KoBu Power Goes To School

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KoBu Power, the Weighted Aerobic Workout that could save your life, was introduced to the Delaware University Cheerleaders on August 22 at the Bob Carpenter Sports building in Newark, Delaware. Twenty four members of the team completed the master class and were also taught a few of the KoBu self-defense escape techniques by the founder of Kobu Power Michael Ray Graves.

Cheerleading is becoming one of the most popular activities among high school and colleges today. Both males and females now complete a functional competitive squad to perform amazing and exhilarating choreographed routines.

The KoBu Power Workout Master Class was well received with an energetic attitude by twenty four University of Delaware Cheerleaders on August 22 at the Bob Carpenter Sports Building.

Coaches introduce cardio strength training programs such as KoBu Power to their atheletes because it has become essential part of training in sports in obtaining the highest overall performance level of each individual of the team.The athletes embrace the new workouts to break the tension of their daily sport drills.

The coaches as well as the team especially enjoyed the instruction of KoBu Power's Bunkai (the self-defense escape techniques) by the founder of KoBu Power Michael Ray Graves. The Hip Hop music for the class was provided by James Bailey of Head First Management of Delaware and the workout also was filmed for a future KoBu Power DVD video release.

Some schools in the Tri-state area are presenting the KoBu Power Program for a 2005-2006 after school activity. Look for a future KoBu Power Workout in a school or health club near you.

KoBu Power was recently a feature article in the American Fitness Magazine and also aired on CBS Sunday Morning News with Bill Giest.

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