A few months back, after banging my head against the table with a severe case of ‘writer’s block’, I had a [mad] moment of inspiration!
What if….. I were to apply the Unique Bootcamp Workouts approach to the increasingly-popular ‘acronym workout’ trend…?
(Unique Bootcamp Workouts is a mix and match system).
You probably already know about.
EMOM (every minute on the minute).
Ie. 10 Burpees every minute on the minute for 10 minutes.
AMRAP (as many rounds as possible).
I.e. Complete 10 reps of 6 different exercises. This equals 1 round. Complete as many rounds as you can.
TOR (Types of relay).
I.e. Split the group in to equal teams. Players take turns running out to a set point and back. The team to get all players through win a point. Play 2-6 rounds.
But what if I told you there are another 60 Acronyms that you can use as prompts to create the most varied workouts you’ve ever come up with?
Wanna destroy writer’s block forever? Read on, mi amigo!
Acronyms can used to design any type of workout, Bootcamp Workouts, PT, Home, Corporate, your own personal workouts and more…
This simple way to do this is to mix and match the ideas you have created for each acronym.
There are over 100 example bootcamp workouts that come with the Acronym Cheat Sheet.
Here’s how simple it is to use.
At Last: The Cure For Writer’s Block! Now You Can Design Killer Bootcamp Workouts In Seconds.
And NOTHING comes to mind. Like, ZIP. Nada. No matter what you do, you can’t get anything to flourish in that brain of yours. Then the mind kicks in….
“Why can’t I just think of something?”
Now you can design any type of workout with a single resource, and save yourself from brain meltdown !
Let’s design tonight’s bootcamp workout to give you a better idea…
Just remember, there are literally thousands of unique workout combinations that you can put together using the cheat sheets. Here’s one of them.
1: TOR – Types Of Relay
Choose a 20 minute relay challenge from the acronym cheat sheet manual. There are several. Or use your own ideas if you have any.
Choose a 15 minute time trail challenge from acronym cheat sheet manual. There are several. Or use your own ideas if you have any.
3: WUD – Workouts Using Dice
Check out an earlier post below. The first game involves the use of a dice.
3: BAY – Battle Against Yourself
Choose a 20 minute ‘battle challenge’ from acronym cheat sheet manual. There are several. Or use your own ideas if you have any.
Even if you used the same three acronyms (above) to design 10 sessions in a row, but switched out the drills, you would still have 10 entirely different workouts. And that’s just using one acronym combination.
Starting to make sense?
Here’s How To Grab A Free Copy Of The Acronym Cheat Sheet
The Acronym cheat sheet ($49) with over 60 acronyms and 100 workouts is no longer available for purchase.
It is now totally exclusive to Workout Design Club Elite members only.
When you sign up for your free 7 day trail of the WDC Elite today.
You can save $49 and download it for FREE.
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P.P.S The Unique Bootcamp Workouts mix and match system can also be found inside the WDC Elite.