Welcome to the Stronger BCSS Workout Video Library. Over the next several months, we’ll be filling this section up with all types of training workouts that you can watch on your computer, tablet, or phone.

Be sure to check back often, as new workouts will be added each week. Many of these sessions have been designed to take a minimalist approach to training- which means you can complete the session with a small amount of space, and just one or two pieces of fitness equipment.

Training sessions are separated below by the training focus and the equipment required!

Happy training everyone!

Minimalist Free Weight Training

Grab a pair of free weights, a yoga mat, and a stability ball if you have one! These 30-40 minute, multi-focal sessions are a great place to start!

Functional Core Strength: Stability Ball 101

The stability ball is all you’ll need here. Get ready to challenge your core strength, stability, and postural control with these minimalist training sessions that are built to run for 20-30 minutes.

Kettlebell Training

Although the kettlebell provides us with a fantastic minimalist solution for fitness- we can’t ignore its demand for proper technique and form. If you’re just getting started with kettlebell training- be sure to take it slow- and as is the case with everything else, prioritize quality of movement above quantity when it comes to volume and intensity.

Medicine Ball Training

The medicine ball is another incredible piece of minimalist training equipment. Using the medicine ball as a training tool for full-body power and rapid force development is a great option- but we can also rely on it for a variety of basic strength movements.

Resistance Band & Resistance Loop Training

Resistance bands and loops aren’t just a great warm-up and primer tools. We can build entire workouts with elastic resistance to prioritize stability, motor control, and better form/technique training in general. Depending on how many rounds you’re up for, these sessions could last anywhere from 20 to 40 minutes.

Bodyweight Only, Functional Movement & Strength Training

Sometimes- less is more. And sometimes, less- can mean nothing at all. Let’s focus on a few great ways to get your body working without any equipment and minimal space requirements. These routines can extend to full workouts, or can be added as dynamic mobility and stability elements to an existing workout as your choice!