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Is pull-up/squat boot camp workout intense? Sir, yes sir!

Posted: April 22, 2013 at 1:56 a.m.

Paul Fajer, a personal trainer at Little Rock Athletic Club, had no problem whatsoever doing the Burpee Pull-up, but exercisers who lack his strength, height and experience can modify the exercise by replacing the pull-ups with a leap to touch the bar.

Paul Fajer, a personal trainer at Little Rock Athletic Club, had no problem whatsoever doing the Burpee Pull-up, but exercisers who lack his strength, height and experience can modify the exercise by replacing the pull-ups with a leap to touch the bar.

Boot camp classes have become all the rage among serious fitness enthusiasts. These action-packed group exercise formats attract all sorts of people, from the soccer mom to the professional athlete.

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ActiveStyle, Pages 28 on 04/22/2013

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