This multimedia ebook is going to give your fitness bootcamp a new super supply of bootcamp workouts, warm ups, time fillers and activities to see you through the next several weeks!
Introducing “Fitness Workout Ideas – Volume 3”
While my wife was watching “Masterchef Kitchen” next to me on the couch, I was doing some judging of my own. I went into my “black box” of workouts and painstakingly reviewed and pulled out the best workouts, fillers and activities that I could find.
Each of those volumes have 35 workouts and activities between the two of them.
So that’s the first step – finding the cream of the crop.
Here’s Where We Separate Ourselves From The Others.
In step 2, I painstakingly create videos of exercises and “how to” videos of the workouts. What’s worse than buying a fitness resource and trying to understand what the heck the author is talking about?
Fitness is visual, I need to see the exercise in action, the workout explained to me.
Yes, making these videos is time consuming. But by God, I’m going to do this right.
In step 3, I put it all together. And you end up with a resource that you can refer back to over and over again.
Workouts and activities include:
- Partner Total Tension Workout
- SFSF (Super Fit, Super Fast)
- Creep Along
- Until Kim Gets…
- Rain Workout
- One Pad, Two Pad
- and 14 more
The Partner Total Tension workout is something that I’m really excited for you to try. A lot of times in the bootcamp setting we tend to RUSH THROUGH THE EXERCISES because we’re racing the clock, trying to win a competition against other teams, etc.
Those activities are fine but are we losing sight of the fact of why we’re working out? Tension is the name of the game when looking for body recomposition. If we want to “firm up” (build lean tissue) then we want to mix things up and spend more time under tension.
Here’s a snapshot of me taking you through part of the Partner Total Tension workout. While the concept is nothing new, to my knowledge it has not been utilized enough in the bootcamp setting.
Tension workouts give you a whole other segment to add to your bootcamp “programming” (ugh, I hate that word – sounds too clinical to me. Like “statistics” or “algebraic geometry” or “functional analysis”.)
Don’t Be Boring!
Anyhoo, you’ll have “fun” with the tension aspect and your bootcampers will see you and your training methods in a brand new light.