Couples Resort Part 4
I know it’s been over a month since my last post about Jamaica. I was so excited and have been to share the experience my wife and I have enjoyed. Since the trip and my third blog post two tragedies have occurred and I just needed some time away from posting.
With that said here is Couples Resort Part 4, final post about the trip Jaime and I took to Couples Resort Tower Isle in Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
Part 11: Mystic Mountain
After our tour was completed at San Souci we met with our host and headed to Mystic Mountain. Once again when I hear certain words I immediately associate whatever that word is with the first thing to comes to mind. For example Rigorous is to fun, Beautiful is to my wife, Raging is to fun also and Mystic, well that isn’t a word that jumps right out and grabs my attention. When I think of Mystic I think of a minatour like creature in a magical world of lollipop flowers frolicking freely and playing with butterflies. I’m bad at assuming but I expected a sort of kiddie playground. Once again my assumptions made me look like a..well you know.
Before the trip we had heard about bobsledding in Jamaica! I know everyone has seen the inspirational movie “Cool Runnings” about the Jamaica Bobsled Team that made a surprise 29th place finish in the 1988 Winter Olympics. The movie wasn’t 100% accurate as we would later learn at Mystic Mountain. When we got their we were surrounded by a beautiful rain forest. We got our passes after doing a fun candid photo shoot(check out below).
We then told we were going to the top and head to the lift. This kind of threw me off for a second because they told us to pack tennis shoes so I expected to walk up a small hill and arrive at our destination. Yeah, if you haven’t noticed yet I’m wrong about a lot of things and Jaime can confirm that. We headed over to essentially what was a tree lift that would take use up a nice sized mountain over the jungle canopy while we enjoyed a bird’s eye view of the coastline. I have one recommendation for everyone though, use the restroom because it’s about a 15 minute ride to the top. It doesn’t seem to take that long because of the gorgeous view, but if you got to go, you go to go and that wouldn’t be fair to the people in the chairs descending the mountain.
When we got to the top we immediately walked into a nice little area that had displays of Jamaica’s history. It talked about everything from the pirates, the bobsled team and even the famous rum distilleries. I enjoyed reading the history and trying to see if I could taste test the rum. It didn’t work out as I thought it would because those in charge of Mystic Mountain are genius for gluing it to the stand and making it just out of my tippy toe reach.
After my failed attempt to taste test the rum we headed over to the attraction I had heard about and was eager to try out. We got there and they had individual cars with a hand brake. You could go individually or you could attach two cars together and the lead car would be the driver. Jaime and I chose the latter and I held a camera during our little trip. As we started off very slowly I lost some of the excitement I had before. I wanted to fly down the hill immediately. It didn’t take long for all that excitement and then some to come back. We took off and were hitting corners at full speed. If you watch the video below you will see and even here me grunt as we hit almost every corner. I say it again, you will hear me grunt, similar to war cry and nowhere close to a scream.
The ride finished and we enjoyed a nice ride back up the mountain. Once we departed the bobsled we headed over to the zip line tour. We were greeted by the staff and given our gear. They gave everyone a hair net, including me. It was awkward but at the same time you didn’t quite know who wore that helmet before or what grooming standards they maintained. After I sucked up my pride and got all geared up the tour guides took us down and got us started on the course.
I’ve been zip lining before so I wasn’t scared. We had some in the group who had never zip-lined and I will say that was probably the most enjoyable part. Don’t get me wrong, I had a blast but seeing grown women nervous and scream on a zip line was very entertaining. One really cool part about the zip line tour was they had an actual rappel set up. Most of you saw me on Stars Earn Stripes teach Laila how to rappel and know I am very competent in it. This one was set up differently and intended to be a straight drop down. They had a belay for safety of course but when they let go, they let go. I’d say a 25 foot straight drop that last nearly a second but was enough to get the blood flowing.
We finished our tour with another scenic ride down the Jungle Explorer and headed back to Tower Isle to get ready to really celebrate Jaime’s Birthday and Tower Isle’s 35th Anniversary.
Part 12: Anniversary Party and Where did my wife go?
Jaime and I arrived back at Tower Isle and had only a little while to get ready for the Anniversary party and her birthday. We finished getting dressed and headed up to the roof for cocktails. The roof isn’t a bar, they used the actual roof to set up an amazing appetizer, buffet and bar.
