DVD Review: Billy’s BootCamp: Ab BootCamp, Billy Blanks (2005)

November 21st, 2005 11:59 pm by mad mags

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Ab BootCamp is part of Billy Blanks’s newest (circa 2005) Tae Bo series, Billy’s BootCamp firefox could not search engine from. I’ve been a Tae Bo fan for about two years now, and own many of his early DVDs, including the original 4-pack, Tae Bo II: Get Ripped (still my favorite), Ultimate Abs/Butt, and Ultimate Upper/Lower Body herunterladen. While I love the early stuff, the Tae Bo workouts that he’s produced since switching studios (from Ventura Distribution to Good Times Entertainment) seem more stylish, but considerably less difficult, than his earlier work herunterladen. I was especially disappointed with Tae Bo Cardio and the Tae Bo Capture the Power series. However, I found myself growing bored with what I had, so I bit the bullet and bought the Tae Bo BootCamp series bei youtube musik herunterladen. I’m happy to say that I don’t regret my decision one bit!

Unlike the other BootCamp workouts, the Ab BootCamp does not require the “Billy Bands” (a pair of elastic bands that loop around your feet and hands, thus adding considerable – almost impossible – resistance to your workout) apps tesla. Thus, you can purchase this one DVD on its own and not have to worry about buying extra equipment.

The workout runs about 35 minutes in length – and boy, oh boy, what a butt-kicking 35 minutes it is outlook 2016 mails vollständig herunterladen! As always, Billy starts out with some stretching and warm-ups. Next up are calisthenics, including a series of squats with pelvic thrusts that I’ve never seen in Tae Bo before os x 10.12 downloaden. The class also spends a good amount of time in horse stance (squatting, butts thrust towards the floor), arms up, torsos twisting from side to side. This REALLY allows you to concentrate on your abs and work the waist autodesk autocad herunterladen. Billy has introduced this particular exercise in many previous workouts, but never in this much depth or for such a long period. You can really feel your abs and legs working here film aus arte mediatheken. Finally, it’s down to the floor for a series of crunches and similar ab exercises. Thankfully, Billy mixes it up a bit and allocates some time for stretching, which definitely takes the edge off the more extreme ab work.

I’ve only done Ab BootCamp about five times now, but I already notice a difference in my abs. I’m adding this one to my regular rotation, no doubt. Since it’s also slightly shorter than many of the other DVDs I own (by 15 to 20 minutes), it’s good for those mornings when you’re running a little late but still want to squeeze a decent workout in. A must for anyone who wants to work their abs (and who doesn’t!?). Five stars all around!

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