Sunday, June 28, 2009

New Home for Michael J Mc Sweeney's Tracklists

Update on Tracklists New Look One Location for Bodypump 12 - 58

This weekend I have completed a tracklist update for Bodypump by Michael J McSweeney. The site has a new look and feel I am in the process of moving them to www.blogforumsupport.com check out http://www.blogforumsupport.com/2008/bodypump2008.html for updates.

Thanking you all

Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Bodypump 70 - New Era the 70's

Went to the 1/4 May 08th and Bodypump 70 came my way. It is the begining of the 70's series of Bodypump. Seems like yeterday when we had Bodypump 20. That was about 10 years ago. Got trained in Bodypump 38 so this is mhy 54th Bodypump after my training release Bodypump 38.

This release reminds me of the old and good in Bodypump.

Awesome music in this release. Much controversy about certain aspects of this release. They are getting more technical and more involved in the exercises Glen has chosen for this release.

The main controvery is the chest track which to be honest is easy to understand and learn.

We have an excellent lunge track which reminds me of Bodypumps in the 30's series. It may be new to some but other like the old school remember the way we used to do lunges and squats back then. Will write something on that track in the coming days. This is the third Thunderstuck that has come my way we have it in the 20's series and the 40's (the best of) this one is by Hinder. Whom I have been following for a long time. It is a great variation on the other releases. Very different form the 40's one by AC/DC.

E-Type are back never get sick of this guy love his music and the track is really easy to learn.

I will in coming days write a review of this release.

Hope also you are enjoying the new track list site. I am doing one for the rest of the programs. They will be here soon. The next one is for RPM and then Body attack.

As said hope you like them.

As Mike said many times Pump Hard Train hard or Go Home :)

Monday, June 08, 2009


Updated tracklist site for Bodypump 70 (right click the link below to open it in a new window)


New look and feel.

It is a cool release will post a review of this release soon.

Easy release to learn / the choreography notes for this release are alot better than the last release Bodypump 69. As with all new things they will improve when they take the bugs out.

Tracklist for Bodypump 70

I am sorry that they are not here yet.

To own and operate this blog I am set by a number of conditions by Les Mills International in return they allow me to do what I do here.

I will not post the tracklists for each release until all the 1/4 are completed the tracklists will be updated this weekend.

New Tracklist Site

Coming up in a week or so a different tracklist site for Bodypump by Glen Ostergaard. From the current release back to 59. Another one will be done for Bodypump by Michael J McSweeney.

The tracklists for all other releases will also undergo a change as well.


Chest Track Bodypump 70

Lots of dramas out there regarding this track. Tried to say what I wanted to say but here goes.

There is a DVD and choreography notes that go along with the releases. They go into great detail about the releases and generally what you should do.

A classic example where translation seems to have gone astray.

The track has a hold at the top a small count with elbows bent. There is also in the coaching section of the release. Basically telling people why it is there.

Basically it is a static hold at the top it is a micro pause. It is there to accommodate a hold prior to the downward phase of the tracks next set of exercises. There is a application of load in the hold and this allows participants to hold at the top in a long downward loaded phase. It is a great training effect.

We have had holds in other releases like in squats and lunges the same principle also applies. The small hold at the top or bottom has a limited ATP objective and a micro-rest in the track. The other reason would be to allow loading of weight over a time to increase weight progression in the chest track.

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