Gilad - Bodies in Motion 1000 Series VODRip x264 aac [MP4]
Size: 5.25 GB Type: eLearning
The 1000 series debuted in 1994 and consists of 20 episodes. That is 20 different workouts. You will never get bored.
We shot in 3 different locations during this season. First we went to Ulehawa Beach Park on the Waianae coast. The body of water in the background is Maile Cove. Then we traveled into the hustle and the bustle of Waikiki Beach where we were joined by lots of eager tourist types from several different countries. The third location was completely different. We went to Yokohama Beach which is just before Kaena Point and the beach is completely deserted. Just vast expanses of wide open sugar fine sand and picture-perfect surf.
There were lots of different interesting people involved this season. Of course there were our regulars, Gilad, Gilad's mother Ora, Trella, Kent, Felicia, Wendee and Bill. There are two other regulars that only appeared that year, Sharla and Doreen. Lian appeared in the 1100 series as well. Then there was Jim Karanas, Gilad's friend from the San Francisco area. He could eat more than any 2 other people we have ever known. He made a serious attempt to beat the Guiness world record for longest time a person has ever rowed on an indoor rowing machine. I can't remember the amount of time...but it was measured in days and hours. Another big fan came all the way from Slovenia to participate in the Waikiki shows. Her name was Barbara Vucovic and she was very attractive. Then there was Pat the Delta pilot and his son Ryan and Puppy, our super senior citizen that appeared in 6 of the 8 Waikiki Beach shows.
We didn't have too many animals on the show this season. The exception to this rule is the pig that shows up on Gilad's mat at Ulehawa Beach Park in show #1005. Some local kids were taking it for a walk on a leash.
The 1000 series is a must for the serious collector. The best part is that when you download the 1000 series you get 20 different complete workouts. Have fun with them.
Video; x264; 640*480 (4:3); 1500 kbps; 29.970 fps
Audio; aac; 160 kbps; 2 ch; 48.0 Khz