4 items from 2014
"...Billy uses his slimming and toning concepts of 'Tae Bo' toslim down your mid-section and help you to shed those inches.
"Lose the pounds you'e always wanted to get rid of with this DVD. Billy and the crew make it fun and motivating as they help you change your body for the better..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Billy Blanks: Taebo Live: Cardio Abs"...
- Michael Stevens
Tom Jolliffe digs deep into The Dusty VHS Corner for a trio of straight to video actioners featuring some of the biggest stars of the squared circle…
During the 80’s when the WWE was developing into the larger than life, sometimes cartoony drama that introduced the world to things like Hulkamania and story arcs straight out of soaps, to be one of the top wrestlers you needed presence, personality and showmanship. There were some strong personalities in the wrestling arena, and the immense popularity of Vince McMahon’s entertainment machine seemed to suggest that for a select few, the transition from wrestler to acting superstar could be an easy, and potentially lucrative one.
Long before Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson broke into movies and became the big box-office draw that he is today, a host of grapplers in years gone by have attempted the same, without hitting those heights. Arguably the »
- Gary Collinson
Bruce Lee’s short film career left a lasting impression on action cinema. His major breakout hit, Enter The Dragon, set the bar for the martial arts tournament film. When the 80’s rolled around the sub-genre was further popularized with the breakout success of Jean Claude Van Damme with Bloodsport, and then later, Kickboxer. These films seemed to find a willing audience on the big screen, but even more so, on video. These films also appealed to producers too. Unlike perhaps the Rambo style film and all the pyrotechnics and disposable war vehicles required, a good martial arts film could be shot for peanuts.
Step forward legendary low budget producer/director Roger Corman. The formula seemed simple. Pluck a martial arts expert from somewhere and have him fight his way through disposable opponents until fighting the imposing villain of the piece. »
- Gary Collinson
Fitness TV is now available to FilmOn viewers for free. Whether you’re an exercise buff or just someone who wants to lose a few extra pounds, Fitness TV will help you reach your goal. Fitness TV, part of Sky Channel, gives viewers complete access to television and lifestyle programming aimed at helping them live and feel healthier. Popular fitness coaches like Jillian Michaels and Billy Blanks give viewers the tools they need to lose weight and keep it off. Here’s more about Fitness TV: “Fitness TV launched in 2009 on Sky Channel 282 to address the lack of free, fun, fitness information available to everyone looking to make improvements to [ Read More ]
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4 items from 2014
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