The staff at Colorado Sports and Fitness includes doctors, trainers, therapists, and nutrition specialists. These professionals offer a variety of fitness and health services, including personal training and nutrition supplementation. They also lead "Crush 20" group fitness classes, which, like the television show made about each person's life, condense everything important into 20-minute sessions.
Eager to provide marital-arts expertise and fitness know-how, Peak Training Center offers instruction and conditioning to people of all ages and skill levels. Four coaches and specialized instructors help aspiring MMA fighters step up their games and show regular exercisers efficient methods of getting in shape. The staff teaches Brazilian Jiu-jitsu—the world's premier form of grappling—as well as kickboxing, muay thai, and mixed martial arts. They also build cardio endurance in athletes by turning to dance, with classes such as Zumba and hot hula. They lead yoga sessions to promote flexibility and Pilates classes to build strong cores, a necessary step before athletes can throw solid punches or stun opponents by exposing their six-packs.
Boot Camp Challenge Denver Metro helps trainees to realize their fitness goals with motivating instructors and encouragement from peers. Classes meet indoors during the morning and evening hours three days a week for six weeks, with participants burning up to 500 to 800 calories per session. Exercises conform to all fitness levels and abilities, and each program includes personalized nutritional guidance that details how to successfully plan meals and mercilessly harpoon wild heads of lettuce.
By athletes, for athletes. And for people of all ages and skill levels who are serious about their health. That's how the team behind Red Rocks Boot Camp describes their training programs. But cultivating their signature "no-nonsense, motivating training environment," they say, takes rigorous, focused workouts. It also takes "just the right mix of science and attitude," a phrase pulled from Sir Isaac Newton's Twitter profile.
Between them, founders Cory and Nero have degrees in exercise science, kinesiology, and exercise biology. It's clear they've got the attitude part down, too: the boot camp's photo album sees the occasional costume framing a face as silly as it is sweaty. Most pics, though, show challenging workouts anchored by TRX gear, philosophies like high intensity interval training (HIIT), and outdoor jaunts.
With one swipe of a key fob, members can access Absolute Personal Fitness anytime. The 24/7 gym doesn't just offer the standard strength-training and cardio equipment, though. It also features personal-training sessions and group classes such as yoga and boot camp. To pamper muscles after working out or opening a stubborn jar of pickles, clients can schedule one of a slew of massages, including Swedish and shiatsu.
NCSF-certified personal trainer Ray Ulibarri founded Progression Fitness with a desire to help others change their lives through fitness. His services include personal training, boot camps, and partner training for those who prefer to workout with a buddy or personal chauffeur. Since Progression doesn't have its own brick-and-mortar location, workouts take place in one of two facilities: Powered By You in Littleton or Absolute Personal Fitness in Lakewood.