Today CrossFit is a worldwide fitness program that involves strength and conditioning of the body. The training program incorporates everything from a casual jog or sprint to high-intensity weightlifting or squatting. “Workout of the Day” is what is meant when the word WOD is uttered.
And in today’s world, working out is as necessary as taking one’s daily cup of tea. This daily fitness regime does not only demand total dedication, determination, and enthusiasm, but also a suitable regimen of working out so that your body can get maximum effectiveness from the workout regimen.
Now, since CrossFit is a strength conditioning program, there are a number of workouts you may perform to enhance your strength. But don’t worry about it anymore. For here an attempt is made to present a handful of simple workouts that can be practiced so that you stay fit in a particular regime.
Let’s Get to the CrossFit Bootcamp Workouts
Here is a list of workouts that you may go for when practicing WODs for enhancing your strength.
WOD-A – This WOD includes the following:
- db twists – 20
- sprint – 500 m
- box steps w/db – 35
- db swings – 42
- squats – 55
- push-ups – 25
- burpees – 62
- sprint – 500 m
WOD-B – This WOD includes the following:
- sprint – 300 m
- squats – 30
- v-ups – 20
- amrap – 30 min
WOD-C – This WOD includes the following:
- Jump rope/sit-ups
After this tough workout, don’t forget a healthy snack to fuel your body back up.
This WOD calls for three people to form a team that can be completed in any rep or order scheme that they prefer (e.g. 40 lunges, 40 squats, 40 push-ups, 40 box steps – 12 rounds).
- 400 squats with bags of sand
- Do 400 lunges with bags of sand
- 400 push-ups (those who are not doing push-ups should clutch the sand bags)
- 400 box steps with bags of sand
- 4×200 m sprint with bags of sand
The bags of sand should not come in contact with the ground the entire time (otherwise penalty of 10 burpees for the whole team)
CrossFit Toronto Bootcamp Workouts
Different stations are set depending on the number of people. The speed is laid down by the sprinter. Furthermore, a sprinting tally of reps is reserved for every station. The person who runs goes off to the one who rests, the one who rests goes to the slam ball, and the one who slams the ball runs to the press push and like that . . .
- run with db – 300 m
- db swings or rest
- box jumps or slam ball
- dips or push press
WOD-F – This WOD includes the following in eight rounds.
- v-ups – 15
- box jumps – 15
- squat jumps – 15
- push press – 15
- db twist – 15
WOD-G – For Time
- 200m run
- 3 db thrusters
- 3 pull-ups/ring rows
- 300m run
- 6 db thrusters
- 6 pull-ups/ring rows
- 400m run
- 9 thrusters
- 9 pull-ups/ring rows
- 300m run
- 12 thrusters
WOD-G – For Time
- 500m run
- 10 db twists
- 20 push ups
- 30 box steps w/db
- 40 db swings
- 50 squats
- 60 burpees
- 500m run
Do you want to kick these workouts to the next level? Then you’ll need to consider wearing a weight vest, or other weighted clothing while doing them. Check out our top recommendation here: All About Weighted Clothing.
8 Minute Boot Camp Workout
These are in short some of the top CrossFit boot camp workouts that you may perform with your gym mates or family or friends who are into CrossFit. This will not only strengthen your body and keep you fit but will also enhance your proficiency as a team player, which will help you in other aspects of life as well.
Enjoy your workout! And if you’re looking for some new gear, a good place to start is our list of minimalist shoes for CrossFit. Serious performance with not a lot of weight on the feet!
What about Boot Camp vs CrossFit?
You may see some boot camp classes advertised in your local community, along with CrossFit classes. Are these two things interchangeable? And, what are the differences and similarities between the two. Let’s find out!
Boot Camp vs CrossFit: Similarities
- Both focus on functional fitness and improving general fitness levels
- Many of the exercises are similar (running, rowing, push-ups, pull-ups, Kettlebells, burpees, box jumps, jumping, rope climbing, etc.)
- Both styles of workouts are group classes and focus on building community
- They both became popular around the same time
- No two workouts are ever the same
- Both of these workouts can be pretty intense and work well for the “hard-core” athlete
Boot Camp vs CrossFit: Differences
- The main difference between the two is weightlifting. CrossFit has lots of it, and boot camp workouts generally have none.
- There is more specific lingo in CrossFit (RX, WOD, AMRAP, etc.)
- Bootcamp has its’ origins in the military, while CrossFit does not
- CrossFit has the CrossFit Games for elite athletes, while boot camp workouts do not have this style of competition
- CrossFit can easily be done on your own schedule. Boot camp workouts are generally done with a group
- Boot camp classes generally have a limited duration (6 weeks for example), while CrossFit does not
Have your Say about these CrossFit Bootcamp Workouts
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