We arrived on the roof and they had a really awesome Reggae band playing. Once again, as we saw at, San Souci they had beautiful ice sculptures set up around the entire area.
When you peaked over the roof you were able to see the tables and stage, beautifully set down below waiting for dinner to be served. The chairs were carefully placed around an elegantly lit pool, creating a romantic atmosphere. I am well aware that I have used the word romantic many of times, but that’s because they are really good at what they do.
We finished our cocktails on the roof and headed down for dinner. They used their patio restaurant to set up the dinner buffet and once again Jaime and I were impressed. It was like dining at a 5 star restaurant, on the beach, and it was all you could eat. They had beef, chicken, duck, lamb and even sushi. I’m a huge fan of sushi and don’t just eat it from anywhere. I was skeptical like I normally am, but I still went for it. It was delicious! I went back for seconds and thirds.
After our amazing meal, we headed back up into the patio restaurant which had been successfully cleaned out and turned into a stage. They had another band playing live so we went in to check it out for a few, or for what I assumed would be a few. We met up with our host and I started chatting with them when I noticed Jaime had disappeared. Jaime does not drink by any means whatsoever. We never go out because of our responsibilities as parents so this was the one chance for Jaime to kick back, have a couple and have a good time. Well, let me tell you she did. As I was wondering where my wife was, the host pointed her out on the dance floor going beast mode. I mean she was dancing all by herself with a group of friends she had made and having a blast. You know that one Dane Cook skit where he states that when girls go to a club and just want to dance, they say “screw the guys”. This was that exact moment from the skit where Jaime must have been like, “Talon isn’t dancing so screw it because it’s my birthday!”
I want to make this clear about the whole dancing bit since it may appear to be a trend that I don’t actually do it. I do dance and did dance with my wife multiple times during our trip. I however just wanted to relax and have some fun conversations. Jaime danced well without me, and just like at San Souci, it was the talk of the resort.
Part 13: Our last day
Our last day isn’t anything too crazy to blog about. We went swimming had some drinks and hung out with some really amazing couples in the hot tub for about three hours. We enjoyed the beach and everything the resort had to offer.
After our nice day in the sun and in the hot tub we had a nice dinner at the Bayside restaurant. This wasn’t our first meal there but let me tell you it was just as delicious and just as impressive as the first time we ate there. The food was prepared perfectly along with the always amicable made for a special evening that my wife and I could share with each other before heading back to our daily routine in California.
The next morning we woke up and got a nice couples massage at the Oasis Spa which is absolutely gorgeous. We finished packing out bags, and headed down to the bus to make our long trip home.
Part 14: Overall stay
Jaime and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Couples Resort Tower Isle and are saving money for a return visit in the near future. I just want to give you all some facts as to why we absolutely loved the resort.
-The resorts is truly all inclusive with no hidden fees. There is also a no tipping policy so what you see is what you pay.
-The room was very nice, nothing spectacular but best describe as comfortable. It was always clean with fresh towels and the mini bar was constantly stocked with anything we asked for.
-The room service was fast most of the time arriving to the room in under 10 minutes with exception of breakfast rush. The all-inclusive alcoholic drinks is awesome but can you leave you wanting breakfast in bed rather than wanting to walk down to the buffet.
-The staff was friendly and always willing to help you with whatever you needed. Very polite and knowledgable going the extra mile to make you feel special.
-The beach was kept clean and the resort offered many fun adventures free of charge including a catamaran cruise, discover scuba diving, snorkeling and more.
-The food was delicious despite might you may assume from an all-inclusive resort. It was like I was eating at a 5 star restaurant.
I hope you all enjoyed the blog and if you get a chance, save up and take a vacation with your spouse. It’s good to always reconnect, relax and spend time stress free with person you love most in the world!
A parting story:
Jaime and I were enjoying a cocktail on the balcony when we had a surprise call from Hobson (my mother in law) and our daughter. Sienna was being super cute and being the proud father that I am leaned over the closest person and said that’s my daughter as my wife put the camera on the random gentleman. The gentleman waved bye before the wife and I hung up the call. He complimented our daughter and then shared about his family and experience as a father. This is when I got a surprise. One of our host came over and introduced the man, who that second I would find out is one of the owners of the Couples Resorts. I was shocked and let me tell you why. I have met a lot of successful people in my life through my travels and adventures. Based on the amount of success certain individuals carry themself in a way that can be very uninviting. They use their success as sort of an entitlement if not a way to establish dominance over you. They want you to know all about it and aren’t afraid to show it. I’m sure all of you have met someone like this. Anyways, to my point, this gentleman WAS NOT like that at all. He didn’t know who I was at before he looked at my daughter on skype and waved. He was a very warm, inviting, polite individual without a hint of any ego. It was refreshing to meet someone as successful as him who was sincere in caring, even for just a second about someone he had never met before. It wasn’t just us who he treated this way, it was every individual he encountered. That says a lot about someone and the level of service and treatment you receive is a direct reflection of leadership of the owners.
