The Interval Training Program

With the circuit/boot camp program you will get access to…

55 workouts with all types of equipment, 60 body weight only workouts, 36 body weight workouts with chin & dip bars, 60 body weight workouts with dumbbells, 51 body weight workouts with an electronic device, 36 workouts with dumbbells and chin & dip bars, 52 workouts with dumbbells and an electronic device.


  • Must-read important information.
  • The complete numbered-library of all 350 workouts.
  • A substitute exercise list.
  • Weekly training format examples.
  • A glossary of terms to better understand exercise specifics.



Don’t have access to a gym? Have no equipment at home? Have only a minimal collection of equipment? Only a treadmill and a set of dumbbells in your garage? Are you lucky enough to have a variety of equipment at your disposal? No problem! The circuit/boot camp options also offer three session time options to choose from. These times are approximate but should fit your schedule. Choose from either:

  • 45:00
  • 25:00 to 30:00
  • 10:00 to 15:00

…and further broken down into four different completion methods to add more variety:

  • Rep count downs and/or ups
  • Round-accumulating
  • Station-type with pre-set work and rest times
  • Timed challenges

All circuit/boot camp workouts are conducted with body weight only exercises, medicine balls, Swiss balls, BOSU balls, dumbbells, weighted bars, chin & dip bars, elastic bands, battle ropes, weight plates, suspension trainers, weighted sleds, slide disks, electronic devices, and other miscellaneous tools.

All options can be implemented into your busy schedule. Have an hour to train? Use a 45-minute workout. Have only 30 minutes to train? Use one of the 25:00 to 30:00 workouts. Hard-pressed for time and only have a mere 20 minutes? Pick one of the 10:00 to 15:00 options. With the short but effective 10:00 to 15:00 choices, there is no “No time to train” excuse. In fact, you can even combine workouts for more variety and fit them into your planned training time. For example:

  • 30-minute session = combine two 10:00 to 15:00 workouts
  • 45-minute session = combine a 10:00 to 15:00 and 25:00 to 30:00 workout
  • 45-minute session = combine three 10:00 to 15:00 workouts
  • One-hour session = combine two 25:00 to 30:00 workouts
  • One-hour session = combine a 10:00 – 15:00 and 45:00 workout

Mix them up – vary the type and completion method – challenge yourself. They all work if you work.

Personal trainers rejoice!

These workouts are ideal for personal trainers who train clients with traditional one-hour or 30-minute training sessions. Simply choose one of the 45:00 options in the one-hour session or a 25:00 – 30:00 option into the half-hour session. Alternatively, use one of the combination options suggested above. They’re ready-made, easily implemented, and time-saving due to all pre-planned details.