I will be teaching 3 out of the 4 sessions this year. Even though it's good money, I didn't want to get burnt out and wanted to be able to enjoy the summer so I decided not to teach from the end of June to the beginning of August. My days seem very busy now with working out at 5am, working from 7:30am-4:00pm and then leaving to teach boot camp at 5:45pm and not getting home until almost 8:00pm. I feel like Tuesday nights are my only nights for me, which means running errands & catching up on my TV shows. By the way, I'm seriously lacking on that last one. I have shows on my DVR from the beginning of March!
The boot camp is great because I bring all the equipment (medicine balls, mats, dumbbells, resistance bands, agility ladder, agility hurdles, agility rings, cones, and jump ropes) and each workout I put together is completely different. I do a lot of circuits as well as high intensity cardio bursts (suicides, squat jumps, split lunge jumps, etc.) The participants test in on the first day of camp by running/jogging/walking 1 mile and doing push ups. They will test out on the last day of camp to see improvements.
The space where I set up between the trees
The bad thing about bringing the equipment is that I keep it in my car 24/7 so this is what my backseat currently looks like
And my trunk with more equipment
The hill I like to make them sprint up, do lunges up, or jog up & then do push ups at the top
Part of my set-up with their mats & medicine balls
You can barely see them but between the cones I have mini hurdles set up for part of the circuit