Jamaica – Part 3/4
Part 8: Couples Resort Sans Souci 7th Anniversary Masquerade
After my first day of diving Jaime and I headed to the masquerade ball to celebrate the 7th Anniversary of Couples Resort San Souci. San Souci is a property down the road from Tower Isle. San Souci is French for “no worries” and it was a very fitting name. They masquerade ball had a Venetian theme that we would later learn was inspired by the company that was hired from Italy to come over and renovate the hotel. They have a world renowned Casanova Restaraunt and a very famous Balloon bar that still boast their original name and design.
For all you men out there, you have to admit a masquerade ball isn’t something that you would normally jump and scream about attending. It would be one of those events to please the wife hoping to earn some brownie points to get yourself of the dog house. If you are a young man reading this, and think having to work for brownie points ceases after you’re married, you couldn’t be more wrong. You will actually work harder for them because you find yourself taking a stroll to the dog house on daily basis. Maybe I’m only talking about myself but just saying.
Anyways, we stepped out of the van and were greeted by two women wearing beautiful hand crafted mask from Italy. They were handing out masquerade masks and I was instantly sad that I got the same one as my wife, but only for a second. I was thankful just to be able to attend my first masquerade.
Told you we had the same mask!
Then we entered the balcony that led down to the pool that would be the location for appetizers, cocktails and entertainment. I don’t think any words can truthfully describe how elegant the place was decorated. They have beautiful ice sculptures and pictures all around the balcony and pool deck with the perfect lighting that set a romantic atmosphere to share with your loved one.
We enjoyed our cocktails and appetizers on the pool deck as we watched the Jamaican synchronized Swimming team perform in the pool. They weren’t that synchronized but put on a nice performance. The individual performers did amazing, they just had a little trouble when all four were going at it. I am not hating, because although I can swim, I know for a fact I couldn’t be synchronized with anyone and most likely would have hurt myself trying. Believe me, it looked difficult and I have a rule when it comes to things like this. If you can’t do it, don’t hate.
Part 9: Dinner and Surrender
After an hour or so of enjoying the romantic ambience, cocktails and several conversations with newlyweds and couples who were celebrating over 20 years of marriage alike we headed down towards the beach. When we got to the bottom of the stairs I was shocked to see a breath taking set up. The lawn was set up with tables all over, a buffet line to the left and stage was placed at the front. This was the place where the real party began. After Jaime and I got our food we sat down and enjoyed our meal to live music from local bands. This is where things got kind of crazy. A very famous Caribbean artist named Tami Chynn took the stage and invited all the “diva’s” up to dance. Of course, I made Jaime go up… well because she is a diva! I’m probably going to pay for the last fact I just posted but it was totally worth it. Jaime danced beautifully of course and enjoyed herself.
The next part caught me off guard but she called all the gentleman to stage whose beautiful women were dancing. I don’t remember if that is the exact order it happened but I remember going on stage thinking that I was going to get to dance with Jaime first. Boy, was I wrong! She said she wanted to dance with all the handsome men on stage. I looked at Jaime and told her “No way, I will not dance in front of everyone.” I’m sure every man on stage made that same statement and not because Ms. Chynn was unattractive, but because she was beautiful. The invitation was like bait in my eyes. Sure my wife is telling me it’s okay to dance with her because she wants to show how cool she is when in fact she is testing me to see if I will actually do it. If I were to do it, boy would I be in trouble, but if I didn’t than maybe I would score a few more brownie points. Well, I must have over thought that entire situation because Jaime literally pushed me up there. Ms. Chynn made me introduce myself and then we started dancing as she sung. I spun her a few times being sure to keep my distance. Even though Jaime pushed me up there, I knew that it wasn’t permission to go get all crazy. So just about the time I’m getting comfortable dancing Ms. Chynn goes, “now this is how we dance in Jamaica” and turns her back to me and gets relatively close. That was game over for me. I immediately put my hands in the air as if to surrender and pointed to my wife. I don’t quite know if every man would have handled that situation the same but I knew better. Ms. Chynn in no way shape or form was attempting to fully grind on me or dance inappropriately. I know my wife didn’t perceive it that way, but to me the only women that I will dance with in that manner, even with the amount of distance between us, is my wife. Ms. Chynn got a nice laugh out of it, as did everyone in the crowd and pulled my wife over. I was immediately relieved as Jaime and I began to dance as we normally do. We finished the dance to the song but what we didn’t know is that we would be labeled the “dirty dancers” by some couples who were watching us get our boogey on.
