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Boxout [VHS]

2.6 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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  • Format: Color, HiFi Sound, NTSC
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Umgd
  • VHS Release Date: July 13, 1999
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6302862590
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #307,023 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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As a person in her early 30's trying to get back into shape after kids and serious injuries, I have recently sought out many exercise videos. Since I enjoy boxing and kickboxing routines I thought I'd try this one for variety. How bad could it be? Well, I didn't like this video for several reasons...the music as well as the moves were relatively monotonous. The beat never changed, and the moves should have varied in pace at times...but they rarely did. Instead most of the moves were fairly slow and boring. And at times, the movements of the routine did not match the beat of the music. Also, there were a few movements in the routine that they did as a group which, since I exercise alone, left me wondering what to do. That threw me off, and I turned the video off at that point figuring I'll come back to it later after I've done one of my REAL workouts. I do have to add that many of the movements were similar to those I have done in other routines, and are useful in getting into shape...there are just better and more fun ways to go about them. I agree with the other viewer in that Sugar Ray Leonard and Jill Goodacre do not go well together and had trouble deciding who was leading the group. What I think was the worst part of the video, though, was that there was absolutely NO charisma. It didn't look like anybody really wanted to be there, or was having any fun at all. Sugar Ray has potential if he could get people who look alive and happy, and some better music and choreography. Put a little life into it for gosh sakes! At least the video was cheap...and now you know why. I would recommend Kathy Smith's Kickboxing, Taebo Basic, Kathy Smith's Aerobox, and even Denise Austin's Power Kickboxing tape (and she annoys me terribly) long before I would ever tell anyone to get this particular video. Good luck!
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Lots of bad things to share but know this: this workout is great for those low key days when your feeling the flu bug, the not so extreme flu bug that is. But, the sane person should opt for rest and water. Kindhearted control struggles exist between Sugar Ray and Jill Goodacre as giggling denotes it. Jill is incredibly monotone in her count downs and unenthusiastic but is in great shape-this in itself might motivate you. Cues are lacking; bad for the beginner and great for the expert who watches this again and again. And, the camera person lacks experience in fitness productions. The workout is slow-paced, flows enough and Sugar Ray is fun. It's okay-fine to borrow from the public library.
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i was going to sell this video in ebay,but since the reviews here are poor i'm not sure anyone would buy it. After seeing Billy Blanks success, I'm sure Sugar is wishing he spent more time at the drawing board. I'm not sure why Jill was in the video. Watched this video once and never felt the need to watch it again. A real sleeper. Go get Tae Bo. It's money better spent
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I was excited to try Boxout and thought it would be a great workout. I was sadly disappointed. Jill Goodacre and Sugar Ray Leonard don't compliment each other at all, but instead struggle over control of the workout. The video seems as if it was taped without much preparation or previous experience leading a workout (there are a lot of mistakes). Jill Goodacre has a serious problem with rhythm and counting which gets very annoying throughout the workout. Some of the moves are fun, but the overall workout is pretty boring and not very challenging. I would stronly recommend looking elsewhere for a good boxing workout.
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I have used this video for years (even bought another when I wore the first one out). I never really do the cardio section of it, usually pair this tape up with another to get my cardio in but I would recommend this video just for the abs/buns/legs section as it is great!
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