Focus on intensity rather than weight today and watch your calorie burn skyrocket as you push through the last 10 seconds of every round
Benefits: Increase strength, a chance to lift heavier and improve lifting technique
Muscles Used: Full Body
Equipment Used: Barbells, Dumbbells, TRX, Med Ball, Kettlebells
This strength focused circuit will give you a second chance at each exercise to break down your muscles and practice your form.
Muscles Used: Full BodyEquipment Used: Dumbbell, Kettlebell, Boxes
The “sticking point” is the toughest part of the lift where your body feels like it is going to get stuck in the exercise (ex. Bottom of the Squat or bottom of the Pullup) Today we’ll use the extra time in our 90 second rounds to work through the sticking points of these exercises.
Muscles Used: Full BodyEquipment Used: TRX, Plate, Bodyweight
Challenge yourself by focusing on bike RPM's today and maximize every second of work on the floor. Stay focused and go for as many reps as possible each round.
Muscles Used: Full BodyEquipment Used: Barbells, Dumbbells, Kettlebells
3 Strength exercises in a row for the same movement -- this is a great opportunity to go heavy on the mat and get that full body muscle pump!
Muscles Used: Chest & BackEquipment Used: Barbell, Dumbbell, Stroops
This is a great chance to improve the basics and work the upper body with lots of repetition!
Muscles Used: Legs and glutesEquipment Used: Barbell, Dumbbells, Med Ball
Let your upper body rest as we tackle one of Basecamps toughest lower body routines! By performing three lower body exercises in the same movement pattern you’ll improve your technique and challenge your muscles at the same time.
All of the movements you do throughout the day stem from just a few basic movement patterns known as “primal movements.” Today’s functional training session will practice and build upon those foundational moves.
This full body routine has an added focus on foundational movements like the squat and press. The dip-drive technique teaches us to use our entire body to move weight and generate power.
This combination of strength training and isometric exercises (static holds) will force you to stabilize your muscles through fatigue. Prepare for a full body burn!
Start as heavy as you can and finish with body weight so you can completely exhaust one muscle group before moving on to the next!