Ms.Chynn trying to show me how to dance “Jamaica” style”
Dancing with my wife after a near death experience
The evening carried on as Jaime and I danced a couple of more times. The music, food and company we shared were great. I have to admit that my first masquerade party was a great one. The work the staff put into was unbelievable and truly made for an experience that I will never forget. This wouldn’t be the last anniversary party I had the opportunity to celebrate. The next night was the 35th Anniversary of Couples Resort Tower Isle and Jaime’s birthday. It sounds like a dangerous combination, because it was.
Part 10: Couples San Souci
Jaime and I woke up the next morning, her quicker than I full of excitement. It was her 24th Birthday and she was in Jamaica. I can’t tell you how many times she said “Talon, guess what?” and I of course to humor her would say “What?” She would then say “It’s my birthday” at least four times while jumping up and down.
Later that afternoon we headed over to Couples San Souci for a little tour of the premise so we could see the entire property and not just the area where we enjoyed the masquerade party. We arrived and started our tour and immediately you could tell this property had an entirely different personality than Couples Resort Tower Isle. Speaking to several of the repeat guests who have visited all of the resorts confirmed our beliefs about just how different the atmosphere at each of the properties were. San Souci seemed to be a more romantic, relaxed resort than Tower Isle. The reason I say that is because of how more spread out the resort is and all the small little areas that you can sneak off to and be away enjoying the view with your loved one.
There we witnessed beautiful huts nestled in the side of the cliff surrounded by the natural habitat where couples could be massaged. We learned about Charlie’s Spa who offered these massages and how it was named after a Green Sea Turtle who was rescued off the beach after the hurricane who she was named for. She was placed in the mineral spring and lived there for over 58 years. Her shell still hangs over the mineral spring with a memorial plaque in her honor. The mineral spring she lived in supplies water to a pool near by and individuals can enjoy a swim in it.
We then met a parrot by their veggie bar who did not like Jaime and I. The bird was absolutely beautiful and we enjoyed getting our picture taken with her. We also learned that in two previous bond movies had been filmed there. “Live and Let Die” starring Roger Moore and “Dr. No” starring none of than the great Sean Connery. The hotel even has a Roger Moore suite that you can rent out.
The property offered multiple pools including one with a swim up bar and all the same activities as Tower Isle. It was beautiful. I found it interesting that they had a catch and return fishing lake on the property inhabited by a lot of turtles and a blind duck. You all know me by now, and I couldn’t resist making jokes at the ducks expense.
During this tour something interesting happened to Jaime as we briefly toured their Sunset Beach. This happens to also be the au naturale area of the property and this time they walked us straight onto it. I’m sure you know where this is going haha. So Jaime and I walk on the property and the tour guide is immune to what is happening in front of us. My eye sight isn’t so great but I could make out a gentleman on a beach chair facing our direction with his leg up. Jaime’s eye sight is just fine and she wasn’t spared from that sight. This is in no way meant to be derogatory towards anyone. If that’s your thing, more power to you, but when you are seventy years old and letting it hang free (as Jaime could tell you) it isn’t a sight anyone is begging to see. Thank God I forgot my glasses and contacts. I digress..
We finished the tour shortly after Jaime’s eyes were violated and then headed to lunch at one of the resorts restaurants. When they tell you a resort is all inclusive, they mean it! I must have gone back for 3 servings of their Jerk Chicken Enchiladas and Pot Roast. They were both cooked to perfection and tasted amazing.
I must tell you the property is very beautiful. Beyond walking the property I don’t know what it’s like to stay there. Just as everyone raves about Tower Isle, those we would speak to the following day who were blessed enough to stay on San Souci, highly recommended it.
