The Bartendaz burst onto the scene as positive role models for urban youth. The isometric exercises don’t require fancy equipment, a gym membership or any money whatsoever. And, they can be done anywhere!
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Host: Hello, do you all have some moves that you can show us. Male Speaker 1: Yes, ladies first. Good. Host: Not bad. Wow! Male Speaker 1: As you see, it's multiplying and multidimensional work. Host: So watch that movement. Yeah, you show some of your moves because-- Male Speaker 1: This is called the matrix multiplying, multi-speed. Female Host: That's unbelievable dude. Host: You know what? Let's prove to everyone like how hard this actually is. We're in pretty good shape, very good shape. I can't do it like you did. Male Speaker 1: I guess I want you to do. Female Host: Okay, so bring it. Let's see it. Male Speaker 1: Grab the bar, and when you come up I want you to pedal, and then hold and a reverse. Host: Okay. Will this hold both of us at once? Male Speaker 1: Yes, it will. This holds 350 pounds. Host: Can we get a little higher? This is so easy, this is very easy. Male Speaker 1: Alright, I told you to pedal. Oh, you got it, and then come back down. Add some push-ups. Host: You show us. Male Speaker 1: Come on. Host: Push up, these are all the things for you and anyone else. Male Speaker 1: You got five of those. You had to hold. Push a position first, you're going to do one push up and salute. One push up and salute. Those balance, push up and salute and then get a brush up those excuses, one more angle beautiful. We got that from Gillian. One knee down, one put at front, just look straight up, no pressure on your lower back. Host: Fantastic. Thank you. Female Host: Awesome man. Male Speaker 1: Thank you so much. Host: Thanks for doing it.

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