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Billy’s Bootcamp Elite – Mission One – Get Started


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  • Billy’s Bootcamp Elite Mission 1 – (DVD)
  • Language: : English
  • Package Dimensions : 18.03 x 13.76 x 1.48 cm; 81.65 Grams
  • Media Format : DVD
  • Release date : December 5, 2006
  • Run time : 43 minutes
  • Number of discs : 1
  • DVD Condition: Used – Very Good

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Billy’s Bootcamp Elite

Fitness expert Billy’s BOOTCAMP ELITE series kicks off with MISSION ONE, GET STARTED.

In this DVD, Billy Blanks goes over the fundamentals of his proven fitness regime designed to burn fat, increase strength, tone and sculpt the body.

MISSION ONE is a straightforward instructional DVD that will reveal untold rewards in personal fitness. Source: Publisher


About the creator of Billy’s Bootcamp Elite

The Tae Bo is a fitness program created by Billy Wayne Blanks, a U.S. fitness guru, martial artist, and actor.

His martial arts career started at the age of eleven when he enrolled in Karate and Taekwondo classes.


He had hip problems as a child. Blanks experienced taunts from his siblings and told he couldn’t accomplish much. He eventually turned to karate. After seeing Bruce Lee on TV, he vowed to become a world martial-arts champion.


Blanks was the bodyguard for Catherine Bach during 1988’s film Driving Force, filmed in Manila during political unrest. He impressed the producers and got a supporting acting role in the movie.

In 1992, Blanks played a doomed professional football player in Tony Scott’s The Last Boy Scout. Also, that year Blanks starred in Ashley Judd’s Kiss the Girls.


Blanks created the Tae Bo workout while running a karate studio in Quincy, Massachusetts. He incorporated elements of his martial arts training and his boxing training. The name Tae Bo comes from the Korean word tae bo.


He opened a fitness centre in Los Angeles to teach his new workout.

In addition to celebrities like Paula Abdul, Blanks’ workout quickly gained popularity and emerged as a pop culture phenomenon after he began releasing mass-marketed videos.

According to his industry report, he earned between $80 million and $130 million from his first year of selling VHS tapes.


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