Jamaica – Part Deuce
Part 6: Orientation and the rest of the Resort
This is one of the four restaurants Couples Resort Tower Isle has to offer! At night they have live music and dancing here!
I am not big on going to hotel orientations. Once again it seems like a very awkward thing where they ask you who you are and all the ice breaker type stuff with people you know nothing about. This happened to not be the case! They kept it brief and simple and kept it about educating you on all the activities and opportunities the resort offered. Just in case you were curious the resort has 4 restraunts, 4 bars to grab alcoholic beverages, including a swim up bar and a 5th bar, the Veggie bar for smoothies and healthy snacks. Although I will say I didn’t eat anything close to healthy, I thoroughly enjoyed the tasty Sweet potato chips. I would say they even beat out those amazing banana chips that you get at Porto’s in Burbank, CA
The resort in the morning as the sun rises! It’s beautiful!
Part 7: Discover Scuba Diving
I have had the opportunity many of times to get my PADI Open Water certification but consistently procrastinated. My dad has urged me for a long time, including when I was stationed in Okinawa, Japan but I always found an excuse not to do it. As a result of my stubbornness I missed diving in Thailand, the Phillipines, Guam, Hawaii and Singapore. You divers out there know that those locations happen to boast some of the most beautiful and best diving locations in the world. Unless I become a movie star I will most likely not have the chance to dive those locations again. After seeing the water in Jamaica and having the opportunity to finally dive I was not going to let it pass. I went to the dive shop and Douglas, the main instructor worked out a schedule with me to make it happen. The first day we did all the basic skill work in the pool and then headed out for our first dive.
I have to admit that although I am super comfortable in the water, I was nervous for my first dive. I’ve been down deep free diving in Okinawa and even accompanied a friend down to 40 feet on a breath hold in an attempt to spear a white tip reef shark. Bad idea because that shark we thought was only about three feet ended up being about 5 and was really pissed off. Anyways, as I descended down to depth all the nervousness went away. It came pretty easy to me and I immediately fell in love with the experience. During my first dive, I did have a kind of gut check. As we rounded one of the reefs I was all about 5 feet away from a barracuda. At first I had a response that anyone would have, “Wow, that’s an awesome barracuda” and then it sort of hit me. “Dude, that’s a barracuda and it’s looking right at me like I’m lunch”. I stayed calm and as it goes for most sea life it won’t bother you, if you’d bother it. If it did try and eat me though, I fully planned on punching it in the nose just like you would a shark.
The rest of my three dives would be just as amazing. My final two dives I will always remember though because that’s when I dove a sunken World War 2 minesweeper. It was sunk for tourism several years ago and wasn’t lost in combat, however that didn’t take away from the experience. We weren’t allowed to go explore inside the wreckage. It took all of my discipline not to go in there and take a look at what creatures could have hanging out inside, so kudos to me for actually following rules. If you do happen to go to Tower Isle or any of the Couples Resorts I recommend you take advantage of their diving. You get 1 dive for free on the resort as a part of the Discover Scuba Diving Program and if you do want to get Scuba Diver or Open Water certified through PADI, they also have those programs for prices you won’t see in the states and I’m guessing anywhere in the world.
Diving sunken World War 2 Minesweeper! Yes, that is the Captain Morgan pose!
Trip to Jamaica
Part 1: It’s time for a vacation
For those of you who have followed me from the show you know that my life has been pretty busy. My wife and I welcomed our perfect little angel Sienna into this world in June and have been non-stop. For anyone with kids of their own you can relate. Your entire world is dedicated to taking care of family. Their wants and needs are put before yours and all you men know that if the wife isn’t happy nobody is. With that in mind it’s easy to forget that every once in a while you need to take some time to yourself and not feel bad about it. On a daily basis that could be simply watching your favorite television show for an hour or if you’re like me you just work out. Sometimes it takes a change of pace and a break in the normal routine to just rest, relax and recharge. Jaime and I decided that we needed that.
Part 2: Couples Resorts aren’t just for the older folks!
When Couples Resort was first mentioned the first thing that came to mind was a place that catered to older couples that would have cheesy pre-planned activities attempting to awkwardly force a romantic situation. The movie Couples Retreat with Vince Vaughn may have contributed to some of my initial assumptions that made me slightly hesitant to commit. Most of those pre-conceived notions were quickly dismissed when I took one look at the website. Maybe not every single one of them, but one look at the place and I just had to visit there. I continued to collect Intel on the place and the more I discovered the more excited I became about visiting there.
