Brand New Butt and MoreJanis Saffell
Year Released: 2001
Categories: Lower Body Strength
As this tape already has a breakdown, I'll skip that part.
I like this tape a lot. I'm always looking for variety in my workouts, and this tape certainly delivers. As Janis states several times these moves are not your standard glute moves, but contain more of a functional emphasis. My biggest and really only compliant about this tape is that I wish she had more form pointers and that her pointers were much more in depth.
For example she has an exercise she calls a pike where you go from a plank to kind of a down dog position. I didn't feel much with this move until I noticed that she was going up onto her toes at the top of the move and by doing this and squeezing, I noticed much more work going on. She had four or five more moves where I would have like more in depth discussion of form. We could have also used pointers on maintaining balance in some of the positions.
This is a tape that can range from easier to extra hard depending on your concentration and what you put into it. All in all I really like this tape despite the name and cover. The cover is a major booty shot, and not one I would want laying around. It will turn off a lot of women.
My grade B+.
Janis is a fine instructor, cues well, but could have more form pointers. She is very likable in this tape.