I’ve been working on some fun fitness boot camp games as we lead up to halloween.
For the last 4 years I’ve been designing workouts, and turning them in to templates.
See, I think the best bootcamp workouts are the ones that can be reused over and over again, each time with a different feel, and a new level of energy.
I.e. If you take out the exercises, the concept and framework still remains.
Let me show you what I mean by that.
Complete 3 rounds of the following 10 exercises.
The framework is still there even though there are no exercises.
Why You Shouldn’t Rely On Just One Bootcamp Workout Concept. And Where To Find The Ones.
Now here’s the mistake I see a lot of trainers making.
(me too a long time ago)
They use this one concept (described above), or something very similar almost every session.
EMOM, AMRAP, WOD Etc.
Don’t get me wrong, doing so will still get people fit. But… It’s uninspiring and will give your clients absolutely nothing to rave about when they leave your sessions.
If you want to flourish in todays market, you’ve got to bring out the big guns. Well, that’s if you want to be seen as the place to go for a fun and effective workout.
I run a club called the workout design club elite. Inside are around 1000 unique and exciting workout concepts, and a ton of fitness bootcamp games your clients would go mad for.
My Elite members are playing at a different level, with a seriously unfair advantage over all their competitors.
If you had any idea what a massive impact that would have on your biz, you wouldn’t put off joining my Elite club for another second. Plus you get a 14 day FREE trial.
You’d be straight in there, and sharing the success of my members.
Fitness Boot Camp Games
Members Only Update (Ghostbusters)
- Gears of War
- HIIT Almighty
- Ghost Busters
- Mega Stars
- Speedy Gonzales
- Max Pain
- Deal with the Devil
- Command Switch
- Switch Fit Games
- Kick-Ass Team Attack
- Pig Race
- Warp Drive