Winter is coming!
It’s really cooling down here in Melbourne (as I know it’s warming up for those of you in the Northern Hemisphere) so this month we’ve got a great line up to suit the season.
Our Featured Designer this month is Janice Ainsworth. She’s shared lots of interval training drills which are great for keeping clients moving on those cold mornings. They’re also short and sharp, most in the 20-25 minutes mark which is also good for not exhausting clients in hot weather.
Plus, June is Warm Up June … OK, I know this is not anything as good as AMRAP April or MedBall March but there are no months starting with ‘W’ and there are three months that start with ‘J’. More on that further down.
Featured Designer – Janice Ainsworth
Janice runs Follow My Lead Fitness which is based in Brantford, Ontario, Canada. Here’s her introducing herself:
My fitness business is based on the principle of a fun, healthy and fit lifestyle. My sessions offer my clients a safe and welcoming environment to reach their physical fitness and wellness goals. I have been married for 20 years and have 2 teenagers. My own fitness journey began at the age of 40 (2010). What started as a hobby is now my way of life.
Janice has shared workouts before on Bootcamp Ideas and in our Facebook group. The quality of the workouts has always impressed me so I asked her if she’d put together a collection for us this month.
Here are the drills that are coming in June:
- Beat The Noodle
- HIIT and Go
- It Take 2 to Make 100
- What Are The Chances?
- Rope, Work, Rest, Repeat
- Eliminate The Third
- Ultimate Planks
- Decisions Decisions
- No Escape
- Thanksgiving Dinner
- Reaction Time
- Loaded Dice
Warm Up June
Help your client’s get warmed up this June with this warm up favourites of mine from the BootCraft archives:
- Hoppo Bumpo
- Everybody’s It
- Swim & Pop
- Home Cone (also works well as a finisher)
- Sprint Warm Up Drill
Last month you might have noticed I quietly removed the ratings feature from the workout ideas on here. I was finding the results were simple too subjective, different trainers like different things so having a system to rate workouts wasn’t really returning a good result.
Now you’ll notice a new feature at the bottom of each idea called ‘Similar Workout Ideas’. This feature brings up workout ideas that are in some way similar to the one you’re looking at. It’s still needs a few tweaks but should get more accurate over time.
Be sure to let me know if you find it useful or not!
That’s all for now,