When I released my first workout DVD, I thought “man, that is a GREAT workout… with flawed production.” Let me be more specific: the music was monotonous, lighting and sound were bad, my verbals were cheesy, post-production music was laid over improperly so there are many parts where movement is not synchronized with the music, and all-in-all, every aspect was subpar… BESIDES the very reason for the DVD: the workout. The workout was phenomenal! With reservation, I went ahead and released the product. Some loved it for the workout, in spite of the production quality; others hated it for the production, in spite of the workout. Either way, there was no denying that it could have been better. Two years went by, and I still couldn’t shake the conviction that an exercise routine that awesome deserved better presentation. Recently, I teamed up with GoFit, LLC, and we shot a revisited edition to Kettlebell: Butts & Guts. Oh presentation everything! I have shot several workout DVDs since my first, some which haven’t released yet, and all which are very good, but this new version of Kettlebell: Butts & Guts is my personal favorite. (HUGE thanks to GoFit, LLC, for believing in this workout!) It fills my heart with joy to present to you “Kettlebell: Butts & Guts.” Here’s the trailer:
The original version of Kettlebell: Butts & Guts is still available at cardiopump.com… I tell you that through gritted teeth, as you now know my feelings about that one. It’s on a deep clearance sale, and when it’s gone, it’s gone. The new version is also now available! From the revisited edition, expect new music, warm-up, venue, producer and director. There’s some additional core and hamstring work. With far superior presentation, this DVD will teach you the same hardcore 40-minute cardio kettlebell workout, 15-minute express workout, and awesome abs routine you learned in the original.
Never have I been more proud of work that I present to you than I am of “Kettlebell: Butts & Guts” revisited edition.