How is it Done?
Here’s what you can expect when you come into our gym: There is a different workout posted each day, so neither you nor your muscles will get bored. You’ll never know what you’ll face until you walk in the door. Tabatas? Partner workouts? An obstacle course? Yes, yes, and yes! Your muscles won’t know what hit them.
Once you’ve seen the workout mapped out on the board—and get a chance to meet your fellow athletes—you’ll get started. The warmup is usually about 15 minutes long and often consists of a short run or row along with a few other exercises to get the blood flowing. Next up? The fitness test. This is a two-minute challenge that will help you document your progress. It too varies each day. One day you might be tested to see how many air squats you can do in two minutes; on another you might be asked to count your Russian kettlebell swings.
After a bit of ab work, your body will be ready to dive right into the main segments of the workout. Usually these consist of a variety of circuits that will challenge you and push you. Here are a few of the exercises you might find in the FIT boot camp Denver WOD (workout of the day):
Pullups and chinups
And more you haven’t even thought of (but we have!)