Judge David Johnson used to be called "Superbody" by his coworkers until they started calling him "Godlike Studboy."
Kick and punch your way to a sweaty 54 minutes.
This fitness DVD stresses the "boot camp" gimmick, which, as far as I can tell, entails wearing baggy camouflage pants and punching and kicking in the air repeatedly. Superbody Boot Camp gives you 50-plus minutes of thrusting, flailing, squatting and grunting, which, by my layperson's estimation, should burn a handy amount of calories.
Tracey Mallet runs point for this program and she has the perfect name for a fitness instructor. "Mallet." Sweet. Though it would have been cooler if her name was Deltoid Von Crunch-Smasher, but that's nitpicking. Mallet is a Master Pilates Instructor and owns a physical therapy company in California.
The workout is sorted into separate routines, and Mallet is aided in her choreography by four background accomplices, two guys and two girls (look for an amusing screw-up by one of the guys as he punches out of time). These are the included exercises:
• "Basic Training Warm-Up"
The only needed accessories are some free weights and the ability to kick the air without tearing a groin muscle. Razor Digital gives you a solid DVD with 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen presentation and a 2.0 stereo mix. Extras include the bonus ab workout, a seven-day diet plan menu and a tour of the Casa Cody Inn, where the program was filmed.
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Scales of Justice
Studio: Razor Digital
• Bonus Workout
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