Todays dumbbell bootcamp workout is one of my personal workout routines.
It can be used in a group setting, with your PT clients, or for your own personal fitness.
First let me start with the story behind the workout so you know why I crested it.
It all started when I stumbled across this quote.
Here’s the point it makes.
If you want to change your results, you need to change the way you do things.
“Struggling to get bootcamp clients, you need to change the way you do things”
“Feeling unfulfilled in life/work, you need to change the way you do things”
“Struggling to keep yourself fit, you need to change the way you do things”
If only it was that simple eh?
The truth is, I’ve been struggling with my own fitness for the past few months.
1. I hate the 25 minute drive to the gym and it’s always packed out.
2. I’m finding it really hard to motivate myself.
Finally after a serious mental battle I did something about it. My birthday was coming up so I dropped a hint to my girlfriend Sophie.
I have always wanted a pair of 24k adjustable dumbbells. And now thanks to Sophie I have them.
They’re absolutely amazing!
I now have 2 Kettle bells (16k & 20k), a pair of 24k adjustable dumbbells, a pull up bar, exercise mat & push up grip things. I’m also on the look out for a punch bag.
I am fitter now than I have ever been, and I’m having a lot of fun creating new routines with my dumbbells.
As for the motivational side of things, summers almost here so I want to look half decent on the beach.
I’m just being honest!
Here’s a 44 minute dumbbell bootcamp workout I created. Give it a go.
Tabata monster is a template based workout, so you can slot in any exercises you like. Bodyweight or equipment based.
I have chosen dumbbell exercises. Once you’re through with the workout you can send it to your clients.
Dumbbell Bootcamp Workout For Strength
For this dumbbell bootcamp workout, make sure your clients are using a weight that is right for them.
Title: Tabata Monster
Choose 6 exercises.
1. Power masters (dumbbell each hand, curl, full squat, shoulder raise)
2. Bench press (lay back to the mat)
3. Push up alternate arm row (push up on dumbbells lat row)
4. Alternate one arm lift (squat, grab dumbbell, lift over head)
5. Alternate forward lunge (dumbbell each hand)
6. Dead lift (dumbbell either side)
Round 1: Complete each exercise for 2 minutes at a ratio of 20 seconds work, 10 rest.
Rest for 1 minute between exercises and rest for 2 minutes before starting round 2.
Round 2: Complete each exercise for 4 minutes at a ratio of 20 seconds work, 10 rest.
Time: 44 minutes
Take away the exercises and you’re left with a template that you can re-use over and over again.
I call them Infinity Templates because there are limitless possibilities.
Top tip: Home workouts will increase the value of your membership, and get your clients quicker results.
Give your clients a copy of the template. Each time you wish to replace the exercises, you can make a short video demonstrating the 6 new exercises. Then, send the video to your clients.
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You can find all 13 Infinity Templates (and much more) in the WDC Elite under the tab Infinity templates.
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P.S What exercises will you use to create your dumbbell bootcamp workout?