I've had a tractor tire in my garage for about two years now, which I flip down my driveway and beat with a sledge hammer about once a week in the nicer weather. Also do push-ups and shoulder tap planks on it. My neighbors, I think expect these things of me by now. But I want to teach sessions of "Extreme Outdoor Fitness" at Lockport's Challenge Fitness this summer (I contract there) and I needed to be "certified". So to Bo's Dome I went.
Darren had us start by jogging & running a couple 40 yard dashes and some other warm-up activities and then started showing us different movements with tires. Always demonstrating the proper technique and pointing out queuing commands. We moved from marching on the tires to jumps, to inside jumps (lateral, alternating 12 to 6, alternating 10 to 4 & 2 to 8s as well in & out), to flips, dead lifting, rolling, and slamming with a sledge hammer; we did single leg activities, push-ups, elevated planks with all sorts of variety of additional movements. Then as a bonus we played with some of the complexes other "toys".
At the end of two hours, I was dripping in sweat and totally exhausted, but had that content and satisfied feeling that a great workout gives you. I was also "certified" to do the classes! Give me a call and we can play with a tire sometime soon, you won't regret it.