Coming from a military background, running a bootcamp seemed like a natural move for me.
Scott, 30, who came first in the gruelling UK Tough Mudder assault course and 11th at the global event in the USA last year, believes pushing yourself to your limits is the key to exercise success.
He said: “Running a normal exercise class would bore me, I enjoy being outdoors, pushing people to their limits and changing things around all the time which you wouldn’t get in a normal gym class.
“There are no egos allowed at the bootcamp. It’s all about team work and as the instructor, my role is to constantly motivate everyone and keep them on their toes.
“It’s a social experience too for keep fit fans. It is also a great way to get the best out of everyone’s capabilities.
“When I started SBF Bootcamp, I came up with the idea to use different bib colours for the various fitness levels from fitness freaks to the other end of the scale – girls and guys getting started so everyone gets worked accordingly and people don’t feel as though they are holding class members back.
It works well and I get the most satisfaction out of seeing bootcampers confidence grow.
Above all, we laugh all the way through our sessions. Fitness should be hard work but fun too.
Scott teaches bootcamp every Tuesday and Friday at 6.30pm at Muirmill Equestrian Centre, Dundonald.
He also teaches kettle bells every Tuesday at Irvine Sports Club at 9.30am and circuits at the same venue on Thursday at 9.30am.