Duncan Boltt

 

How I work

I use a fantastic system for clients called the coach for life. First we Start with 1:1 personal training session around 12-20 During these sessions I teach you how to master the basic movements of Crossfit. After this If your ready you move to a group Crossfit class I coach and I continue to work closely with you but you also now get the added bonus of being part of the community at my gym. Long term its a really cost effective solution as its cheaper than personal training and much more fun and gives you a sense of purpose.

Crossfit is a fantastic way to get fit and is suitable for all levels and abilities from complete beginners. It also gets fantastic results.

Background

I enjoy all sports but my main sport is rugby. I am currently playing for Shelford rugby club which is a great local club and has four teams therefore caters for any level.

Challenges

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I really enjoy a good challenge. I find by challenging my self I am better adept at inspiring my clients and helping them find goals and their own challenges.

Channel swim

This year I am training to swim the channel from Dover to France. Check out my blog for more details.

Chariots of fire

Our team came 5th in the group competition, My (1.8 miles) leg took me 9 minutes 15.

Marathon indoor row

On New Year’s Eve, with two of my clients, we raised over 500 pounds for East Anglia’s Children’s hospice by each rowing a marathon.

English indoor rowing championships

I came 4th in the 2km race at the English indoor rowing championships in 2008. My time was 6minutes and 28 seconds.

3 peaks challenge

The three peaks challenge is a great team building exercise. I climbed Ben Nevis, Scarfel Pike and Snowden in 24 hours. We ended up jogging up Snowden in 1 hour to make the time.

Half Marathon

I completed the Norwich half marathon in 1 hr and 52 minutes, all on one of the hottest days of the year.

Lake Windermere

I swam the length of lake Windermere (12.5 miles) in 8 hours and 50 minutes in 2009.

World record -Unbroken wall balls 2107

I set and hold the world record for the most consecutive wall balls, the previous record was 200 and I did 452.

Qualifications

  • Crossfit Level 1 & 2
  • Crossfit gymnastics level 1
  • Premier Training International Diploma in Personal Training
  • Premier IQ Level 2 Certificate in Gym Instructing
  • Premier IQ Level 3 Certificate in Personal Training
  • Premier IQ Level 3 Certificate in Sports Massage
  • Premier Training International Certificate in Nutrition for Health and Fitness
  • Degree in Mechanical Engineering (BEng-hons)

Location

I work in my gym in Milton in North Cambridge, a great location for the science park.

 

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