Here's an interesting workout I came up with a couple of months ago.

It starts out relatively easy, but gets harder with each level (hence the name "Levels"). You'll need to pick a bunch of exercises for this one -- anywhere between 8 and 12 exercises seems to work out best. I like to spread them out around the body, but you can pick on an area or two if you like. I'm going to use some exercises for this blog post for example. You are welcome to use these or pick your own.

Level 1: 10 push ups (finish in 30 seconds or less)

Level 2: 10 push ups 10 squats (finish in 60 seconds or less)

Level 3: 10 push ups 10 squats 10 sit ups (finish in 90 seconds or less)

Level 4: 10 push ups 10 squats 10 sit ups 10 shoulder presses (finish in 2 minutes or less)

Level 5: 10 push ups 10 squats 10 sit ups 10 shoulder presses 10 jumping jacks (finish in 2 and a half minutes or less)

Level 6: 10 push ups 10 squats 10 sit ups 10 shoulder presses 10 jumping jacks 10 burpees (finish in 3 minutes or less)

Level 7: 10 push ups 10 squats 10 sit ups 10 shoulder presses 10 jumping jacks 10 burpees 10 chest presses (finish in 3 and a half minutes or less)

Level 8: 10 push ups 10 squats 10 sit ups 10 shoulder presses 10 jumping jacks 10 burpees 10 chest presses 10 calories on the stationary bike (finish in 4 minutes or less)

I could keep going, but you get the idea by now.

If you've been to the camp recently, you may have gone through that workout, or a version of it.