Les Mills - BodyCombat 58 - Master Class, Music CD-Год выпуска: 2013 Страна: New Zeland Жанр: фитнес Продолжительность: 01:00:16 Язык: Английский Перевод: Отсутствует-Описание: В основе BodyCombat лежат техники нескольких видов единоборств – таких как кикбоксинг, муай-тай, капоэйра, каратэ, тай-чи и таэквон-до. Эта взрывная смесь положена на десять музыкальных треков, выстроенных друг за другом с чередованием силовой и аэробной нагрузки. Жесткий формат урока включает в работу все мышцы тела и требует 100-процентной отдачи, как на физическом, так и на эмоциональном уровне. В процессе занятий происходит такой необыкновенный выброс энергии и эмоций, что к концу у участников «боя» абсолютно не остается сил. Зато и результат – налицо. Можно сразу после тренировки встать на весы – и станет все понятно! За час фитнес-боя сжигается огромное количество калорий. Также укрепляется сердечно-сосудистая система, улучшается гибкость и осанка. А главное – обретается уверенность в своих силах.-Choreographed: Dan and Rachael Cohen--Качество: DVDRip Формат: AVI Видео: 720x400 (1.80:1), 23.976 fps, XviD ~1399 kbps, 0.20 bit/pixel Аудио: 48 kHz, AC3, 2/0 (L,R) ch, ~192 kbps -
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01a. Blow Me (One Last Kiss) (Max Kinscheck Remix) - Dirty Scandal
01b. Scream (Tobi feat. LuTraXx Remix) - Killah Swagger
02. Strobelight (Original) - Laidback Luke & Lee Mortimer
03. Shooting Star (Storm’s HS Remix) - Bang!
04. Bass Laser - Digital Ma$$ feat. U-Neek
05. Cold As Ice (Weaver and Suae Intro Mix) - East Coast Masif
06. Action - Score And The Finger
07. It’s A Fight - Beach Incarnation
08. My Forever Love - Sy And Unknown
09. People Like Us - Kelly Clarkson
10. Till I Collapse - The Junkyard Scoller
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"TRACK 1A – Oh how I love thee! This track embodies in my opinion, the perfect upper body warmup. Modern, upbeat, fun, and with ample space in the music to cue and introduce each of the moves correctly. I don’t believe in complex combinations in the warm up, I believe the warm up should 1) warm you up, obviously, 2) teach you the moves and 3) elevate the mood. This track ticks all three of those. Also! There is a little dubstep interlude. *squee* I hear you now, “ What???? Dubstep you say?! I hate it immediately.” Seriously, the little bit they have in there is a WICKED contrast, and I feel that using dubstep *this* way is a great way to get people used to the sound. TRACK 1B – Also, how I love thee! This track flows on perfectly from 1A, my only criticism is that it brings back the shoot. Using the shoot isn’t a problem, but I personally believe if you’re going to introduce a move in the warmup, it should then be present somewhere else in the release. The shoot wasn’t present elsewhere, so in my opinion, it’s introduced for nothing. But, the tune is awesome, sooooo… whatever! :D TRACK 2 – David from France presented this track, and let me just say this… I observed him in team teaches during the week and he struggled with the odd timing of the first combo. Due to no doubt a lot of hard work and practice, he NAILED the timing at the filming. The timing is odd though, and it takes a while to get used to. I LOVE the tune – though I am biased, if EDM were a human being, I’d marry it. It’s aggressive, dark, full of contrast, has lots of anticipation and build up, and very modern sounding. It’s not as aggressive on the musical palate as First Of The Year, so if you are worried about members not being used to the sound, this one is easier to digest, and they’ll probably be too distracted over how much their quads are hurting anyway! TRACK 3 – Zhengjie mentioned in his review that his pet peeve is when songs are recycled. I’m not a fan either *when* the sound is similar. For me, the tune that is used here, while recycled, is AWESOME, and is different enough sounding that you can continue to use the original track as well. Think of the difference between No Good (38) and Don’ t Need (49). Same melody, but different sound, and different training. I really like this one, it does the job, gets the heartrate up, is fun. TRACK 4 – Time to do ALL the capoeira. The first time I saw this track, I was like “OMG I’m in love.” The second time I saw it, I went “… the music changed?!” I talked to Carrie after a team teach and she said that they weren’t able to acquire the worldwide rights to it, so had to do a last minute switch to another song, with the same choreography. The timing was slightly different even though the chorey between both tracks was the same. Giovanni did a really good job of adjusting to the new rhythm in the short space of time, so well done. This track is going to KILL your legs! TRACK 5 – My favourite of the release. It’s a recycled track, but the sound is so different between this and the release it was originally used in that you could continue to keep both in your library, and in your mixes. Daniel from the Netherlands presented this, and while he did a good job at filming, I actually want to draw attention to a moment in one of the team teaches that I was inspired by. The first team teach I attended, the microphone was absolutely murdered. What do I do when I don’t have a mic? Screech as loud as I can. But I don’t need to teach in Studio 1 to 100+ people. The way that he managed to precue every combo, every move using non-verbals, man! Totally inspiring. I know there was a BODYATTACK ed session a while back where Nathan Jones(?) demonstrated how to teach a track non verbally, I think having one for BODYCOMBAT would be a great idea. I have no doubt it would show most of the techniques that Daniel used that day. TRACK 6 – The first time I saw track 5, I was like “YAY we don’t have a lame, cheesy track 5! It’s all going to be good stuff from here.” Then track 6 began and I went “… what the hell is this???” I’m not a fan of the song, but I understand why it’s in there, and I tell you what, over the course of the week, it grew on me BIG time. By filming, I liked it. This track is completely different from everything else in the release – every other track has a dark edge, a thumping beat, and a throbbing bassline. Even the upbeat upper body warmup has that dubstep interlude which adds darkness to it. This one is all rock, and all fun. Plus, you get the bonus of UK presenter Dave Cross. This guy is pure class and I hope that he comes back and presents again. WOW. He basically presents an AIM2 masterclass in a matter of minutes. Every time he taught, I was blown away. TRACK 7 – This one does the job. It gets your heart rate up, knees and knees and knees and knees… it doesn’t do any favours for getting away from the stereotype of T7’s being “the track with the knees”. Rach coaches like an absolute machine in this track, so as I was paying attention to her the whole time, I honestly couldn’t tell you about the music if I tried! (sorry guys!) TRACK 8 – Dan says off the bat that this track is 1 minute 30 seconds (at least) shorter than the norm. I think this is FANTASTIC. One thing that we’ve seen is a trend towards longer tracks, which makes building mixes to time all the more challenging. It’s also harder if say, there is an equipment based program before yours on the timetable and you need to gain back some minutes to ensure the remaining classes don’t run too late. The shorter track doesn’t mean that you get any less of a workout though, as it’s basically 15 seconds… and BOOM! You’re in the thick of it! Love love love it. It’s a great singalong tune, and I think Dan belts out a good verse or so partway through his presentation of it – and he’s in tune! Go on Dan, I’m sure they’re still taking auditions for NZ’s Got Talent? You could call yourself The Singing Boxer. :D TRACK 9 – Nothing complicated or unachievable here, good tune, and a strong focus on the core. Dan’s doing awesome work in CXWORX, and I think that shows here too. I know that when I participate, the last thing I want to do after blasting my shoulders in T8 is more shoulder/chest work via push-ups/planks/etc. I tend to just sit there and look grumpy instead. This has been recognised, and there is a moment given for your shoulders to recover while the muscle focus is shifted elsewhere for a bit. Massive thumbs up from me. TRACK 10 – This cooldown is seriously amazing. I don’t think there was a cooldown that was as ‘meant for’ BODYCOMBAT as this one. Cooldowns don’t need to be soft rock – they don’t need to be Bruno Mars, or Bon Jovi, or whatever. The tune maintains that dark edge that is present throughout the release (sans T6), and the moves meld so perfectly with the melody that it takes your breath away. Overall, a very good release. I actually stopped participating in BODYCOMBAT for a good period of time due to favourite instructors of mine moving to different countries, and had no real interest in doing it again. This release makes me want to start doing it again. Dan and Rach, you’ve done a really good job with this release, I’m really looking forward to when the rest of the world gets to see it."
DrStandBy, здесь кроме самой тренировки в формате AVI, присутствует и музыка из данного урока с CD диска. Olu6ka, спасибо большое за материал.
Хм, тогда не понятно почему треклист оформлен упрощенным способом с приложением полноценного скрина, который на стороннем хостинге недолго и проживет
Спасибо Вам Огромное,Olu6ka.
Спасибо Вам Olu6ka
can you upload the video again with a better DVD quality Olu6Ka? This DVDRip looks more like a webrip. The Quality is not good. However, appreciate all your hard work. Without you Olu6Ka we wont be anywhere.
tyvm m8 , i love you can you by any chance upload bodycombat 52 and 53 ? sorry for speaking english but i dont speak russian . thnx again
Можете ли вы загрузите Les Mills - BodyCombat 58 и 59 с лучшим качеством DVD!!!!
Olu6ka, Hello Olu6ka, Les mills post finish? Nothing since 3 months now... =( Thank you, Jeremy
Если у вас есть возможность поставить хореографию заметки для тела бою 55, 57 и 58, было бы неплохо. Я собираю их список, и это только те, которые мне нужно.
К сожалению, если вы видите это как спам по бокам, но я немного фанатичными уважение к нотам.
(Google Translate) If you have the opportunity to put the choreography notes for body combat 55, 57 and 58, it would be nice. I collect a list of them, and it's only the ones I need.
Sorry if you see it as spam on the sites, but I'm a bit fanatical according to the notes.
Thanks for the upload :D
Выполнена замена видеофайла Спасибо bara77 за исходник видео!
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