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Through a tough, yet effective series of dynamic and energizing exercises, following a brief aerobic warm-up, Greg Smithey, former World Class Pole Vaulter, leads you on the road to a tighter, stronger and more toned, lower half. Greg incorporates the lower body strengthening exercises he used to train for vaulting, into his demanding, targeted routine. Once you see the remarkable results, all your hard work, commitment and dedication, will be well worth the effort !
Greg Smithey has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physical Education from Idaho State University and a Masters degree in Education from the University of Idaho. Greg was the Big Sky Conference Pole Vault Champion and record holder in 1972, as well as Assistant Track Coach at the University of Idaho in 1977. Greg has also held teaching positions at the Elementary, Middle, and High School levels. Greg has been certified by the International Dance Exercise Association as a fitness instructor. The Original Buns of Steel video was produced at Greg's Hip Hop Aerobics Club in Anchorage, Alaska in 1987.
The DVD has two chapters, standing warm up and the floor workout. If you decide to skip the DVD'S warm up, it would be advisable to do some sort of alternative warm up in it's place. Here are a few ideas, walk in place and do some of the arm exercises seen on the DVD warm up, ride a stationary bike, go jogging, you get the picture. Warming up your basic core muscles will increase your overall exercise experience in a very positive way. This part also helps in weight loss! You do want to see results, don't you?
OK here it is...If you are going to dedicate and commit yourself to doing the Original Buns of Steel workout consistently, you must realize that all of the work that you put into this challenging and intensely targeted routine without using good common sense eating habits is dumb, dumb, dumb!!! Enough said.