Get extreme! Take your workouts to the next level with the Urban Rebounding Extreme Metabolic Training - 13 DVD Set. These are some of the most fun and challenging workouts ever created! 7 top instructors lead 90 workout programs, some using a mini-trampoline (not included). About Urban Group ExerciseJB Berns, whom Fitness Magazine called one of America's Top Personal Trainers, created Urban Group exercise to bring efficient exercise and health awareness to homes nationwide.
In 2013, Mt. Fuji became a World Heritage Site. Japan's highest peak is riddled with great mysteries and the unknown. The key to unraveling these is a drop of water. Mt. Fuji has always been special to the Japanese. In our program, we'll look at the mystery surrounding it.
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, A Silver Mt. Zion (just one of its many names) came to life in 1999 as a project for Godspeed You! Black Emperor member Efrim Menuck in his attempt to learn to score music. The original idea was pushed aside, and the project would go on to become a group setting, and was more in touch with the idea of the organic growth and exploration of music than the heavily composed and arranged theoretical work of Godspeed. Inspired to record an album of the music that had been made, Menuck built up the first version of A Silver Mt. Zion, taking on violinist Sophie Trudeau and bassist Thierry Amar, both known as collaborators in the Godspeed family. The band made its live debut in 1999 and released its first album, He Has Left Us Alone But Shafts of Light Sometimes Grace the Corner of Our Rooms…, on Constellation in 2000. Still known as A Silver Mt. Zion, the band expanded its membership in 2000 – adding cellist Beckie Foon, guitarist Ian Ilavsky, and violinist Jessica Moss – which led to the first of many name changes.
One of the most violent natural disasters of our time, the colossal eruption of Mt. St. Helens in 1980 blasted away an entire mountainside. Over 200 square miles of pristine forest were buried under millions of tons of lava, ash, mud, and avalanche debris. How could life ever return to this barren moonscape? A lone ecologist, Charlie Crisafulli, spent months in the blast zone and was astonished and puzzled by how quickly plants and animals colonized the wasteland. In this program, stunning cinematography and time-lapse photography trace the dramatic story of how Crisafulli witnessed life's return and figured out the puzzle. Now another question arises: How soon could another catastrophic eruption occur?