Last Wednesday during the workout of the week I told you guys that I had something special to show and tell later in the week.
Well here it is, it’s called the…
As I move around these next few months and no longer actually run a bootcamp myself, you will see the updates on Bootcamp Ideas shift from less actual workouts and more about the business side of bootcamp and the how to of coming up with good workouts.
So to keep you stashed up with workout ideas I put together the Bootcamp Trainers Toolkit or simply just – the toolkit.
Inside you will find:
- A checklist of all the things a trainer must carry on them during an outdoor session. Usually in a backpack.
- How to set up a website for your bootcamp
- Links to 5 special workouts from Garry Robinson
- 6 sweet emails containing six new workouts
- A sample PAQ and health screen form to modify as you see fit
I will continue adding new bits and pieces to the toolkit as I create them over the next few months.
Something you can look forward to is a video guide to help with cuing large groups on the squat and the push up. One of the hardest things about taking a group session – especially when you are new to taking groups – is cuing clients quickly and effectively. I want to take you through some of the common mistakes you will see at your camps and how to help clients quickly correct them.
The toolkit is 100% free. It is my gift to you for supporting this website.
To get access to the Bootcamp Trainers Toolkit, all you have to do it pop your email in below. You can then get the 6 bonus workouts along with the weekly updates from Bootcamp Ideas.
You will need to confirm your email address after you enter it. Just wait for an email asking you to confirm comes through to your inbox.
Be sure to hit reply to one of my emails and let me know what you think.
Bootcamp Trainer's Toolkit
Get updated when new workouts hit Bootcamp Ideas and also get access to over a dozen workouts, a sample PAQ and the bootcamp trainers checklist.
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.