At a street fair twelve or so years ago I bought fitness instructor Tamilee Webb's 1991 workout video ABS OF STEEL. It was a whim I didn't regret, as ABS OF STEEL's exercise routines improved my health, but as I often played it the cassette tape wore out every several years. One or two years back I replaced my ABS OF STEEL videotape for the second time.
Before the ABS OF STEEL tape becomes a hard-to-find collector's item, Tamilee Webb has reissued that and two other of her popular 1990s exercise titles, BUNS OF STEEL THREE and ARMS & ABS OF STEEL, on D.V.D., naming the package THE CLASSIC BUNS OF STEEL COLLECTION, VOLUME ONE.
The convenience and durability of a D.V.D., especially with THE CLASSIC BUNS OF STEEL COLLECTION, VOLUME ONE's reasonable price, made it an easy decision to buy, just to have a copy of ABS OF STEEL that would last. Viewing Tamilee Webb's BUNS OF STEEL THREE and ARMS & ABS OF STEEL for the first time, the latter looks worth adding to my morning exercise routine. However, according to what I've read on Ms. Webb's web site - Or should that be a Webb site? - BUNS OF STEEL THREE is the most well-received workout production she's done.
As if to say, "That was then, this is WOW," Tamilee Webb adds what she calls "challenge segments" to each of the three CLASSIC BUNS OF STEEL COLLECTION, VOLUME ONE titles. While the original videos reissued here play in the background, Ms. Webb demonstrates how to make certain exercise moves more demanding, should you wish. You will note that while Tamilee Webb's aged nineteen years since the two oldest of these three workout videos, BUNS OF STEEL THREE and ABS OF STEEL, came out, the way she looks now proves middle age does not have to apply to your middle.
For enduring fitness in an enduring format, buy the D.V.D. THE CLASSIC BUNS OF STEEL COLLECTION, VOLUME ONE.