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First Fitness Boot Camp Class

First Fitness boot camp class

First Fitness Boot Camp Class $10

Come in for your First Fitness boot camp class for only $10 right now at Denver personal trainer Scott’s gym

What are people saying about Trainer Scott Personal Training Fitness classes?

If you’re looking for a personal trainer in Denver that’s cool, knowledgable, funny, and an international man of mystery, then Trainer Scott is your man. He mixes it up with personal training, full body boot camp style workouts, crossfit exercises, and more. He works with anyone, teens, kids, the elderly, obese people, you name. It specializes in sports specific training too. He’s a fitness coach that gives tennis lessons too.
Scott is a great trainer who will motivate you and kick your butt! He has great hours, great prices and makes it fun. Love this gym and trainer!
Scott’s classes are fantastic! They are extremely challenging but not discouraging. Each workout so far has been different, and incorporates every part of the body. Butt-kicking fun and highly recommended!
I went from zero to hero in 3 months. I love that there are both advanced and beginners mixed in the class so it’s motivating to see progress from both sides. Scott makes class fun and challenging so you feel like Rawwwr.
I just finished my first month of boot camp with and I can truly say that Scott will push you with a wide variety of workouts and exercises that will challenge you in a different way each day. Great trainer and a better guy!
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The circuit we’ve designed here doesn’t let up. When you train any squat variation, plus the pullup and the dip, you work nearly every muscle in your body, and your heart will race to supply them with blood and oxygen. Performing a decreasing number of reps—10 to 1—helps you keep the workout going even as you get fatigued. It’ll also get you leaner, and build the endurance that’ll build the fitness you need to rattle off a high number of reps in one shot. Plus: Feel free to use this workout to win bar bets about how many pullups you can do.

Reps: 10 to 1 Rest: 0 sec.
Stand with feet shoulder-width apart and squat down about halfway. Jump as high as you can. Land with soft knees and begin the next rep. Perform 10 reps. Each time you repeat the circuit, perform one less rep. So the next round you’ll do 9 reps, then 8, and so on, down to 1 rep.

Reps: 10 to 1 Rest: 0 sec.
Hang from a pullup bar, jungle gym, or tree limb and pull yourself up until your chin is higher than your hands. Start with a 10-rep set, performing one fewer rep per set in each circuit as described in the jump squat.

3. Dip
Reps: 10 to 1 Rest: 0 sec.
Suspend yourself over parallel bars and then lower your body until your upper arms are parallel to the floor. Perform 10 reps down to 1, as you do with the prior two exercises.

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