sec / 10 Sec Rest)
2. Clockwork Lunges w/ Dumbbells (40 Sec/10 Sec Rest)
3. Push Press w/ Dumbbells (40 Sec / 10 Sec Rest)
Cardio: Jump Lunge Plus (60 Sec Round 1 / 45 Sec Round 2 / 30 Sec Round 3)
1. T-Raise w/ Dumbbells
2. Deadlift w/ Dumbbells
3. Deadlift into Upright Row
Cardio: Mountain Climbers or Mountain Leapers
1. Tricep Push Up
2. Crab Kicks
3. 4 Donkey Kicks into Inchworm
Cardio: Jumping Jacks
1. Bicep Curl to Hammer Curl w/ Dumbbells
2. Walking Lunges w/ Dumbbells
3. 2 – 1-1/2 Lunges, then 1 Hammer Curl with Dumbbells
Cardio: Bear Crawl
As always, offer easier options for those clients who may be just starting out or have limitations.
Kyle tip: At 50 minutes with just breaks between stations, you may want to run this for just 2 rounds on each station or run just 3 stations. See how your group goes.
I have been in the fitness industry for over 20 years. My resume includes group ex instruction, personal training, and a Master Trainer for Powder Blue Productions, Beachbody and Train Dirty Fitness. I am also a Mind and Body Transformation Coach. My website is lisawolfecoach.com.
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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.