Yes people, dust off your VHS player and let’s get down on some Buns Of Steel!
If you are like me and I suppose the rest of modern America, I do not own a VHS player anymore but not to fret just head on over to the dollar bin at Wal-Mart or Best Buy and pick up the new DVD version of this amazing classic! And don’t worry it still has the awesome eighties packaging and is the exact same video.
This baby was actually a gift from one of my clients who said she saw it and couldn’t resist buying it. Too bad for her it KILLED me and I can’t wait to start using some of the moves good old Greg Smithey came up with on her! So to all my clients please look at this man and thank him for your new fab booty.
I am very serious about this workout being a killer! The cardio warmup involves your arms the ENTIRE time and they were definitely feeling the burn by the time we were ready to begin the “real” workout. The next part of the workout is obviously all buns, mainly focusing on your hips and those abductors and adductors that shape them. It was killer and Greg was a
cheesey great motivator reminding us that “we are going to impress people coming and going”, and to “keep squeezing all that fat right out of our hips”.
The length of each move was what was really hard about this workout. Imagine an hour-long Pilates class doing only about 5 moves over and over, it burns deep and in places I never knew existed after a while. I wanted to give up but instead I decided to just people watch all of the class members in the background to keep me distracted. The eighties were not the best in the way of exercise gear. Not only are there high cut leotards but they wear spandex under them and then a different color underwear over them. Add in leg warmers and the occasional fannie pack and the only thing I can say is best people watching I’ve done in a while. Here is my favorite girl, she had it all and then some!:
Please notice the belt and the amazeballs headband over the perm mixed with leg warmers and those fresh reebok hightops. I die.
Moral of the story is trying some of these classics could be a great way to mix up your workouts and give you new old ideas for fashion and exercises.