Part 3: Jaime and Talon Smith – That’s us!
Jamie and I arrived in Montego Bay, Jamaica in the afternoon after about 9 ½ hours of flying. We had a 3 hour lay over so it wasn’t a bad flight and considering we were flying from Los Angeles, 6 hours isn’t so bad.
When we landed we were greeted by Club Mobay VIP services! We didn’t know what it was at first, and it was kind of awkward seeing our name on sign but we soon came to love it! They escorted us quickly through customs and got us the Couples Resort lounge! As soon as we got there they took our bags and escorted us to the bar where we got an ice cold Red Stripe. The bartender was super friendly and within 20 minutes we were on our way to Couples Resort Tower Isle in Ocho Rios( which is about 2 hours East of the airport)!
I have to admit that when they said we were going to have a 2 hour drive I was not excited at all, especially after all that flying. We got in the van and headed East. The driver had us listening to Reggae music and I have to tell you that the drive was not bad at all. The drive followed the coast the entire way it was gorgeous! It made the two hours go by a lot faster and was super relaxing.
Part 4: Arrival and Toilet Paper
We finally arrived at Couples Resort Tower Isle and were greeted by a guitar player singing Reggae and a nice cold towel! It was just what we needed! The service was great at the front desk and we made our way to the room. When we got there I was absolutely in awe! We walked in the room was and it was nice, but a few things stood out that set it aside from any standard hotel or resort I had every visited before! First, there were towels that were folded on the bed that made a heart! It was a simple gesture but would set the tone for the experience. The view was the next thing that caught my attention. Through the double doors was a gorgeous ocean view. I literally sat on the balcony and just embraced it. It was almost at that instant I was able to relax, listen to the ocean and just forget whatever stress or worries I had back at home. I didn’t forget about my little girl though, but the small things that you sometimes let get to you, I just let go. After those little pleasantries I figured that was all the room had to offer and then I went to the bathroom. This is where it might get weird, but as I was reaching for the toilet paper I saw that it was beautifully ruffled. Maybe I am simple minded but wow, it blew my mind. They went the extra mile to fluff the toilet paper! I almost didn’t want to use it because it was that awesome. Low and behold that isn’t all that was awesome in the bathroom. The tissues were fluffed too. I was so excited but in a way sad to use those little pieces of paper that were so elegantly manipulated.
Part 5: The Island
After exploring the room and fully appreciating the artistic ability of whoever elegantly folded and fluffed the toilet paper it was time for me to explore the resort and attend one of their two daily orientations. I walked outside and it was absolutely breath taking! The Resort is called Tower Isle because of the island about 200-300m offshore that has a tower on it. I was very curious about going to the island and exploring until I learned that it was an au naturel beach. When I was 19 and carefree I would have swam out there and gone buck wild, but now as a father, husband and 1000X more conservative, there was no way I was going to hang out in the wind. If rocking a birthday suit to avoid tan lines is your thing than definitely take advantage of the opportunity. In case you can’t swim they have a shuttle that runs back and forth until 5pm. One young man in a wedding party did actually swim out there at 1 a.m. or so I am told and hung out with a bottle of champagne and not much else. I give a bravo to that guy and thank God because drunk night swimming isn’t the best idea. I may or may not know from experience.
Happy Veteran’s Day!
First and foremost I want to say Happy Veteran’s Day! My family has a long history of serving this great nation and am very honored to have the privilege of serving as well. I hope everyone enjoys today and remembers why we are able to enjoy our freedoms. If you see a vet give them thanks! Here is an awesome video I found and thought I would share. I understand it is slightly cheesy at some points but the morals and principles are spot on.
Next I wanted to tell you the website is getting a whole new make over to include new content and videos!I am waiting on audio gear to arrive next week. My goal is put out a quality product and we can all agree that distorted or low audio is a huge no no! These videos will start everyone from day 1 and continue to progress everyone so that they are capable of doing any workout that is thrown at them.
Thank everyone for your patience. I have had to hold back a few times because I want to give a quality product and not something that is rushed too quickly. I think you all will appreciate it more!
I hope everyone is enjoying Veteran’s Day! God Bless!