FAMILY – FITNESS – FUN

Phone: (970) 532-2582
247 Mountain Ave., Berthoud, CO 80513

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Boxing at BAC

INTEGRATED BOXING PROGRAM AT BAC

Have you ever wanted to learn how to box?

This six-week program teaches the fundamentals of boxing in a progressive, interactive and non-threatening environment – for both men and women. It is a light-contact class

Mental Conditioning Benefits

  • Mental Clarity
  • Self-Confidence
  • Inner Strength
  • Self-Respect
  • Personal
  • Awareness                                                                   

Physical Conditioning Benefits

  • Endurance
  • Flexibility
  • Speed/Reflexes
  • cardio-vascular
  • Hand-eye, feet, and full-body coordination
  • Abdominals, upper body, and leg strength.

Scott Crossen founder of the Integrated Boxing Program

Scott Crossen, Boxing Trainer

Scott had his first boxing match in 1971 and studied the art of boxing and martial arts over the next 12 years. He learned various styles of martial arts and fought competitively for two years. Scott taught street self-defense and began training other fighters (both aspiring and professional) in the late 70′s, through the 90′s. Scott has competed in and has trained others in many sports. He has special skills in working with a broad range of people from those just beginning to exercise to those in excellent physical condition. He is considered very patient, but can be tough when needed. Scott believes that exercise is more than working the body. He teaches that proper exercise involves the body, mind, and spirit and believes that each of these parts of the human experience is equally important when exercising.  Scott loves hiking, cycling, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing and occasionally leads tours. To date, he has climbed 26, 14,000 foot mountains.  Scott has appeared in newspapers and on television for his athletic accomplishments and has solo bicycle toured more than 80,000 miles in the last 25 years.

In 1971, Scott was diagnosed with Juvenile Diabetes, now known as Type 1. He is without secondary complications and leads the JIGSAW Diabetes Support Group.