Trainer Scott Fitness Boot Camp on Class Pass
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I LOVE this boot camp. I have been going 2-3 times a week for 3 months now and I feel a huge difference. It used to be hard for me to do one push-up, last night I did 15 easily.
Scott is really great at motivating you and letting you do things at your own pace. I highly recommend this for anyone that feels like they need help or an extra little push.
Scott’s bootcamps and personal training sessions are awesome. He keeps the workouts fun and interesting (haven’t had to hit a treadmill yet) but kicks your ass. I may actually be able to get back into my high school soccer shape at this rate! As well, the convienient after work and Saturday times make it hard to find an excuse to miss. Check it out… You won’t regret it.
Scott’s boot camps are awesome. The work outs are intense, but he always keeps you entertained with funny stories. Two thumbs up!
I highly reccommend Scott’s personal training and bootcamps. I love that I get a great workout for a cheap price. He does a wonderful job pushing you to your limits and makes the time go by quickly. You won’t be dissappointed.
Group Fitness Class
What is a Group Fitness Class? A group of people working out together to achieve health and fitness goals together. It holds you accountable and pushes your limits. They group dynamic can be fun. You can meet new people too.
Trainer Scott’s Group Personal Training is aimed at building a camaraderie of people who workout together and push each other. It’s become like a family over the years. These men and women have pushed each other to new levels of fitness. Setting gym records and then break each other’s reps and times all the time.
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1. MORE MOTIVATION
The thought of pushing through a gut-wrenching workout on your own might not get you excited about hitting the weights—but killing it in an hour-long workout alongside 20–30 other people? That’s a different story. Group fitness classes are known to be a great way to kick yourself into gear on those days when all you reallywant to do is plant yourself on the couch. Between vibrant instructors and motivational music, group classes help rev up lackluster energy levels, making them ideal for individuals who consistently find themselves skipping the gym for beers with coworkers.
2. ACCOUNTABILITY FACTOR
Skipping a solo workout has few consequences. Ditching your friends, however, could lead to some unwanted social shunning. Simply put, meeting workout buddies for a sweat session makes you much more likely to head to the gym. Now, multiply that effect by, say, 20 (the number of fitness buddies counting on you to show up), and you’re that much less likely to slough off your workout.
3. VARIETY AND FUN
Doing the same old routine over and over can feel dull and mundane after a while. But group fitness classes tend to emphasize variety, providing an always-fresh level of fun while still getting you in shape. And, with the growing number of class types, there’s bound to be one to fit whatever mood you happen to be in. Also, since instructors usually vary from session to session, even an “identical” class can seem unique depending on who’s teaching.